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Gillian Searl  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Member (2004)
German to English
Around 5-ish, in central London Jan 25, 2002

Is my suggestion. I don't have any special preferences - maybe a Starbucks? They're usually fairly relaxed.

 

Ana Luiza Iaria  Identity Verified
Local time: 09:45
English to Portuguese
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Around 1ish.... central London Jan 28, 2002

I suggest lunchtime, since many live outside London and depend on trains, etc. Could be at any Cafe Flo, Cafe Uno, since they are open all day and won't rush us out.

 

Barbara Schulten, MSc (OXON), DPSI
United Kingdom
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English to German
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around 1ish... National Gallery, cafe? Feb 10, 2002

I suggest lunchtime as well and agree with Ana. What about the cafe in the National Gallery? They have an additional room, which might give us a bit more privacy? I am not sure whether they rent this one out, though.

 

abborre
Denmark
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Lunchtime???? Feb 10, 2002

After work would suit those who have full time jobs and translate as well, either that or a weekend at the national gallery?!

 

Gillian Searl  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:45
Member (2004)
German to English
Lunchtime is fine Feb 11, 2002

16th March is a Saturday so let's do lunchtime.

 

Cristina Fisher
United Kingdom
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Spanish to Italian
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Sounds OK! Feb 11, 2002

I think it's fine. It might get a bit busy there on a Saturday, but which room did you suggest?

 

ASA  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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lunchtime probably better as there will be quite a few people travellling to London (e.g. me!) Feb 11, 2002



 

Barbara Schulten, MSc (OXON), DPSI
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:45
English to German
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room in National Gallery Feb 11, 2002

I also have to come into London by tube, that's why I suggested this room since the next tube station is at Trafalgar Square just opposite the Gallery. I meant the first room in the basement when entering the building via the main entrance. I am not sure whether they also might rent out a room or have an additional room, which we could have just for us. Perhaps someone could call them?

 

Eva Malkki  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 11:45
Finnish to English
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What day Feb 18, 2002

So what is the actual date we are discussing? Who came up with 16 March - why a Saturday?

 

Gillian Searl  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:45
Member (2004)
German to English
I guess ... Feb 18, 2002

it was Annabel - her name's at the top of the list. I think Saturday is good for everyone because of people who'll be travelling in to London. I wouldn't want to do it on a week day. As for March 16th - I think we should keep it at that now as everyone knows it and it's far enough in advance to plan ahead. Did anyone call the National Gallery yet?

 

Elytte
Local time: 09:45
English to French
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Lauretta Feb 20, 2002



 

IlonaT  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:45
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Sounds OK Feb 28, 2002

The National Gallery and the 16th are fine with me.

 

Kristina Wolf  Identity Verified
Australia
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Spanish to German
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Lost in London Mar 1, 2002

I am not very familiar with London. So if I get to London with the bus and get out at Marble Arch, how do I best get to the National Gallery, i.e. which tube line?

 

Gillian Hargreaves  Identity Verified
Local time: 09:45
Member (2007)
French to English
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Lost in London Mar 1, 2002

From Marble Arch, either walk along Oxford Street to Bond Street and take the Jubilee line southbound from there to Charing Cross (2 stops). Alternatively, take the Central Line eastbound from Marble Arch one stop to Bond Street and change to the Jubilee line there. At Charing Cross, consult the local map that will be posted somewhere near the exit to find out how to walk to the National Gallery.

 

Marina Rich  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Member (2013)
English to Russian
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NG sounds fine for me Mar 1, 2002

thoer cafe is rather small, though. Are we sure there is enough space for us all? And what time?

 
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