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Archive for October, 2011
By David Leo
North London may not be as busy and well known amongst visitors as the city centre and the West End, but it’s still a popular destination for Barnet taxis; there are many people living in this borough who need to commute into town on a daily basis. Living out of town but within easy travelling distance gives you the best of both worlds; the property prices are lower, and residents are afforded some peace and quiet. This is ideal for those who prefer not to be in the thick of the hustle and bustle. City life is very demanding, with a fast pace and a constant buzz; some thrive off this, but for others it can all become a bit too much.
For people who want the benefits of working in the city but prefer to live out of town, taxis in Barnet are a great solution. You can make a booking at any time of day or night, so it’s very convenient for those working long or unsociable hours. Anyone who knows the area will be able to tell you how difficult it is to find public transport at night; there are some buses that run throughout the night, but the tube stops after midnight until about 6am. A Barnet minicab can collect you from your door regardless of the hour. During the daytime, the London Underground is a fast way to get into the city; the Northern Line runs from High Barnet station to Kings Cross and Bank (to name just a couple of stops on the line).
Although there are not many famous landmarks or attractions in this London Borough, it is a pull for aviation buffs due to the local situation of Hendon Aerodrome. This is known as the birthplace of aviation in Britain and is now home to the RAF Museum, where you can see 70 aircraft up close in all their glory. » Read more: High Barnet Station to Kings Cross