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Need some info!!!

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Whats up? Heading to London until July 1 and living near Covent Garden, need the some info:

Looking for some clubs with real beer/European and American ladies. It would be great to know some good restaurants in the area. I don't want to eat hagis, boiled oats and kidney pie every day. AND no other wierd ethnic food.

Also, in about 2 weeks I will need to move from my hotel to an apartment. I definately need a shower and at least one bedroom. Budget is about $1800 per month. No idea of any rental agencies so that would be good. Hopefully that will buy me something better than the average Mr. Bean studio. Laundry facilities would be a nice bonus.

Unfortunately I will have to ride the tube and won't be driving, so proximity to a station is a must.

Also, a list of things to do in London other than the normal hohum touristy stuff. Not into castles or kitchy bridges and churches. Wouldn't mind renting a decent boat with some power and checking out some clubs on the river if there are any.

Rock on..

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