Back of The Regal



This is the back of our local Wetherspoons (in Cambridge called The Regal). It’s quite an unusual structure, and offers excellent shelter in several ways: it removes you from the reputedly potentially violent customers inside, it means you have far less noise, as this backs on to a side-road next to a university building, the road having no exit at one end, and it has the most remarkable-looking structure for shelter from rain (when you’re on the upper level, that is, as you can see). I drank a half pint of Abbot Ale, and given that I’ve reviewed it before, I won’t again. I also enjoyed playing with my new phone’s application that shows me the stars, the planets and most other celestial bodies, no matter even if it’s cloudy. What fun times…

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Paul studied computer science and theoretical physics for his degree from Trinity College, Cambridge and later did post-graduate studies in International Finance. He is a concert-grade classical pianist and likes to play Rachmaninov. He reads so long as the book is interesting, and never if it isn't (even if it's on his academic course) and does crosswords when he’s not socializing, and often even when he is. He maintains a keen interest in mentalism (think 'Derren Brown') to the point of researching enough for a book or two, and is currently starting a company that he hopes will be as stimulating a challenge in the coming years as he's found it so far. He also gives the company permission to make him insanely wealthy in the process.


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