If you could go back in time to visit any pub in history, where would you go? I know where I would.
Posts about Pubs
When it comes to shopping, the internet has changed the world a lot. No more do you need to wander aimlessly round shopping malls and high streets. Rare goods can be purchased from specialist retailers based around the world. Just click the mouse and get it delivered straight to your. Well unless you're out when it arrives...
When I lived in Ealing and wanted to go to the pub, the discussion between meself and Catherine usually went 'Pub?' 'Yeah. Go on then.' Then we'd leave the house. Near six years in Merton and the conversation still goes "'Pub?" "Yeah. Which one?'
A brewery? In Ulverston? I pondered this for a short time as my research before arriving hadn't mentioned anything of the sort. It was then that I suddenly thought... could it be Hartley's?
In 2000 Catherine and myself visited Dungeon Ghyll, and we'd been told by her dad that we had to pop into one of the pubs in the area - the Old Dungeon Ghyll. Back then I wasn't that impressed. Nine years on, I was going to revisit...
It's our final stop on the London pub tour as we arrive in Borough.
More of Capital's top pubs - this time those in the City of London.
I couldn't really finish this series of "10 Years in London" blog posts without talking about something I probably do most of out of all the leisure opportunities available. Go to the pub.
In the third of the series, it's time for the community pub with a great feel to it - the Princess.
We've been to the Sultan - now it's time for another real ale mecca. Swift half in the Traf anyone?