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Christmas Shopping

bethere2day -A couple were Christmas shopping on Christmas Eve and the whole place was heaving, packed with other last minute shoppers. Walking through the shopping centre the surprised wife looked up […]Christmas Shopping...

The Pig and Butcher

The Perfect Roast. Prepare yourselves. Apparently England is about to encounter its longest winter in history. Do not fear .. (well, fear a little bit) .. because one thing that London will offer like no other place can, is an abundance of cosy...
by The Little Brown Book on Dec 2, 2013

The Intelligent Side Of Rory 2318

Rory got the performing itch, and asked Keith and John, if there were any clubs in town where he could play. In a matter of minutes, John had set him up at a small club called Stu’s, in Perth. “It’s a docile joint, but Stu would be...
by Scragg Man on Dec 1, 2013

The Britophile Diaries: Chester -- There and Back Again

Since coming to the UK I have had the privilege of visiting the city of Chester twice, once in May and once in October. Here is the journal of my experiences: May 4, 2013  Saturday means sleeping in--unless you're supposed to be getting ready f...
by Picture Britain on Nov 29, 2013

Ireland’s Ring of Kerry and Kenmare

Finishing up the Ireland road trip series, the last stop on our itinerary was The Ring of Kerry, with an overnight in the darling town of Kenmare. Kenmare - the jewel of the Ring of Kerry Ireland is one long scenic drive, and the infamous Ring of K...
by The Traveluster on Nov 19, 2013

A traditional Scottish Pub in Kingston, Ontario: Sir John’s Public House

There is no better way to learn more about the history of a city than going to a local pub! Sir John’s Public House is a very popular landmark in downtown Kingston. The building it currently occupies used to be … Continue reading →...
by Traveller Soul on Oct 25, 2013

Dublin: Five Things in Two Days

Any trip to Ireland will likely start in Dublin. Here are some of the highlights we jumped on in the two days we were there: 1) Take in the architecture and ambiance of the old European town on a self-guided city walking tour. 2) Visit St. Patrick...
by The Traveluster on Oct 4, 2013

Why Ireland is the Ultimate Girls Trip Destination

During the summer of 2009, a couple of friends and I decided to take a girls trip to Ireland. Coincidentally, it was my last summer as a singleton as well (although this was not my last girls trip!). Ireland is many things: beautiful, mysterious, FUN...
by The Traveluster on Oct 1, 2013

It Ain't All Gone

When you inevitably find yourself making a day of visiting (what’s left of) St. Jacob’s Market, you may give glance to the antique stores and other outlets surrounding the cusp of it. If you’re like me, you may take a lifetime to slowly approac...
by Congee, You're My Baby on Oct 1, 2013

The Phoenix Hazel Grove

The Phoenix in Stockport is a pub on the A6 in Hazel Grove close to Stepping Hill Hospital. The Phoenix is a Greene King pub. There is free Wifi, televised sport, live music nights and recommended food including a traditional Sunday Roast. Th...
by Devon Visitor on Sep 25, 2013

Bar Hobbit na Nova Zelândia

Seria muito louco um bar assim, se eu ganhar na Mega-Sena eu mando fazer!!!Algumas rodadas depois...
by Rock And Breja on Sep 17, 2013

Garrick's Head Pub Bath

Named after David Garrick (1717 – 1779), English actor, playwright, theatre manager and producer, the Garrick’s Head pub and dining room is situated next door to the Theatre Royal in the centre of Bath. The Garrick's Head features a large outdo...
by Devon Visitor on Sep 14, 2013

Promuovi il tuo locale con Ricette&Sapori

Gestisci un ristorante, un bar, o un locale dove si mangia o si beve?  Ti invitiamo a promuoverlo su Ricette&Sapori, raggiungerai migliaia di utenti interessati, e scoprirai quanto può essere influente il web per la tua Con...
by Ricette & Sapori on Sep 4, 2013

Horse & Groom Belgravia

The Horse & Groom in Belgravia, not far from Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park Corner, is a delightful pub in a typical mews street in the area. The Horse & Groome serves excellent food washed down with Shepherd Neame ales including Spitfir...
by Devon Visitor on Sep 4, 2013

Nina Dobrev… parce qu’elle le vaut bien !

La belle Nina Dobrev  ou plutôt sa somptueuse chevelure est la nouvelle égérie des shampoings Lux au Japon. Après Natalie Portman ou encore Catherine Zeta-Jones, la marque a misé à nouveau sur une jolie brune. Découvrez sans plus attendre le...
by Songe d'une nuit d'été on Aug 23, 2013

Irland – die Insel des traurigen Lachens

Wer Irland bereist, will das Besondere finden. Irland ist bestimmt kein herkömmliches Urlaubsland für die schnelle Sightseeingtour. Seine jahrtausendealte Besiedlungsgeschichte wartet immer wieder mit Sehenswürdigkeiten und uralten Mythen und Sage...
by HRS Reiseblog on Aug 20, 2013

Silly Sunday – The Talking Centipede

bethere2day - A single guy decided life would be more fun if he had a pet.Silly Sunday – The Talking Centipede...

Another iconic Willesden Green building to go?

Electric HouseOfficers are recommending that the August 21st Brent Planning Committee should approve the demolition of the three storey locally listed Electric House in Willesden Lane, which is in a Conservation Area,  and its replacement by a 7...
by wembleymatters on Aug 11, 2013

Jeremiah’s Taproom, 7-8 Elm Row, Edinburgh EH7 4AA

The refurbished and new owners of the old Elm Row bar are giving this a clean sweep.  The central bar with taps and fonts draws the eye to the array of beers, spirits and colours.  Keeping the original windows as well as some good choices w...
by Food and Drink Glasgow on Aug 2, 2013

The Lorne Bar, Stevenson Street, Oban

  Traditional old mans’ style pub providing popular dining with partially covered beer garden at the rear/side. When we arrived staff advised that there would be a 40 minute wait for food, we weren’t in a rush so settled down with some s...
by Food and Drink Glasgow on Aug 1, 2013


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