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#100 Tankerton Arms, Tankerton

Walk Past –

Highly respected micro pub which is definitely down on my must visit list for early summer. I only managed to peer through the window as it was before the lunchtime opening, but there was an abundance of hops and a fairly good sized room for a micro pub. 15 more words



Join us to celebrate Cinco De Mayo from Saturday, May 3rd to Monday, May 5th.

On Saturday, May 3rd we have our famous piñata smash at 7p.m. 71 more words

3-31 The Old York, the City with all the English Stereotypes

I spent two days staying in York, my second city in the UK after London. It was absolutely fantastic because it was a nice sized city that was just big enough to walk around and see everything by foot, but large enough to have fun things to do for visitors. 3,469 more words

Epic Eurotrip

Pirate Word of the Day - Figure-Head

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Figure-Head: a person’s face. Sea term.

(The Figure-Head on a ship was the carving, typically a bust or a full-length figure, set at the prow. 21 more words

Slang From The 1700s

Hold Your Event at La Casa Di Napa

A whole day event took place at La Casa Di Napa.  It was a wedding party with three buffets. BBQ Lunch – Snacks & Desserts – Fish & Soup! 219 more words

Pubs with two names, no.1

Here’s The Round House in Wardour Street, Soho, pretending to be The O Bar. I feel there must be many more pubs around London with an original name still on show….