Traditionally B&B stands for Bed and Breakfast. With locations all over Great Britain, a bed and breakfast is defined as a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast but usually does not offer other meals.
The following is a guest post. Only in Great Britain could you get away with some of the rudest names for a pub that you can ever imagine. Some could be named totally by innocent or created just to sound downright disgusting or offensive.
The following is a guest post. My second in the series of pubs of Central England focuses on the one question that often comes up in conversations – Are there any haunted pubs in central England?
Eating out might seem simple, but for an expat, it’s a minefield of potential embarrassment and offense, not to mention the possibility of ending up with something completely different to what you think you’ve ordered.
I’ve had some lovely times in pubs across Britain (I even remember some of them!) – a social occasion made richer, usually, by the building housing the pub. Towns and villages across Britain lay claim to a number of quirky, endearing buildings which accommodate public houses.
The great urban myth is that Blackheath, London was named after pits of the dead buried there during the great plague of 1664 or the “Black Death” of the 14th century.
The following is a guest post. Not too far from Greenwich, and just across the water from Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs, stands the O2, a destination magnet for entertainment seekers from all over the world. The complex houses the world’s busiest music arena, the O2 Arena, as well as the IndigO2, bars […]
The following is a guest post. When is a pub not a pub? When it’s a bar.