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the harborne pub crawl all the way from top of highstreet to the bottom
(suggested by joseph hewitt - joe beans@3mail)
i am going to bournemouth in april and am organising the hen night. Please can you suggest me a pub crawl ending up with elements. thank you
(suggested by Nicola Purvey)
"The Sunset Strip", no idea why we named it that, but it's featured heavily in my Balham/Tooting drinking... Start at the George on Balham Hill (take a tube to Clapham South to get there); descend the hill to the Duke of Devonshire; then onto the Puzzle along Balham High Road. From there, the Jackdaw and Rook, then a short in the Blithe Spirit while waiting for the 249 bus (Wetherspoons stop optional here). Take the 249 to the Rose and Crown by Tooting Common, then head back up Tooting Bec Road for the Wheatsheaf. Then, the King's Head for something to eat and a game of pool; then up along Tooting High Road to the Castle; now you're within reach of Tooting Broadway and the "Sunset Strip" and the delights of Gordon Bennett's, the Tramshed and A Bar Too Far. By this time, you'll be drunk enough not to notice how bad they really are. nb. Sunset Strip is no way descriptive of the hole that is Tooting Broadway.
(suggested by rich)
The Cowbridge Crawl, Starting of at the Hare and Hounds, followed by The Farmers Arms, Edmonds Arms, Horse and Groom, The Vale Of Glamorgan, Bar 44, The Bear Hotel, The Masons Arms, Cowbridge Rugby Club, The Cross In
(suggested by Brian - irnbru9@hotmail.com)
Worthing
(suggested by Graham)
Well we did it again! This year just Steve and Mark set off on the Monopoly tour. With a few new rules, just to make it different. No drinking in stations, see the station then find a pub. Avoid Wetherspoons, O'Neills and other chains, as you see we didn't quite make it. We tried to do as many different pubs from our last time, so for example the ship and shovel counted for Northumberland Avenue etc. Liverpool Street Station Bus 42 or 78 to Old Kent Road 10.55 The Lord Nelson Bus back to Tower Hill Fenchurch Street Station 11.29 The Angel opposite America Square Tube to Whitechapel Whitechapel Road 11.54 The Blind Beggar, that shrine to those good old East End boys. Tube to Angel via Moorgate The Angel Islington 12.29 The Angel only because it is so easy. Walk down Pentonville Road Pentonville Road 12.35 The Castle Walk down Pentonville Road Kings Cross Station 12.46 The Flying Scotsman, what a khazi! Euston Road 1.01 The Euston Flyer Walk to Kings Cross tube to Baker Street walk to Marylebone Station 1.32 Saw the station then walked back to The Globe Jubilee line to Green Park Pall Mall 2.01 The Red Lion ( Crown Passage ) Walk Whitehall 2.23 Silver Cross Northumberland Avenue 2.35 The Ship and Shovel off Northumberland St. Then Embankment to Oxford Circus. Gt.Marlborough Street 3.07 O'Neills (we needed a toilet) so then we added another one to avoid O'Neills Gt.Marlborough Street 3.14 Shakespeares Head Vine Street 3.31 Cheers, there is no alternative, Tube Picadilly to Covent Garden. Bow Street 4.01 Marquis of Anglesey Walk to Fleet Street 4.21 The Old Bank of England Walk back to T Square The Strand 4.42 The George (Then McDonalds) Walk back to T Square Trafalgar Square 5.27 Half Way to Heaven!!! Walk to Leicester Square 5.38 All Bar One (To avoid Wetherspoons!!!) Walk Coventry Street 5.53 Planet Hollywood Walk Piccadilly 6.12 Henrys Bar Walk Bond Street 6.25 The Goat in Stafford Street Walk Regent Street 7.05 Cheers, there really is no alternative Tube it to TCR Oxford Street 7.29 The Tottenham Tube to Hyde Park Corner (Northern then Picadilly) Park Lane 8.01 The Rose & Crown ( Old Park Lane ) Mayfair 8.23 The Grapes in Shepherds Market Liverpool Street Station 9.04 Dirty Dicks. Then home like two very weary little travellers. An excellent day, much better organised than the last time, and did not seem so much walking.
(suggested by Mark)
We would like to do a pub crawl along the river Thames. During the crawl we would like to go on the London eye too.
(suggested by Shelly)
We are doing a Monopoly Crawl tomorrow, Thursday 17th Feb. If anyone is daft enough to want to do it on one days notice, be in the Lord Nelson on Old Kent Road at 11am. I am tall Steve is short and round. The more the merrier.
(suggested by Mark Acford)
Steve and Mark are off on their annual Crawl tomorrow, In 2003 we did the Monopoly Crawl, In 2004 we did the circle line, on the same day as 54 students from Reading. This year on Thursday 11th February we are revisiting the Monopoly challenge. We are going to try to do different pubs where available. Anyone daft enough to want to do it at one days notice be in the Admiral Nelson on the Old Kent Road at 11am. I am the tall 6'6" one and Steve is short and generously proportioned. This year we will not visit any station bars, just for variety and we reckon apart from the Old Kent Road, Pall Mall, Northumberland Avenue, of course Oxford Street and Park Lane we can do different pubs.
(suggested by Mark Acford)
the cheshire ring (canal) 97 miles long on canoe hopfully doing it on the 3 march 05 starting middlewich
(suggested by dan - danhurst11@hotmail.com)
The Wandsworth One-Way System...all Youngs pubs (obviously...) Crane, Grapes, Sreadeagle, Brewers Inn, Brewery Tap, Kings Arms, Wheatsheaf, Queen Adelaide.
(suggested by simonr)
hen party going to regents street
(suggested by susan ruddock)
poynton working mens, farmers arms, aj's bar, poynton sports club, bulls head, boars head, poynton british legion, the foyer, the kingfisher
go to london! you want to head towards bethnal green tube station on the northern line. after six you should be able to pick up a rail card for two quid from any guy that looks like he has never washed in his life. now,... if you head straight ahead through the gate you will go towards a large pub at the top of the stars on your left. you should be safe to drink in here. after the safe drink you may feel brave enough to continue towards brick lane. theres a couple of pubs on the left! 1 is the shackspere and the other is not important. now over the road is 'the sun' if you dont spot the dirty sign then you will notice the warning on the door which states "NO TRAVELEERS OR FOREIGNERS" if you go in you need to wear a tracksuit and keep your head down. order whatevers cheap and you'll be fine (with a rabits foot) if you make it out then you can go wherever you feel in the east end so long as people know where you've been. Like the Crays you will be feared all over london village. 'The Sun' was thier local.... or if you miss out these pubs you can head towards brick lane, ten minmutes down on the l;eft and risk being beat up on the way home! NOW THATS A PUB CRAWL!!!!
(suggested by TRAMPO)
Come stop by Coyote Ugly during your next crawl! You'll never want to leave! Remember, what happens at Coyote Ugly, stays at Coyote Ugly
(suggested by Melissa - Coyoteuglyboston@aol.com)
do you know were this pub is it called the three tuns in london and the address is 191 wokingham road reading rg l6 ILT
(suggested by lisa roberts)
Circle Line for those that are interested (and truly committed): 1. EMBANKMENT: The Tattershall Castle (a boat on the Thames) Take the right hand tube exit, turn right down Victoria Embankment. 2. TEMPLE: Temple Walkie 3. BLACKFRIARS: The Black Friar Exit 1, on the right. 4. MANSION HOUSE: The Vintry (On Queen Street) Take exit 2, up stairs to street level, turn rightish towards O'neils pub (closed) cross into road opposite, The Vintry will be on your right.. 5. CANNON STREET: The Cannon - Location: Cannon Street Address: 95 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 5AD 6. MONUMENT: None available Buy a can of beer, or drink an extra half in the previous pub 7. TOWER HILL: The Raven (inside Fenchurch Street Station) Take main exit, past cash machines and telephones on right. Turn right out of tube, walk towards railway bridge, entrance to Fenchurch Station on right, go to platforms. 8. ALDGATE: Aldgate Exchange. Left out of the tube about 400 yards under the Guidhall University building. 9. LIVERPOOL STREET: Hamilton Halls Go to the Bishops Gate exit, up the escalator, on the right. 10. MOORGATE: Finch's Bar - Location: Moorgate Address: 12a Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AN 11. BARBICAN: Butlers Wine Bar. In the Barbican Centre, 1st floor, Opposite Defoe Building. 12. FARRINGDON ROAD: The Bestsey Trotwood. Farringdon Lane, Opposite The Guardian Building 13. KINGS CROSS STATION: Coopers. Take exits to the main station platforms. It's the Station bar platform 8/9 to the left of the main lines. EUSTON SQUARE: Jeremy Bentham Turn left out of station, along Gower Street, second turn right into University Road, pub about 30ms along road. 14. GREAT PORTLAND STREET: The Green Man Just outside of station, on south side of Euston Road. 15. BAKER STREET: The Globe Outside tube pub is opposite (cross main road). 16. EDGEWARE ROAD : The Chapel Turn left out of the tube station, pub on right 17. PADDINGTON: Pride Of Paddington Turn left out of the tube, pub on the left across road (banks here also.) 18. BAYSWATER: The Rat & Parrot. Turn left outside tube, pub on left. 19. NOTTING HILL GATE : The Deveonshire Take north side exit "Portobello Rd & Market," pub just outside tube. 20. HIGH STREET KENSINGTON: Prince Of Wales Turn right outside tube, cross road at big junction, pub next to Pizza Hut. 21. GLOUCESTER ROAD: The Stanhope Outside tube, pub opposite across road. 22. SOUTH KENSINGTON: Zetland Arms Take 'non' museum exit, left upstairs, outside tube turn right, cross road into Old Brompton Road, Pub on right. 23. SLOANE SQUARE: Royal Court Tavern Take Kings Road exit; turn right outside tube across the Square. 24. VICTORIA: Pub opposite station/elusive camel (last year a lot of people got stuck at this bar) 25. ST. JAMES: The Feathers Turn right from tube exit, then right again. On opposite side of road. 26. WESTMINSTER: The Red Lion Turn right out of the tube, down Bridge Street, turn right into Parliament Street, pub on right.
(suggested by Jason Lind)
All the pubs in Godalming bar 'The wey inn' then head up to Guildford an attempt to get into any clubs.
(suggested by Rory Hendry - hendrory@msn.com)
Get the 42 bus out of Manchester to Didsbury & make your way back via various pubs & bus hops..... START:Didsbury village..Fletcher Moss (Hydes) & Dog&Partridge(freehouse)..bus to Withington.. Solomon Grundys(Conti Lager)..bus to Fallowfield.. Friendship(Hydes..Decent,Cheap meals),Revolution,Bruins(real ale-if open)&Trof bar(Conti lager)..bus to Mcr Royal Infirmary(no need to go in yet!).. Big Hands is opposite(Conti lager top jukey)..Kro bar(conti beers/real ale/good food)...5 mins walk to Sand Bar(Grosvenor St),(Conti beer/real ale-chilled place)...5 mins walk (2 bus stops)to Temple of Convenience(conti beers,top Jukey..Very smaaalll)..Behind the Temple is the Peveril(Victorian boozer) & opposite that is The Rain Bar(newish pub with good-Lee`s-beer),check out the Moonraker!!..all pubs are within 30 secs of the main drag-which changes its name from Wilmslow Rd to Oxford Rd to Oxford St..when it approaches the town centre.... AND THERE ENDETH THE LESSON!!
(suggested by Kieran Dinan)
a pub craw around wokingham starting at the station and finishing there
(suggested by barry rhodes)
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