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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by lubov, Nov 13, 2013.
_DSF5032 as Smart Object-1 copy by Lubov Photos, on Flickr
Great idea -cool shot.
One of the most famous pubs in Hobart. And extremely busy around Christmas/New Year.
After 5pm in the summertime, this place is crowded.
Customs House Waterfront by Firedogg123, on Flickr
the temple bar - dublin
There's a very nice bar in there, despite the restaurant claims.
Sorry about all the poles, signs, and street clutter
Hobart Hotel (1) by Firedogg123, on Flickr
Hobart Hotel (2) by Firedogg123, on Flickr
Hobart Hotel (3) by Firedogg123, on Flickr
The Ocean Child used to be a real wild place some years back. Thankfully it's a lot quieter these days.
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The Brisbane Hotel. More of a workers club, but you can still down a cold one after a long day.
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A couple from Glasgow - the first is named for Harry Lauder, a famous Glaswegian entertainer.
George & Dragon, Houghton West Sussex England.
The Cross Keys temperance inn:
This is a great topic!
Rogue & Vagabond in Wellington
Wow! Look at some of that gorgeous brick staining. I wouldn't want to be on the losing end of a bet that required one to lick a wall ...
Very nice guys!
A very old garage in Hobart that has been transformed into a bar (pub). Need to find time to get inside and take photos.
P6210198 by Firedogg123, on Flickr
True pubs are not common here in the U.S. and we are the poorer for it. We do have a few that claim to be pubs but are not as ancient as some of the fine examples in this thread.
One of our local waterin' holes - Shawn O'Donnels
The Longs Arms, Steeple Ashton, Wilts, England. Possibly the friendliest village I have ever visited and a lovely pub!
P1000180 by puihungma, on Flickr
The Sophieneck in Berlin
Cock n Bull (2) by Firedogg123, on Flickr
Cock n Bull (3) by Firedogg123, on Flickr