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Thursday 18 November 2004 2.52pm
The Prince of Wales is nice when Maureen is working (11-7), she is a great person to have a drink with (and work). Tom and Maggie are great aswel and will make you feel welcome.
Thursday 18 November 2004 2.56pm
Sorry, your're completely right red bus - the Clyde is crap...pass it on
Thursday 18 November 2004 3.08pm
Ditto the Royal Oak. I don't know why the Housemartin insists on promoting it. He is clearly connected to the management somehow.

As everyone knows, it is a bad pub, with poor beer, barely ok food and surly regulars.


Thursday 18 November 2004 3.11pm
And they don't sell cider! ;-)
Thursday 18 November 2004 3.30pm
The Prince olf Wales does!!
Thursday 18 November 2004 3.34pm
What make?
Thursday 18 November 2004 3.46pm
Probably (not) the Welsh stuff that won the Camra medals this yr.

...if you press it, they will come.
Thursday 18 November 2004 3.49pm
Before we get completely diverted onto the subject of cider for a change, I'd like to point out that the Royal Oak is not only a cr*p pub, it's also a long, steep walk from the Elephant.
Thursday 18 November 2004 4.06pm
A long, steep walk from the Elephant? The Royal Oak in Whitecroft perhaps, but the one in Tabard Street is a very slow ten minute (at most) dawdle, and I'm puzzled as to the whereabouts of the steep bit.
Thursday 18 November 2004 4.25pm
Stan, don't give the game away.
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