Blackwater Estuary (Explorer Maps) (OS Explorer Map) - Ordnance Survey
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road...... more
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.
Ordnance Survey Pack - Explorer Map 176 ~ Blackwater Estuary plus scale ruler - Ordnance Survey
This is a folded paper map. If you enjoy walking or cycling, and need a detailed map to take with you on your adventures, a map from Ordnance Survey's Explorer...... more
This is a folded paper map. If you enjoy walking or cycling, and need a detailed map to take with you on your adventures, a map from Ordnance Survey's Explorer range is the perfect solution. The 1:25 000 scale mapping (4cm to 1km, 2½ inches to 1 mile) shows every landmark, house, river, viewpoint, hill and pub, ensuring that you will easily be able to plan and navigate your route. There are 403 maps in the Explorer range, together covering every inch of Great Britain, so wherever you want to go, a perfect product is available. Contour lines are used to give an accurate guide to land relief, and the comprehensive reference legend provides information on surface features and points of interest.
Seventy-five songs collected, adapted, written and sung by The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem. Piano/vocal plus chords. Illustrated.Includes these songs:A Man...... more
Seventy-five songs collected, adapted, written and sung by The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem. Piano/vocal plus chords. Illustrated.Includes these songs:A Man Of Double DeedAn Poc Ar BuileAr Fol Lol OAs I Roved OutBlackwater SideBlow Ye WindsBold Tenant FarmerBoulavogueBungle RyeConvict Of ClonmelCruiscin LanEamann An ChnoicEileenn AroonEver The WindsFare Thee Well, EnniskillenFoggy DewFour Green FieldsFreedom's SonsGalway CityHi For The BeggarmanI Once Loved A LassIndex Of RecordingsIrish RoverIsn't It Grand, Boys?Johnny Is A Roving BladeJohnny, I Hardly Knew YeLament For Brendhan BehanLord NelsonMaderine RueMaid Of Fife-e-oMaster McgrathMcpherson's LamentMick McguireMr. Moses Ri-tooral-ayMrs. Rockett's PubMy Son TedNancy WhiskeyNell Flaherty's DrakeO'donnel AbuOro, Se Do Bheatha 'Bhaile!Paddy Doyle's BootsPaper Of PinsPortlairgeRedmond O'hanlonRocky Road To DublinSally-oThe 23rd Of JuneThe Bard Of ArmaghThe BeggarmanThe Black CavalryThe Butcher BoyThe CobblerThe Cockees Of BungareeThe Croppy BoyThe Curlew's SongThe Earl Of MorayThe Galway RacesThe Holy GroundThe Leaving Of LiverpoolThe Lough Neagh FishersThe Lowlands Of HollandThe Maid Of Sweet Brown KnoweThe Month Of JanuaryThe Old Orange FluteThe Parting GlassThe RappareeThe Rocks Of BawnThe Wild RoverThe Wind That Shakes The BarleyThe Wren SongWeela WalliaWhat Would You Do If You Married A Soldier?When I Was YoungWhiskey, You're The DevilWilliam BloatWinds Of Morning
Advantages: Good pub grub, good value Disadvantages: Menu Limited
...Bosun's Pub & Grill is a traditional English style pub based in Knysna, on South Africa's Garden Route. It is based near our hotel, but this was not particularly centrally located so a lot of locals would visit here I suspect, or people with holiday homes in the area (it is close to the beach).
The pub is styled older than it actually is, and there is a verandah with tables and chairs...
Advantages: lovely menu, friendly staff, great atmosphere, food is good quality, family friendly Disadvantages: nothing.
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The pub is located at the bottom of the main High Street in the town centre and although the pub is now named the George Abbot, it's previous names included The Row Barge and The Jolly Sailor. The pub was renamed The George Abbot in the 1990's to reflect the historical importance of this site. The pub is named after George Abbot whom was born into a well off family...
Advantages: reasonable value, ok for a drink Disadvantages: sticky floor, toilets full of graffiti, uncomfortable seating, lack of atmosphere
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Me and my boyfriend recently visited Portsmouth for a weekend away and the hotel we were staying in was very close to Southsea. We actually went for a walk into Southsea as my boyfriend wanted to visit a pub he had been too last year and said that he liked. On our way there we visited a number of different pubs including this one which was called The One Eyed Dog. This pub was...
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