"One of the best known of city taverns" [Piper, 1964]
Alquiler, thanks a lot for such nice words. Regards, David.
stricking blue gate
thanks a lot.
So, you went from nowhere to nowhere as well. Nice rid though, pointless start and finish points. They now reckon it will cost London half a million to run it at a loss. Desperate infrastructure required around it Boris.
I'm oft to be found in the best one of all just up the road. Long live the Comedy Store.
Hare and Billet pond is the most natural-looking of the ponds, and probably the best for wildlife. Fringed with trees, it has gently sloping edges, with a good variety of marginal vegetation, much of which was planted after de-silting in early 1994. The pond is a lovely sight in early summer, with the pink flowers of flowering-rush and the deep yellow ones of greater spearwort forming a blaze of colour. With a little more searching, the blue of water forget-me-not and the mauve of water mint can also be seen, and less showy species include common spike-rush, soft-rush, hard rush and greater pond-sedge.
no, i didn't. maybe next time. ;-)
yes,i like it.