This blue marble

– and yet it spins

Old English pubs

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eaglechildBusiness lunch at Eagle and Child with a quantum physicist, discussing medical sciences. Dinner at the Bear Inn, a pub from 1242, among 4,500 club ties (including one tiny panel in the ceiling for women’s ties). Instead of rowdy drunk people, there were ladies dining and students playing chess with glass pieces.

Only in Oxford. oldpub(Oxford, United Kingdom; January 2017)

2 thoughts on “Old English pubs

  1. A rarity, but increasing in number mostly in villages around the country with the growth in microbreweries and associated pub culture. The way it once was!

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