The "Tom Cribb" Pub in Piccadilly Circus, London, England.

    The term ‘pub’ was coined by Victorians as a shortened form of 'public house’, the village establishments where locals met to socialize, celebrate, or relax in a quiet corner. Many smaller and rural pubs continue to display this family-friendly type of environment. There are many picturesque and historical pubs scattered throughout England; and I’ll pick some of the best for future posts. 

   (image teresue flickr)

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    I love pubs. I had a conversation about them yesterday :P there are two ‘english’ pubs over here, but they’re just not...
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    ohhh so that is where that word comes from
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