Saturday, 24 September 2011

This Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales
150 to 151 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5TD---Tel---02078365183
Nearest Tube Station------Covent Garden:Piccadilly Lines
As per the name of the pub snuggest the pub belong to the Prince . IT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1852 ,this building formerly a potato warehouse named after Queen Victoria"s son Edward VII.
This Prince of Wales is a traditional English pub situated on the corner of Drury Lane and Long Acre in the heart of theater land.
High quality drinks and freshly prepared British pub food are available all the time. it is the one of the best places in London pub to celebrate Christmas.
The Prince of Wales offers a range of vegetarian dishes available throughout the day.
their vegetarian fish and chips are particularly popular with both vegetarians and carnivores.
Now being world famous as the heart of Theatreland ,places of interest nearby being Co-vent garden , Freemasons Hall and the Theater Royal

The Golden Lion

The Golden Lion
51 Dean Street,
London WID 5BL

Nearest Tube Station-----Leicester Square:Northern and Piccadilly Lines

Records for this pub date back to 1769. The pub has many original features including acarved oak and special attention should be paid to the beautifully carved , ornate red ceiling.Due perhaps to its prime location its more of a vertical drinking den and gets very busy at usual times, with service suffering as a result. It also appears more blokey than others we know, lending it a rather unwelcoming atmosphere. There are plenty of better pubs nearby.

The Ostrich Inn, Buckinghamshire

The Ostrich Inn, Buckinghamshire

The Ostrich Inn, High Street, Colnbrook, Nr Slough, Berks, SL3 0JZ
Nearest tube station--- Heathrow

In the shadow of one of London’s ghastliest locations, one of England’s oldest pubs is on the market – together with a ghastly history.

he Ostrich Inn was once by the Jarmans, a husband and wife who would murder their guests by dropping them through a trapdoor in a bedroom, plunging them into a vat of boiling liquid and, ultimately, their deaths. There have recently been reports of strange occurences, possibly the ghosts of murdered ghosts trapped within the walls of the pub. A detailed history of the Ostrich Inn, by one G. Daniel, titled The Ostrich Inn, Colnbrook, Bucks: Its Place in History, apparently appeared in 1969, but there is no copy in the British Library and I have not been able to lay my hands on one elsewhere.

Shakespeare head

Shakespeare head
29 Great Marlborough street oxford circus London WIF 7HZ
Nearest tube station:Victoria:Victoria District and Circle lines

Shakespeare head is one of the famous pub of the Shakespearean time which was built in 1735 was originally by Thomas and john Shakespeare , distant relatives of the poet.

The pub overlooks Carnaby Street which was once the site of an 18t Century street market and now is one the world"s most famous shopping precincts.

Dominating its northern end the pubs"s inn sign which is a reproduction of Martin Droeshouts portrait of Shakespeare when the poet was at the pinnacle of his genius. On the another part of the building is Shakespeare "s life-size bust which appears to be the gazing down at the busy street.

Now come to the bear and snakes really imperishable ALL in ALL its London heart

British Telecom did partnership with Heineken and plans to extend the wireless Internet service

British Telecom did partnership with Heineken and plans to extend the wireless Internet service to another 200 pubs in the UK to By the end of 2012. And it will be the great gift of Chris miss and new year for Drinkers in London pubs

With Wi-Fi, customers can access a special area of ​​the Internet, the Hub of Heineken, the most recent British newspaper, i, the quality of daily sister paper The Independent, is to provide exclusive content.

Customers can get online quickly with any PC, wireless tablet or mobile phone to a Wi-Fi hotspots and will also receive exclusive content specific to the locality, including the best news stories, views , features, business, culture and sports. For the first time this content was available online and will be updated daily.

Pubs boost BT hotspot numbers over three million - the largest network in the UK.Over 200,000 sites were added during the last three months.

Rick Lawrence, director of marketing at Heineken UK said: "The partnership with BT strengthens the reputation of the brand as a major player in the development of technology Wi-Fi initiative will offer excellent visibility from Heineken its key target audience and build a greater affinity between the two. the brand and its consumers. "

Chris Bruce, CEO of BT Openzone, said: "Using Wi-Fi to deliver exclusive content and free pub goers Heineken is engaging and exciting and will undoubtedly increase business is an exciting time to be involved marketing in hospitality. ".

Wi-Fi is free for more than five million broadband customers of BT, as well as users of iPads, iPhones, iPod Touch, Android, Blackberry and Samsung smartphones and through other partnership agreements to BT.

In further developments of the largest UK Wi-Fi network, BT has also added Wi-Fi at Liverpool John Lennon, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Durham Tees Valley and regional airports.

BT Wi-Fi is also available at 13 hotels Shepherd Neame, Kent, Starbucks, including major hotel chains Thistle and Guoman Ramada Jarvis, Welcome Break and Roadchef zones Costa motorway service stations, Network Rail, airports and thousands of homes and independent businesses.

BT has also extended its relationship with Hilton in June to provide a fully managed suite of wireless Internet services to more than 17,000 rooms, public spaces and meeting rooms and conference in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.

About BT:

BT is one of the leading global provider of communications solutions and services operating in over 170 countries. Its principal activities include the provision of networked IT services globally; local, national and international telecommunications services to our customers for use at home, at work or traveling; broadband and phone, including products broadband companies and broadband fiber and convergence produced fixed / mobile and services. BT consists principally of four lines of business: BT Global Services, Openreach, BT Retail and BT Wholesale.

In the year ended 31 March 2011, BT Group's revenue was £ 20,076 million with profit before taxation of £ 1,717,000.

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