Ah, I love bars and pups in the UK. Sooo nice!
God...I haven't lived in germany in 20 years almost, but when I go to Hamburg, they have proper bars there, nice ones too. But I suppose the pub culture is different However, Germany has a cafe culture, which the UK nor the US have. :) There is something to be said for that too. The English have their high tea, which is amazing and next time you come here, you totally have to spend a fortune and do a posh tea with me :), but that is very different from cafe culture. Anyway, London or US, they all have great bars and pubs, that's for sure. I could easily get drunk here every day.
Ja, I suppose the big city’s like Hamburg and Munich do have nice bars.
But I really like the pub culture. And that everybody seems to meet up there in a big group and have a pint or two, watch sports or just talk and relax. It’s nice and casual and I don’t really find that around here.
Plus most of the times you even get decent to good food there. And you can find a pub everywhere, in each little village; it’s amazing (at least in Scotland – no matter how small the village is, there will be a pub).
We are still deciding on the holiday for this year but I would really like to go to the UK and do a tour through South England, Cornwall, ect,…
You are in the right place for pubs here. It is MIND BOGGLIGN. The other day I went out with a friend and I think we hit the only street in a 10 mile radius that had no pub. Odd. I am more of a bar girl than a pub girl (I mean, I hate beer, wine in pubs sucks, but I have now taken to gin tonics, which are ok), but when you live here, you kinda have to "own" the pub :) We have two locals as we call them, that we frequent often. :)
Once you hit your mid-30s, you do enter a bit of an identity crisis. I think I am working mine out.
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