Old Street West

24/01/2012 at 00:03 | Posted in Crawls | Leave a comment
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Early crawler Ian started us off on a rainy night in January in the Artillery Arms on Bunhill Row and ended up in the glorious Sekforde Arms and a curry.  Where we went inbetween is lost in history, even Ian himself can’t remember.  One or two of the bars were not real ale pubs as the format had not been completely established but the one thing it did do is open our eyes to the possibilities.  Not knowing exactly where we were and discovering new places appealed to the explorer genome.  It was only the second time we had done it but we realised being at the mercy of a pub crawl master in an unexplored part of London was a fun experience and it made us want more.

Additional trivia – Archie and Phil struggled to find even the curry house, which was extremely good, until we stumbled across it on the Clerkenwell crawl some years later!!


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