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The thought of bouncy castles spoils it for me, so on to the next pub Joyce...Sue
Nice pic, looks like a good place to stop except for the ''bouncy castle''! Keep on driving! LOL Thanks Sue!! :)))(time, 4:42)
It's a blow up castle that children bounce up and down on. I avoid pubs with these things like the plague, too noisy. I think Rosemary we will have to find another pub for lunch. I was late today Faye as I was 'a lady that lunched'. I meet up with three other ladies that worked at Lloyd's with me and we go out for lunch and a very long chat.Thanks stevem for the picture.Thank you all for your comments...Sue
Ah, thanks, stevem. We call them Moonwalks in the US. Problem solved.
With thanks to Shipmate17 -http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=82I0OKFM
A bouncy castle is a .... Well, it's.... How DO you describe it?? Think I'll leave this for somone else - I'm sure they exist in the US and Canada, but obviously under a different name?
Yes, What's a Bouncy Castle? Intriguing. It says Students welcome, so I guess it's a happening place, but we could go for early lunch and sit under the umbrellas for a while. Thank you, Sue
I'm not sure I would want a pub with this name to be my regular watering hole, but it looks as if it could be a fun place. - kevin
I was wondering why I hadn't discovered you farther on, Sue. You're later today. :)))
What are (is) Bouncy Castles, please, Sue? Interesting photo. Thanks.