I am having a Malbec and a Stout this evening, I need some induced sleep, too much daylight for my liking! I have an eyemask but it interferes with comfort so a bottle of liquid coma might do it.
I'm quite a fan of Wetherspoons for an everyday meal. As you say, they are inexpensive and you know what you are getting.
That saying may not be so accurate any more. I saw this posted on another forum -Cheap as chips
54 quid for four portions of fish and chipsGareth Jones took to Twitter to explain how his dad, Les, 83, who was visiting London from Yorkshire, generously offered to treat the family to a meal in Ilford, east London on Saturday night.www.dailymail.co.uk
Yesterday MrsYokel joined me on a gentle 6-mile stroll through the Somerset countryside and we finished up in Wetherspoons' QuarterJack at mid-afternoon in the tiny city of Wells.I'm quite a fan of Wetherspoons for an everyday meal. As you say, they are inexpensive and you know what you are getting.
I sometimes meet Mrs Yokel around 4pm at the one in Wells, Somerset or the one in Clifton, Bristol, after I've been out walking for the day. They provide an acceptable meal in our eyes and we can have a bottle of wine knowing that there are regular bus services back to near our home. I would not want to try to park my car in Clifton anyway - finding a space would be next to impossible.
Wells is a very pleasant city, although it's smaller than many towns. It sits at the bottom of the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills with its impressive cathedral, and Bishop's Palace (Bishop of Bath and Wells) surrounded by the celebrated moat with its swans. Beyond Wells to the south/south-west are the Somerset Levels and Glastonbury is just a 10-minute drive in that direction.I frequently drove from Bristol to Bath and saw the signs to Wells. My work detail prevented any deviation from mandated route. Vehicles were fitted with tracking devices.
Sounds very much like Lichfield!Wells is a very pleasant city, although it's smaller than many towns. It sits at the bottom of the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills with its impressive cathedral. Wells does have some decent restaurants and cafes if anyone wants to look beyond Wetherspoons.