Ye Olde Vic

Posted by sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 7 January 2009 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

Stockport, Cheshire, UK

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Nathalie (Spacedlaw) from Italy

Ye traditional English pub. I can't help but think that the santa shoudl really go (but then again I suppose even santa needs a pint every now and then).

7 Jan 2009 8:21am

RuneE from Norway

I'll bet the pint tastes extra good in a place like that - even for Santa.

7 Jan 2009 10:13am

babooshka from United Kingdom

Ye olde drinking emporium. Yes satnat should get down form there now. One too many me thinks.

7 Jan 2009 2:12pm

Richie from Mena, Arkansas, United States

Looks like Santa is walking the plank.

7 Jan 2009 3:47pm

miss Yves from France

A typical English inn!A clever choice ,"Ye" for "the", old language, isn't it ?

7 Jan 2009 7:44pm

Dragonstar from Ireland

That's a great choice, a really bright idea!

Thank you, on behalf of the ABC Team, for your participation.

7 Jan 2009 8:34pm

Alphons from Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands

A picture of contrasts. The old Inn, the newer appartmentflats, and the plastic Claus. Well seen en well captured.

7 Jan 2009 9:35pm

Zedster from United Kingdom

I'm sat in 'Ye Olde Vic' as I type. This is a progressive establishment and they are already in front with their Christmas decorations. Happy 2010.

7 Jan 2009 10:22pm

@Zedster: great to hear it - I took the picture mid-December sometime.

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