wow it reminds me of Gordons many many years ago – space to move! A pleasant experience! Not having to queue 3 deep at the bar! Not losing half your wine as you manoeuvre yourself into a small space hoping to beat that other couple when a table becomes free. I wish it was laways like this.
1 year ago
Yes, it’s quite lovely at 1 p.m. on a Monday!! It really is a circus at night, isn’t it?
1 year ago
Hello All, The message included here is from Simon Gordon of Gordon’s Wine Bar. He’s started a wonderful company to help protect against identity theft and recovery of stolen items. Particularly important for travelers whether solo or part of a group! Enjoy.
This is a thorny subject and most places pretend it doesn’t happen on
their premises but I want to ensure nothing bad ever happens to you
while in Gordon’s – so, just in case any of you out there have had
anything stolen when in Gordon’s you will know how horrible it is to
have this happen. I have been working on a solution and it has now
appeared on Crimewatch (last week). It is called Facewatch and there
is lots of information on our website http://www.facewatch.co.uk. The
Crimewatch video is on youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAcCajgyxEg.
You will be glad to hear we have reduced theft right down to
negligible levels now!
If any of you have any ideas or contacts that can help us to make if
more widely used I would love to hear from you!
I hope you are all well and look forward to seeing you again soon!
Uploaded on 3 June, 2011
The Peregrine Dame EP 309
Length : 4:27
Category: Season 3.
Tags: England, London, peregrine dame, Rachel Parsons, tourism, travel, and wine bar.
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