Reminiscing about our Favorite United Kingdom Pubs
Our stop for lunch after Stonehenge at the Red Lion Pub in Avebury

Reminiscing about our Favorite United Kingdom Pubs

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I visited the Contented Cow the other night.  It is our local British pub, and the next best thing to being at a pub in the United Kingdom.  I had a great time, and it gt me reminiscing about the great pubs that we visited on our trip to the UK in June of 2011.

I LOVE  a real pub.  The food is awesome and cheap (the bestest, cheapest food to be had in the UK, in my opinion!) and the atmosphere is generally warm and comfortable.  Pubs are an easy place to relax after a long day of sightseeing.

In honor of my great love of real pubs and English cider, here is a recap of our favorite pub experiences.

Do you love traditional pubs?  Please post your favorite pub experiences i the comments below.

The Three Tuns Pub in Windsor
Outside of the Three Tuns Pub in Windsor. This pub was built in 1518, and it was a pleasant place to enjoy an afternoon repast.
Three Tuns Pub Windsor
Our first f many pub lunches after arrival in the UK. The fish and chips were good and the meat pie was good, as well.
The Red Lion Pub in Avebury, one of our lunch stops.
Our stop for lunch after Stonehenge at the Red Lion Pub in Avebury
Lunch at Red Lion Pub in Avebury, UK
Another pub, another pint! A great lunch at the Red Lion Pub in Avebury, UK

Jolly Judge Pub Edinburgh Scotland

Westons Hard Cider Edinburgh Scotland
I don’t drink beer, but I do love hard cider. Weston’s is by far my favorite brand of English Cider!

Shanna Schultz

We are Shanna and Aaron + kiddos. We are a travel addicted family of four who love to escape at every possible opportunity. When we travel, we love to focus on creating meaningful travel experiences that help us all learn about the world together and bring us closer as a family. Shanna also writes about travel in the Midwestern part of the United States at her blog A Midwest Travel Companion

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