City Breaks


#581

Zoolander would fit in well in Berghain alright, wall to wall with, arse bandits banging the arse off each other, they used to have a basement section in there, jesus christ you wouldn’t believe the carry on in there


#582

Not a city but I’d recommend Padstow in Cornwall for anyone seeking a civilised and sedate two or three day break. Beautiful fishing village with multiple ating options and absolutely no riff raff. Easily accessible from Ireland and very affordable with the declining value of sterling.


#583

Did you go to Rick Steins?


#584

Stayed in Rick Steins and ate in 3 of his restaurants all of which were very good. The breakfasts are amazing. I’m just after a feed of cod and mushrooms.


#585

He owns half the town, a great spot indeed. Cornwall is a great place, you’d be unlucky to get a bad meal anywhere.
Thinking of going back there next summer for a couple of weeks.


#586

Did you fly to Bristol?


#587

Newquay


#588

That’s very handy


#589

Very handy. I might add that the Cornish people are very very nice.


#590

Was in St Ives and Penzance few years ago. Great spots and beaches. Coastline reminded me very much of west Kerry.


#591

I’m thinking of going there as well. Did you rent a car? Is it a bit like Dingle/Kerry?


#592

Did you meet a man with seven wives on the way?


#593

He was in Penzance as well mate, could you not have incorporated a pirate into your quip?


#594

Arrrrgggghhh it would have been forcing it


#595

Hearty breakfast?


#596

fuck that’s a clamping


#597

No it’s more like the more prosperous lands of East Cork and West Waterford.


#598

Many Tories knocking around?


#599

Cornwall was traditionally Liberal but it felt like I was amongst Tories.


#600

:joy: