Bars, clubs and pubs oh my!
So the bars are sort-of open, but you can't sit outside in the fresh air, but must gather inside with a whole lot of strangers in a darkened room ? That sounds healthy.jah steu wrote: ↑Mon Jul 20, 2020 12:47 pm
To cap everything off the municipality has now decided to enforce its demand to remove all external furniture and fittings from the front patios and all front external metal roofs from the bars. From today it is ripping them all down, starting at Butterfly bar in street 136.
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(This might have been fun before coronavirus, but sounds downright stupid at the moment IMO.)
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Of all the areas to concentrate on?
If there were anywhere that could have been pedestrian only, this is probably it. Food carts, Tuktuks. No oversize SUV or chinese populated coaches, on a gawping run. That would have been a good choice.
Maybe in another 20yrs?
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Police say that the Wild Orchid Bar on St 136 has been closed temporarily due to "noise nuisance":
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