I was reading the in-flight magazine (in Spanish) on an Aero Mexico flight which was extolling the virtues of the English pub or "casa para el público para beber" - literally a house for the public for drinking.
The writer went on to say that English taverns were renowned for traditional names such as "the George and Dragon" or "the Fox and Hounds", also popular it claimed was "the Olde White Tart" and "the Athlete's Foot".
I couldn't decide if it was deliberate or a slip of Google translator, and no mention of my favourite pub!
The London Stones: Staines (-upon-Thames)
10 hours ago