|Submitter||Jarold W. Holland-Hibbert|
|Submission Date||22 Jun 1998|
|Reference||Geda p8,  The Blue Bell|
|Inn Name||The Blue Bell|
|Propieter:||Petry of Losk|
Synopsis:The Blue Bell is situated near the base of the Geda pier making it a popular stop for bargemen and other river borne traffic. The inn is also popular with many townfolk and has a well deserved reputation for drunken brawls and the availability of prostitutes. The name of the inn originates from a river barge once owned by the original owner. A simple blue bell hangs from a peg above the main door of the inn and is sounded whenever a vessel docks at the pier.
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Inn floorplans (cellar, groundfloor, second floor) 17Kb