Brian yawned softly as he walked down the cobblestone walkway. The people passing by him were bundled in they're scarves and coats, trying there best to fight the cold breeze that blew through-out the streets. The windows were all closed and covered in condensation and frost. The cold was bone chilling, worse than last years snow. He stopped for a moment, pulling the pack of marlboro reds out of his pocket, he picked one out of the pack and lit it up. After placing the lighter and cigarettes back into his inside jacket pocket, he continued on. As he wandered down the road, his first find was a bar hidden in a small alley off to his left. The bar seemed pretty warm enough, not one of the slimy bars like he had seen back when he was in new york. A smile came to his face as thoughts of warm lager and peanuts came to mind. A place to kick back and get off his feet for a while.
He wandered into the bar, shuffling his coat, brushing the snow off his shoulders. Taking a minute to take the place in, he took his coat off and placed it upon the coat rack to his left. Looking over the patrons, he noticed one a few people actually took residence here, the apartments upstairs must of been the homes of the only customers of this fine establishment. He then proceeded towards the bar, pulling his wallet from his back pocket, he then called the bartender over. After ordering a shot of whiskey and a tall glass of lager, he took his seat at the bar. Grabbing a handfull of peanuts from the bown sitting next to him he decided to take another look around the place, the people in the small tavern were mainly pulled into there little social circles, making small little jokes about there day and just enjoying eachothers company. It brought a small smile to his face as he settled back for the cold night.
Taking a small sip from the whiskey, he sighed in relief as he felt warmth begin to radiate from his chest, the whiskey was strong, but it went down smooth. Looking back to the bar keep, he waved his hand to get his attention. The next thing on Brian's list was a warm bed for the night. After asking the bar keep for a room, he passed over the nights rent. Not too much, but still enough to break him. His pulled a small piece of paper from his pocket and scribbled a little note, it seemed his list was never ending.
(( Anyone may join this, preferably a female character, just kinda easier to play with ))