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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 2:16 pm 
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Im based down in the bay , which hotel you guys staying in? i normally head up to central station for the short journey (20mins) to bridgend , you can see the ground from the station , 5 min walk.

if you're boys fancy a drink before hand I normally in the 'Bute Dock Hotel' pub or the Packet in the bay or the City Arms/ gatekeeper opposite the Millennium Stadium in town.

bridgend got some decent pubs but wouldnt recommend it greatly for the night life.

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cardiffcrusaderrob wrote:Im based down in the bay , which hotel you guys staying in? i normally head up to central station for the short journey (20mins) to bridgend , you can see the ground from the station , 5 min walk.

if you're boys fancy a drink before hand I normally in the 'Bute Dock Hotel' pub or the Packet in the bay or the City Arms/ gatekeeper opposite the Millennium Stadium in town.

bridgend got some decent pubs but wouldnt recommend it greatly for the night life.


Staying in The Holiday Inn Express. Will trains be running after the game back to Cardiff on a Sunday after the game around 9 - 930pm ?, and how much is it (well, we are from Yorkshire :lol: )

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Wembley71 wrote:Don't forget to set your watch FORWARD to the early 1970's when you reach Bridgend.

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crucrucrusaders wrote:And how would you go about doing that? I'd love to find out this new 1970's mode that watches have.

And what up to date and brilliant place do you live in?

Called anybody racist with no proof lately?


Nope, but I have recommended one of my players into Clive Griffiths' Wales Students Squad. I live in Exeter, thaks for asking... like Cardiff, a thoroughly modern city which beautifully blends its history and tradition into an exciting and invigorating contemporary environment.

Tell you what, why not establish a professional rugby club in Cardiff, a city the Welsh call its capital and can justly be proud of... and have them play in a modern stadium, like Exeter Chiefs... or Leigh and Widnes?

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Wembley71 wrote:Nope, but I have recommended one of my players into Clive Griffiths' Wales Students Squad. I live in Exeter, thaks for asking... like Cardiff, a thoroughly modern city which beautifully blends its history and tradition into an exciting and invigorating contemporary environment.

Tell you what, why not establish a professional rugby club in Cardiff, a city the Welsh call its capital and can justly be proud of... and have them play in a modern stadium, like Exeter Chiefs... or Leigh and Widnes?


Because we've already got a Super League club playing in Bridgend thanks.

You are taking the p!$$ regarding Exeter right?

The poor mans Torquay. :lol:






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Don Brennans Leg wrote:Staying in The Holiday Inn Express. Will trains be running after the game back to Cardiff on a Sunday after the game around 9 - 930pm ?, and how much is it (well, we are from Yorkshire :lol: )


be a couple of quid return. A few lads I met up with in Cardiff last year at MM were staying there and think they said it was £3.50 return if that.

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adam9641 wrote:be a couple of quid return. A few lads I met up with in Cardiff last year at MM were staying there and think they said it was £3.50 return if that.


It is £3.60 return.

I bloody hope there will be trains back I've got to get back to Newport. :D






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trains back to cardiff on sunday are 9:21 , 9:43, 10:21 etc

normal single is £3.30

If your' boys are in the city centre around mid day im normally in the city arms opposite the millennium stadium.

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