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    Posted: 08 Sep 2018 at 10:56pm
Originally posted by CaroG CaroG wrote:

Originally posted by Colum Colum wrote:

Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

had great craic and enjoyed seeing everyone I would travel with. The football was shocking, completely fed up with O’Neill now. He will be gone in November I think. 

Some craic on the plane with Sham157. We sat next to a woman Sara from New York, she was about 70. Offered me a bite of her tuna sandwich, don’t think she had realised the innuendo. Roll on Poland. 

"Sara without a H" as she informed whatever poor sod was answering the phone in her accomodation. Was a few rows behind her on way over and heard most of what she had to say.

Seven rows back and I could also hear "Sara without h" 😂

“Yes it’s Sara. S, A, R, A.” LOL
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Originally posted by Colum Colum wrote:

Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

had great craic and enjoyed seeing everyone I would travel with. The football was shocking, completely fed up with O’Neill now. He will be gone in November I think. 

Some craic on the plane with Sham157. We sat next to a woman Sara from New York, she was about 70. Offered me a bite of her tuna sandwich, don’t think she had realised the innuendo. Roll on Poland. 

"Sara without a H" as she informed whatever poor sod was answering the phone in her accomodation. Was a few rows behind her on way over and heard most of what she had to say.

Seven rows back and I could also hear "Sara without h" 😂
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Originally posted by Colum Colum wrote:

Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

had great craic and enjoyed seeing everyone I would travel with. The football was shocking, completely fed up with O’Neill now. He will be gone in November I think. 

Some craic on the plane with Sham157. We sat next to a woman Sara from New York, she was about 70. Offered me a bite of her tuna sandwich, don’t think she had realised the innuendo. Roll on Poland. 

"Sara without a H" as she informed whatever poor sod was answering the phone in her accomodation. Was a few rows behind her on way over and heard most of what she had to say.

LOLLOL It was hilarious. Must have told her 10 times we were getting s train to Cardiff “are you guys getting a bus to Bath?” 
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Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

had great craic and enjoyed seeing everyone I would travel with. The football was shocking, completely fed up with O’Neill now. He will be gone in November I think. 

Some craic on the plane with Sham157. We sat next to a woman Sara from New York, she was about 70. Offered me a bite of her tuna sandwich, don’t think she had realised the innuendo. Roll on Poland. 

"Sara without a H" as she informed whatever poor sod was answering the phone in her accomodation. Was a few rows behind her on way over and heard most of what she had to say.
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had great craic and enjoyed seeing everyone I would travel with. The football was shocking, completely fed up with O’Neill now. He will be gone in November I think. 

Some craic on the plane with Sham157. We sat next to a woman Sara from New York, she was about 70. Offered me a bite of her tuna sandwich, don’t think she had realised the innuendo. Roll on Poland. 
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Originally posted by bogball88 bogball88 wrote:

Originally posted by irelandfan irelandfan wrote:

The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked

Worse than Dublin?
I would say a lot worse Gang of us in Weatherspoons on Tuesday and one came into the pub and asked us for a few quid. There way more upfront than at home in My view. It's very said and the majority look to be addicts good few of them own Dogs too. Gave one fella a tenner because my heart nearly bled for the man. 
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Originally posted by irelandfan irelandfan wrote:

The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked
Shocking. Was walking up main street last night and every single doorway had someone in it. 
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Originally posted by Donegal Donegal wrote:

Originally posted by irelandfan irelandfan wrote:

The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked

Was really surprised at the decline in the city centre over the last few years and, to be fair, it was a bit of a kip.  Must have had 20 people asking for money walking back from the stadium. BBC News Wales reporting a major problem with the drug "spice" in Cardiff. The number of people sleeping in doorways was a real eye opener, and even sleeping in tents in the grounds of the Castle.

On the other hand, Cardiff Bay is well worth a visit. Lots of quality bars and restaurants. More expensive than the city centre, but far more enjoyable. 

Shame to see the city centre the way it is.
Have to say we spent the afternoon down in Cardiff bay which was very good i must say , now the best part was taking  the ferry back to the back of Cardiff castle , super stuff i must say . 
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Originally posted by irelandfan irelandfan wrote:

The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked

Was really surprised at the decline in the city centre over the last few years and, to be fair, it was a bit of a kip.  Must have had 20 people asking for money walking back from the stadium. BBC News Wales reporting a major problem with the drug "spice" in Cardiff. The number of people sleeping in doorways was a real eye opener, and even sleeping in tents in the grounds of the Castle.

On the other hand, Cardiff Bay is well worth a visit. Lots of quality bars and restaurants. More expensive than the city centre, but far more enjoyable. 

Shame to see the city centre the way it is.
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Originally posted by irelandfan irelandfan wrote:

The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked

Worse than Dublin?
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The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked
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2 of us on the 2.30 flight from Dublin to Cardiff tomorrow. If anyone else is on that and wants to split a taxi into centre then message me.
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I doubt it - they still have to run a bus for the slow boat at 08:05 and I can't see them running two.
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Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

Anyone on the fast boat from Dublin to Holyhead in the morning - it's been rescheduled for 7:30, not 8:30.

Pain in the arse - means a taxi to the port now.


Maybe Morton's would adjust their schedule from Westmoreland Street?
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Originally posted by foggy.nelson foggy.nelson wrote:

Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

I'm on the 6.55 flight into Bristol landing at 8.10. Have a bus booked but would contribute to a  taxi to get to Cardiff faster
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Originally posted by foggy.nelson foggy.nelson wrote:

Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

I'm on the 6.55 flight into Bristol landing at 8.10. Have a bus booked but would contribute to a  taxi to get to Cardiff faster
 
bus to Cardiff station there is a ticket collection machine there, just put in your card...you might need a booking ref..
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Anyone on the fast boat from Dublin to Holyhead in the morning - it's been rescheduled for 7:30, not 8:30.

Pain in the arse - means a taxi to the port now.
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Originally posted by foggy.nelson foggy.nelson wrote:

Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

I'm on the 6.55 flight into Bristol landing at 8.10. Have a bus booked but would contribute to a  taxi to get to Cardiff faster

I’m on that flight too - I booked the train from Bristol mead to Cardiff - just need to get the airport bus from Bristol to train station 👍 train was only €25 for open return ticket the next day
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