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I was looking at the routes awhile back and thought I'd do the ferry and then I seen the time from Holyhead to Cardiff . 4 hours on a ferry and 4.5 hrs on the train . Give or take a hour or two for getting to the ferry and its 10 hours . Feck that , U.K. Airport and train into Cardiff , remember it's a Tuesday night game . So if travelling on a Tuesday you will more than likely getting in 2 hours before KO . Get to the hotel bags dropped and heading for the ground shortly after that . So it could be a long aul day . Defo 2 days off work
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It's a Monday game, but will still need 2 days off work.
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Brother lives over there so that's accommodation sorted. Probably fly into somewhere in England if the flights are crazy and train it down with a bag a cans
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Originally posted by darmack darmack wrote:

It's a Monday game, but will still need 2 days off work.


I had it in the head it was a Tuesday game an aul late night ferry across the channel on Saturday night or early Sunday morning might not be to bad . I think it's €40 each way
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Ryanair always have cheap flights available to Birmingham which be another option can get train from their to Cardiff with 1 change in Birmingham new street station. Train takes around 3 hours
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Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

KLM  fly  Munich to Cardiff or maybe i will go to Stanstead with Ryanair and look at options from there.


Is that direct?
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Originally posted by darmack darmack wrote:

It's a Monday game, but will still need 2 days off work.

If annual leave is a problem for Wales away next year then there is a way of going to it and only taking 1 day off and not 2.

Jump on a direct bus from Cardiff to Heathrow or London Victoria at 11:15pm or later after the match and grab the first flight out of London Tuesday morning. You should land in Dublin sometime around 8am.

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Originally posted by liam_in_germany liam_in_germany wrote:

Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

KLM  fly  Munich to Cardiff or maybe i will go to Stanstead with Ryanair and look at options from there.


Is that direct?



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Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Would it not be quicker to do the sail rail from Rosslare via Pembroke rather than via Holyhead from Dublin


Not if you are travelling from Dublin. The train to Rosslare is slow and the journey from Pembroke / Fishguard involves a heap of changes: it's much simpler via Holyhead.

I'm definitely going that way, anyway.

If you drive to Rosslare Harbour. Ferry dept 09:00. Arrive Cardiff 16:00.

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Dept Cardiff 22:30. Arrive Rosslare 06:30.

Have to do all your drinking on train & ferry, but if you're on tight budget and you need take only one day off work
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Shannon to London or Birmingham then train down to Cardiff plenty of time to book should work out cheap
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by darmack darmack wrote:

It's a Monday game, but will still need 2 days off work.

If annual leave is a problem for Wales away next year then there is a way of going to it and only taking 1 day off and not 2.

Jump on a direct bus from Cardiff to Heathrow or London Victoria at 11:15pm or later after the match and grab the first flight out of London Tuesday morning. You should land in Dublin sometime around 8am.


And then go to work ? f**k that.
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Originally posted by NorthDubWFTA NorthDubWFTA wrote:

Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by darmack darmack wrote:

It's a Monday game, but will still need 2 days off work.

If annual leave is a problem for Wales away next year then there is a way of going to it and only taking 1 day off and not 2.

Jump on a direct bus from Cardiff to Heathrow or London Victoria at 11:15pm or later after the match and grab the first flight out of London Tuesday morning. You should land in Dublin sometime around 8am.


And then go to work ? f**k that.
Call in sick


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A car and five people to Britain on the ferry is €500ish return, regardless of what route.
Rail & Sail (via Fishguard) is €41-47 each way.
 
Car might be just as handy.
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Eurolines bus going through Dublin or Rosslare to Cardiff 68e return.


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Been a secret admirer of your forum since Christmas, but only officially registered today,
Just wanted to say how much i admired your vocal support at the two games i attended (v Sweden in Paris and v Belgium in Bordeaux). Alongside the Icelanders (who I really enjoyed seeing in Nice), your supporters are great.

I am a Welsh lad from Cardiff, btw.

Had the pleasure of meeting #oscardelta and his lad at the Belgium match.

Looking forward to our game in March and all the best v Serbia and Georgia this Autumn.

PS
If I can help with any logistics in Cardiff, give me a shout


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Devrozex Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Jul 2016 at 2:24pm
Cheers and welcome to the forum manulike.
 
Originally posted by manulike manulike wrote:

Had the pleasure of meeting #oscardelta and his lad at the Belgium match.
 
You're probably not too familiar with the aul Irish lingo but around these parts the above means something an awful lot different to what I'm guessing it was intended to mean. LOL


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Originally posted by Devrozex Devrozex wrote:

Cheers and welcome to the forum manulike.
 
Originally posted by manulike manulike wrote:

Had the pleasure of meeting #oscardelta and his lad at the Belgium match.
 
You're probably not too familiar with the aul Irish lingo but around these parts the above means something an awful lot different to what I'm guessing it was intended to mean. LOL
 
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