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31-08-2000, 02:50 PM
Just my Bl***y luck.
I'm booked to drive to Paris on the eurotunnel on Friday morning, so could all food parcels be sent to the Black Mondeo in the queue at folkstone from Friday noon onwards.
Ps. If anyone has any updated travel info, could you post it here as i will have access until about 6:00am Friday
[This message has been edited by bobmatt (edited 31 August 2000).]
31-08-2000, 03:08 PM
Moving this to the travel forum Bobmatt ...
31-08-2000, 03:15 PM
bobmatt - I don't think you'll be the only one there mate - be interesting to see how many England fans make it to the game in Paris on Saturday night.
I'm going on Eurostar - so hope they don't start on that tunnel as well!
31-08-2000, 03:32 PM
I can tell you thae only way through is armed with a large piece of soap or bottle of shower gel. The blockading frenchies will leave running!
31-08-2000, 05:39 PM
Yipee! The blockade has been lifted see you at the Stade de France
01-09-2000, 04:30 AM
Sounds like you're all in for a good time then ! - and I was annoyed they'd moved the WBA kick off time !
01-09-2000, 11:26 PM
Have a good time Bobmatt, as I went to the Stade De France when England played there in the Six Nations in February & it is a wonderful stadium although it is a nightmare trying to get a beer around there though!!!!
04-09-2000, 12:39 AM
it is indeed a brilliant stadium - had to laugh when the bloke sitting next to me said 'it looks just like Selhurst' - turns out I was surrounded by Palace fans that i'd never met before!!!
the blockades weren't the only delays to contend with - had a 3 hour delay on eurostar on Friday due to the asylum seekers http://www.cpfc.org/ubb/frown.gif why don't they have an internet cafe in the terminal?? wouldn't have been quite so bored then!!!
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