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where to watch football this sat

Post Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 7:14 pm

i guess i'll be in cartama this sat and wondering where to watch england and hopefully spain ,,,where's best,,,anyone know


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Re: where to watch football this sat

Post Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 10:04 pm

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I bet the bar's in Alhaurin will have it on,not sure about in cartama though.

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Re: where to watch football this sat

Post Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 3:32 am

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i guess i'll be in cartama this sat and wondering where to watch england and hopefully spain ,,,where's best,,,anyone know



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Hi robperrie
If the english bar near the sunday market in Estacion de cartama is still open I’m sure they will have it on. Any bar with a TV will put it on for you if you ask football is popular in every country

We went to Gib for the day and the main square was packed watching the outdoor screen and so where all of the pubs (watching football)

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Re: where to watch football this sat

Post Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 1:29 pm

Thanx,,gutted spain never got thru,,i was hoping to have a whole day celebrating, where is gib from me then,,,


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Re: where to watch football this sat

Post Posted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 12:37 am

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Thanx,,gutted spain never got thru,,i was hoping to have a whole day celebrating, where is gib from me then,,,



about 50 mile

 

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Re: where to watch football this sat

Post Posted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 2:31 pm

Hi Rob in estacion itself there are two british bars they are next to one another at the top end of town near the green bridge, next to the morocan shop (The painters arms and the toppers rest) They may show the match. If you follow the coin road (if you're driving) there is a massive brit bar/restaurant called 'aguamania park' they should show it, they also do bbqs, karaoke and live music, a friday country market, sunday lunch good place for meeting new ppl. If you follow the churriana road you will come across a britsh bar/restauarant called 'Los Naranjos' similar to the other one, and there is a another britsh bar closer to churriana as well although I've never been in there.


For gibralter follow the A357 towards malaga take the torremolinos turn off and your on the N340 this brings you all along the coast and towards Gib (follow signs to la linea as they dont signpost for gib), may take 2 1/2 hours, or you can drive to coin take the marbella road and join the N340 from marbella may be quicker.

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Re: where to watch football this sat

Post Posted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 4:29 pm

cheers again,,i'm thinking of watching it in a spanish bar,,but if not will pop along to aquamania park ...whats it like there....thanx


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