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it seem we will have a good time on friday evening ... :D


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It's offical both myself and Gallowin will be staying at the travel inn that was suggested. I'll be up for some drinking starting Thursday night before hand if anybody is up for it!


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Please, please don't let Chaos Dwarf get too schnockered. I don't want to drag his :D "self" to the tourney after drinking for two days.

Then again I might just join him. Bugman's is open 24 hours right?

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haven't the brits that silly rule, that they close their pubs at 11 o'clock ?
I am used to have more time to get drunk ... well I don't know how you guys handle this in the states


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Yes, the bars do close earlier than in the states but in the UK the bars fill up a lot earlier. Here in Texas things don't pick up intill about ten at night. In the UK the bars start filling up at lunchtime! :D


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I heard that the gain a special skill in putting down the stuff faster than anywhere else ... *S* Seems that could become an scientific reason to study the Bugmans thoroughly ... :D


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Sleep.... no way....
drink.... play.....smoke....play....redrink....
That should be the planning :puke:

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Here in Spain bars are open till late during week but at weekend some close aprox at 3:30 and others at 5:00 a.m.


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Yes bars close at 11pm in England in general, although there are lots of places with late licences, but they tend to be disco/pub places, which I assume Bugman's is not! They're meant to be changing the laws to 24hr opening at some stage I think, but that won't be in time to affect us in March. Will also destroy the British tradition of getting as drunk as possible in as short a time as physically possible... Or as mentioned my preferred and altogether more cultured method of just starting by lunchtime...
Was interesting to see on the back of the ticket no canned or glass bottles allowed, but no mention (unless I missed it) of alcohol, so make sure you bring a nice 3 litre plastic bottle of white cider with you. I'll be bringing some, and offering it readily to all my opponents... :wink:


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So the travel Inn is only £50 ish for a twin room? Thats only £25 each?

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http://www.travelinn.co.uk/TI/index.jsp?page=bedroom

I think Travel Inn rooms are actaully all doubles rather than twins.

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It looks like Tashton is sleeping in the bathroom then :D

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Is that true about the 50 bucks for a double room ? I calculated this amount per person ... as it is usually here in Germany

You know this for sure ?


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Yup £49.95 (Pounds .. not 'Bucks' dear boy) per double room per night

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Norse: it wouldn't be a problem for me to share a room, even if I'd rather have a twin bedroom than a big bed to share with you, just in order to stop some insane rumours :lol: :lol: :lol:

£25 per night is a price I'd rather pay for the sleeping. I just have to see with my boss if he would allow me to have 2 free days on Friday and monday. Will have to see seriously with him this week.


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