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Postby Malahide Mullet » October 16th, 2006, 10:22 pm

Nuff said
Now that rugby's oldest bridesmaid has finally got hitched, she can cast a haughty glance towards Leinster, her high-living sister from Dublin, who, despite her immense beauty and vast potential, has trouble getting lucky.
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Postby Malahide Mullet » October 17th, 2006, 1:53 pm

So the three sisters


Or that place at the bottom of the stairs to the castle
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Postby Leinster til i die » October 17th, 2006, 2:08 pm

there is a boozer called rutland something(place, i think), at the murrayfield end of princes street. Mightn't be a bad starting place before we march to the ground...........
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Postby Malahide Mullet » October 17th, 2006, 2:12 pm

I like it


Well I've never been there but if it has booze then I like it
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Postby Donny B. » October 17th, 2006, 2:24 pm

Malahide Mullet wrote:So the three sisters


Or that place at the bottom of the stairs to the castle


Can't say I fancy a return to that place.

Probably go to the Black Bull to watch the Munster-Bourgoin game on the Saturday.
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Postby sheepshagger » October 17th, 2006, 2:24 pm

Leinster til i die wrote:there is a boozer called rutland something(place, i think), at the murrayfield end of princes street. Mightn't be a bad starting place before we march to the ground...........


What about The Murryfield Hotel opp the Ground (like last time)
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Postby Donny B. » October 17th, 2006, 2:25 pm

sheepshagger wrote:
Leinster til i die wrote:there is a boozer called rutland something(place, i think), at the murrayfield end of princes street. Mightn't be a bad starting place before we march to the ground...........


What about The Murryfield Hotel opp the Ground (like last time)


Good meeting spot alright, we'll have to ring to see what time they start serving though.
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Postby claire_m » October 17th, 2006, 2:30 pm

Donny B. wrote:
sheepshagger wrote:
Leinster til i die wrote:there is a boozer called rutland something(place, i think), at the murrayfield end of princes street. Mightn't be a bad starting place before we march to the ground...........


What about The Murryfield Hotel opp the Ground (like last time)


Good meeting spot alright, we'll have to ring to see what time they start serving though.


I'm rocking up on Sunday about 10ish (I think my flight is 8.30am. Must remember to have a quiet one on Saturday night!), so somewhere near the ground would work very well. Have a few pre-match drinkies, a few post-match drinkies, and head back to the airport for my 9pm (ish) flight home.
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Postby Grumpy Old Man » October 17th, 2006, 2:34 pm

claire_m wrote:
Donny B. wrote:
sheepshagger wrote:
Leinster til i die wrote:there is a boozer called rutland something(place, i think), at the murrayfield end of princes street. Mightn't be a bad starting place before we march to the ground...........


What about The Murryfield Hotel opp the Ground (like last time)


Good meeting spot alright, we'll have to ring to see what time they start serving though.


I'm rocking up on Sunday about 10ish (I think my flight is 8.30am. Must remember to have a quiet one on Saturday night!), so somewhere near the ground would work very well. Have a few pre-match drinkies, a few post-match drinkies, and head back to the airport for my 9pm (ish) flight home.


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Postby Duke Raoul » October 17th, 2006, 2:35 pm

Ah yeah. If it ain't broke...
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Postby jrc » October 17th, 2006, 2:41 pm

Donny B. wrote:Probably go to the Black Bull to watch the Munster-Bourgoin game on the Saturday.


Don't suppose there's a Bourgoin supporters club in Edinburgh?? :wink: :wink: :wink:
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Postby sheepshagger » October 17th, 2006, 2:45 pm

Duke Raoul wrote:Ah yeah. If it ain't broke...


The million euro question is - will thecoolfreak be there before the game this time ? :wink:
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Postby thecoolfreak » October 17th, 2006, 2:48 pm

sheepshagger wrote:
Duke Raoul wrote:Ah yeah. If it ain't broke...


The million euro question is - will thecoolfreak be there before the game this time ? :wink:


No :(
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Postby sarah_lennon » October 17th, 2006, 2:51 pm

We're flying out the Sunday night too :( either that or the 8 am flight home.

What's the chances we'll all be out on the sauce till say 5is when we can head straight to the airport?
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Postby Malahide Mullet » October 17th, 2006, 2:52 pm

I talking about for the three day massiff not the morning of the game.

Smells like a pub crawl so
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Postby Leinster til i die » October 17th, 2006, 3:06 pm

for the three days drinking, the burke and hare could be a good spot, beer, ladies and screens showing sport.......
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Postby sarah_lennon » October 17th, 2006, 3:07 pm

Leinster til i die wrote:for the three days drinking, the burke and hare could be a good spot, beer, ladies and screens showing sport.......


That sounds like most Embra pubs to be fair!!!
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Postby Mauler » October 17th, 2006, 3:15 pm

I was over in Embra for the Foot & Mouth International in 2001, we stayed on till Monday morning, and I remember that the city was pretty quite on Sunday night.
There were very few bars open late. Maybe someone with some local knowladge can help us here.
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Postby Leinster til i die » October 17th, 2006, 3:22 pm

sarah_lennon wrote:
Leinster til i die wrote:for the three days drinking, the burke and hare could be a good spot, beer, ladies and screens showing sport.......


That sounds like most Embra pubs to be fair!!!



but they would not be your typical kind of lady you'd find in most embra pubs
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Postby sarah_lennon » October 17th, 2006, 3:23 pm

Leinster til i die wrote:
sarah_lennon wrote:
Leinster til i die wrote:for the three days drinking, the burke and hare could be a good spot, beer, ladies and screens showing sport.......


That sounds like most Embra pubs to be fair!!!



but they would not be your typical kind of lady you'd find in most embra pubs


not so much the incentive for me
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