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    I will be flying over for either Norwich or the Barnsley game. Last time I stayed in the Acorn but its too far from the City center. Any suggestions guys?

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    It looks as though I will be sleeping rough


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    Try the Jurys Inn on Station Street/London Rd.

    Right next to the station, 5 minute walk from town, 10 minute walk to the ground.

    Talk to me, Goose.

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    how about sleeping rough? *


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    I know its about 30 minutes away from City centre maybe, but there's a hotel near where I live called the Gateway hotel.
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    It's got a Bus stop just outside it, and a tram stop about a 5 minute walk away.

    Don't know what It's like because I've rarely ever been in, But worth looking at maybe.


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    There are some reasonable B&B's on Radcliffe Road.

    Nice and close to the Shitty Ground and, obviously, pretty close to the City Centre.

    The Rushcliffe is about £20-25 a night or something. *As Glen would tell you, that's nothing!

    Let me know which match you are coming to and we'll have a pint.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spring Heeled Jack
    There are some reasonable B&B's on Radcliffe Road.

    Nice and close to the s**tty Ground and, obviously, pretty close to the City Centre.

    The Rushcliffe is about £20-25 a night or something. *As Glen would tell you, that's nothing!

    Let me know which match you are coming to and we'll have a pint.
    Not a problem Chris. I shall look forward to it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy1989
    how about sleeping rough? *
    Do you fancy a bit of rough?


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    dont go to the barnsley game, its an absolute hell hole and i have nothing but bad memories of that place from last time under mugson. Took a good 1-2 hours just getting out the car park which was a hill


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strum
    dont go to the barnsley game, its an absolute hell hole and i have nothing but bad memories of that place from last time under mugson. Took a good 1-2 hours just getting out the car park which was a hill
    We have barnsley at home


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    total mis understanding by me,* its late im illl


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick.Doyle.Nffc
    I know its about 30 minutes away from City centre maybe, but there's a hotel near where I live called the Gateway hotel.
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    It's got a Bus stop just outside it, and a tram stop about a 5 minute walk away.

    Don't know what It's like because I've rarely ever been in, But worth looking at maybe.
    Bit too upmarket I reckon. Nothing personal! lol


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    What about hotel Ibis near the square?


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    There's always the Holiday Inn (Express?) which is right in the City Centre.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lizardinho
    There's always the Holiday Inn (Express?) which is right in the City Centre.*
    I always imagine them to be dirty


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eamonn Rocks
    I always imagine them to be dirty
    No it's actually pretty nice.

    I know the guys from the South sometimes stay there when they come up for games.


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    Ive stayed in both the Premier inn, and Jurys Inn when ive been going over to watch games both are reletively close to each other and a ten minute walk to the ground, dead handy i thought and not too expensive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinn^2
    Ive stayed in both the Premier inn, and Jurys Inn when ive been going over to watch games both are reletively close to each other and a ten minute walk to the ground, dead handy i thought and not too expensive.
    Do you get to many Forest games?


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    Havent been to any this season barr the one in dublin against ireland, yea been to quite a few the past seasons, doubt ill get too much this side of the year though going to portugal on thursday and then with christmas etc doubt ill have the funds planning on getting to a few next year though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinn^2
    Havent been to any this season barr the one in dublin against ireland, yea been to quite a few the past seasons, doubt ill get too much this side of the year though going to portugal on thursday and then with christmas etc doubt ill have the funds planning on getting to a few next year though.
    Dont let Glenn hear you say that Christmas and Portugal are more important than Forest


 

 

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