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On 21/11/2021 at 11:47, spanishknight said:

Pub O'clock seems to be the best pub for meeting up, they also do a good English breakfast.

Don’t forget the loyalty card. The more you drink the more you save

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3 hours ago, Tippingsarmswarrior said:

Did Toulouse semi final , cracking place Toulouse. Booked our trip for next season. Already along with our Catalan trip. March 5th and March 12. 
 

Melting is the main bar, pub o’clock across the road to but don’t have sky. a new one just around the corner from the melting pot is the seven sisters. Ran by a English lad from Crawley. Peroni on tap is only €5. Did a walking tour of Toulouse to all the English and Irish bars some blinders. 
 

melting pot
pub o’clock
seven sisters

frog and rosbif bar and microbrewery

George&dragon

Hopscotch pub and brewery 

The four monkeys 

The London Town 

 

 


 

 

Do you know what the fixtures are for next season?

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3 hours ago, Eddie said:

Or a Welsh rugby Union international, with people being sick on 6 year olds. 

Quite right. Rugby of both codes is doing a great impression of football fans in recent years, as we continue with the myth that it's a family friendly game. 

Back to the OP - crazy to think that a newly promoted side will go straight to the top of the pile in terms of place most fans want to visit and (arguably) the best stadium in the league - that's exciting! 

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1 hour ago, hunsletgreenandgold said:

Quite right. Rugby of both codes is doing a great impression of football fans in recent years, as we continue with the myth that it's a family friendly game. 

Back to the OP - crazy to think that a newly promoted side will go straight to the top of the pile in terms of place most fans want to visit and (arguably) the best stadium in the league - that's exciting! 

Only until Bradford are promoted. 

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On 21/11/2021 at 11:36, daz39 said:

So with the fixtures not too far away and the planning to start i was wanting some advice on Toulouse having never been before, obviously it's bigger than Perpignan so has anyone got any advice on areas to stay, places to eat or drink, areas of the city to avoid etc etc?.

In Perpignan we have our regular bars and restaurants but none of us have experienced Toulouse.

BTW we aren't the type to sit in the main square singing anti-anyone-not-british songs while tanked up on Carling with our shirts off and arms outspread chucking chairs about so please rule that option out!.

We do like to sit and behave in squares with nice bars and chat with the locals etc,.

Any advice would be appreciated, thanks

Most championship fans seemed to stay in the area around Jean Jaures and Jeann d'Arc Metro stations.  Pub O'Clock and The Melting Pot were the pubs of choice on Bld de Strasbourg.

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On 22/11/2021 at 18:44, Tippingsarmswarrior said:

Did Toulouse semi final , cracking place Toulouse. Booked our trip for next season. Already along with our Catalan trip. March 5th and March 12. 
 

Melting is the main bar, pub o’clock across the road to but don’t have sky. a new one just around the corner from the melting pot is the seven sisters. Ran by a English lad from Crawley. Peroni on tap is only €5. Did a walking tour of Toulouse to all the English and Irish bars some blinders. 
 

melting pot
pub o’clock
seven sisters

frog and rosbif bar and microbrewery

George&dragon

Hopscotch pub and brewery 

The four monkeys 

The London Town 

 

 


 

 

Thanks but i can do English bars at any away game, i like a little bit of culture.

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3 hours ago, Tippingsarmswarrior said:

Looks like your first up in Toulouse dazza 

No surprise and one i predicted as we also had the 1st Catalan game for 2 years running too pre-covid, 3 February trips to France in a row with fans now !!!

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