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19 minutes ago, an tha said:

Just booked a hotel about 10 miles outside Paris for 3 of us for £125 for the night.

Decent price that.

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Got an Airbnb a 20 minute drive away for £186.

 

Sleeps 4

 

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before too!

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I booked a dorm in a hostel two weeks ago, €50 a night!  Sold out now.

I booked some flights when Diaz scored, from Manchester, changing in Milan, apparently… £200 return! 
 

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26 minutes ago, Talismanic said:

We booked the Bastille, reviews aren’t great but how bad can it be?

Roof leaks a bit. 

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Just booked two rooms at the hotel below at CDG airport. $730 for two rooms / two nights (or 584 GBP). Not the best price but worth the sting!!

 

https://www.hotels.com/ho131952/courtyard-by-marriott-paris-roissy-charles-de-gaulle-airport-le-mesnil-amelot-france/?display=description

 

everything else is gone!! 

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1 hour ago, m0e said:

Got an Airbnb a 20 minute drive away for £186.

 

Sleeps 4

 

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before too!

Pretty sure I was about to book the same place! 

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1 hour ago, Talismanic said:

We booked the Bastille, reviews aren’t great but how bad can it be?

 

Can get a bit stormy.

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Booked an apartment as soon as it got moved to Paris on free cancellation. £55pp per night. Hope they don’t cancel it now.

 

We booked the train after the first leg, I was sweating at half time! Going Friday morning. Couldn’t get direct to Paris so going to Lille and changing. Think the Lille to Paris train is a 180mph direct bullet train, it literally takes 25 mins longer.

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1 hour ago, Scott_M said:

Booked an apartment as soon as it got moved to Paris on free cancellation. £55pp per night. Hope they don’t cancel it now.

 

We booked the train after the first leg, I was sweating at half time! Going Friday morning. Couldn’t get direct to Paris so going to Lille and changing. Think the Lille to Paris train is a 180mph direct bullet train, it literally takes 25 mins longer.

Superfan twat

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Booked a cancellable hotel when I saw the quarter/semi draw. Booked a flight when Villareal beat Bayern. 

The hotel cunts cancelled the booking last week so I've booked one a little outside now but on a Metro line. 

I was unsuccessful for a match ticket in the UEFA draw yesterday but still hoping. 

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3 minutes ago, m0e said:

Superfan twat


I know. I’m a disgrace. How dare I be confident we’d be alright this season and plan ahead for it. 

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