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Found 21 results

  1. Mark_1989

    Parking

    Can anyone recommend parking for Brentford at all? I will be driving from Oxford straight to the game after work. Many thanks
  2. SouthBirminghamVilla

    Train fare

    Split your train ticket as follows as it is cheaper (no need to change trains): New Street to Banbury day return Banbury to Reading day return
  3. Xela

    Favourite airlines

    As per title... Flying long haul, I can't really look past Emirates at the moment. Took 5 flights with them recently... 4 Economy class on the B777-300ERs and 1 Business class on the A380. The staff were very good, the food was very decent for a plane (still not wonderful mind, but better than the usual cardboard meal you get) and the IFE system was superb. Especially the ones that have been upgraded to HD Widescreen systems. The choice of films was outstanding and they had fairly recent cinema releases available to watch (Lincoln and Wreck It Ralph for example). Another bonus was that they appear to fly with much lighter loads than any other airline... on the 4 economy legs I had no-one sitting directly next to me and on 2 of the flights I had a whole row to myself. Cathay Pacific are another I recommend, however can't say anything decent about Air France! In terms of budget airlines... they are all much of a muchness. The only one that stands out is Air Asia. Must have used them about 20 times and they have been spot on all the time.
  4. The bulk of the holiday season has been and gone now BUT the M5 from south of cheltenham can still get snarled up. So set out early if you can Coming by road use M4/M5 southbound to junction 18(Avonmouth) then follow signs A4 Bristol airport It looks the long way round but its quicker. Not a good idea to use M4/M32 YOU WILL GET LOST and its friday night rush hours Parking is normally in the streets around the area as long as you are there by 16:30pm please don't block drive ways or park on corners. Parking tickets were handed out for our last match against Sheffield United. Looks like train travel is NOT an option,unless your coming in from one of the stations in the Bristol areaIf you do use the train from where ever,please get the tickets issued to Parson Street as its push's up the footfall at the station although it is the same price as Bristol Temple meads Till Ashton gate halt comes on line. When you approach the ground from the winterstoke road direction I suggest you walk past wickes using the pavement as the concourse area behind the big new stand gets very congested with bodies UNLESS YOU WANT TO SEE THE JOHN ATYEO STATUE Split train tickets are available to Bristol from the London area as well as from Swansea/Cardiff area and group save is also availble on GWR trains, If there are at least three of you get a taxi from the Bristol Temple meads to the ground Make sure the taxi driver drops you in the Ashton Road end as it a very long walk round from the other end Casualty and Holby City were filmed in the City don't ask me about either of the programmes cos I think their both rubbish The young ones was also filmed in the BS7 area of the City(actually its Bishopston) Finally the block of flats on the left behind the dolman stand side as you are in the away end is "the" block of flats in "fools and horses" If your into your "STREET ART" there is loads to see in the Ashton area as we have just celebrated the upfest in BS3 Bring your camera and turn up early if you want to take any photo's Pubs possibly best one are in the cumberland road basin area novia scotia pump house and the cottage. Leave your car there and walk to the ground Buy your match day programme before you enter the away end. BBC Radio station is radio Bristol which has frequencies and 94:9 and DAB and 95:5. In 2017/18 3,106 aston villa fans visited Ashton Gateand the season before 2,551 villa fans made the trip I see the allocation this season is 2,700 and I don't think this will be changed A final reminder that there has been no pay on the day for any away fans this season or last season I don't think that will be changed,so please buy your tickets in advance Can you please circulate to other aston villa forums and message boards as well as other aston villa followers If you want any further local info,don't be afraid to ask.
  5. CraigyAVFC1987

    Parking

    Does anybody have any ideas of where is good to park tonight ? Thanks ?
  6. I think we had a topic like this before, but had a quick search and looks like its been pruned. I was discussing this with my mate last weekend who said by February he would be ticking off countries 49 and 50 when he visits Macedonia and Kosovo (is that recognised officially?). It made me think about myself and disappointingly my total stands at 31. I attribute this to going back to countries multiple times recently that I know I will like (Egypt 4 times and Thailand 4 times for example). So what is your number, and what countries are they (if you keep a list). I know there are some very well travelled people on here, so will be interesting to see. I'll put my list up later, as got to go out now for a few hours.
  7. Xela

    2016 Holiday Plans

    Well, its that time again for my annual thread So, what has everyone got planned for 2016? I'm not going to make any bold predictions this year as best laid plans of mice and men often go awry I would like to keep up my tradition of doing at least one new country per year as a minimum but aside form that, I'm not sure. Japan is still on the list as is Vienna for a weekend away, but we'll see.
  8. maqroll

    Genoa

    Anyone ever been?
  9. Marka Ragnos

    Three places you want to visit

    Where are three places you want to visit at least once before you die? Places previously visited are fine! Oh, I can't wait to see what you all post!!!!!!! As of now, mine are: South-central India. I'm still undecided about the exact location, but there are some parks south of Hyderabad that really interest me --- although, on the coast, Goa also fascinates me. Carpathian mountains. I've been interested in some of the quieter regions of eastern Europe for a long time. There are still bears and wolves in the Carpathians. Bewdley, England. Personal reasons. Obsessed.
  10. lapal_fan

    Riga - Latvia

    Anyone ever been? I think I'm going for a stag do. 2 nights £150 inc return flights/hotels. What is there to do there? I don't know anything about it other than it's the capital of Latvia
  11. Xela

    Istanbul

    My holiday plans are starting to take shape a bit more now... Belgium/Luxembourg in December and Madrid in November. Now looking at where to go in September for a long weekend with the lads. Istanbul is looking favourite at the minute... So, good people, any experiences? Biggest question is logistics. Where in such a vast city do you recommend staying? We'll be doing the sights during the day but we want to be based fairly close to a lively area for nightlife. Doesn't have to be the glitzy high end bars and clubs, i'm quite used to a bit of danger and sleaze Cheers folks
  12. Xela

    2015 Holiday Plans

    The start of December seems a good time as any to launch this annual thread. So, what has everyone got planned for 2015? Last couple of years have been a bit poor for me due to various reasons from buying a place of my own to good mates becoming parents and not having the time to go away. Want to try and remedy that in 2015. Want a few more city breaks... really fancy Reykjavik and Vienna. Also Budapest in tentatively pencilled in for March. For a main holiday then Japan and/or South Korea is high on the list (again!).
  13. lapal_fan

    2016 - a bit early :)

    Right, Had a crappy couple of days - the wifes nan died this morning after a pretty arduous 18 months of her slowly decaying in bed -it's actually quite a relief. Got a boy due in 6 days too, so thinking somewhere not too far on a plane upto 3 hours say. Somewhere warm for the wife, but not too hot >30c for me - I got the choice on honeymoon destinations, chose Vegas, Chicago, Toronto & NYC. Was thinking somewhere new, but I'd go back to Italy as we only visited there once and that was for a skiing resort, so not really too Italian. Seen Sorrento and that looks nice, can do day trips to Pompeii and Vesuvius etc as well as a full day trip to Rome. any other ideas? budget of £1500. Want to book it and shove a deposit down so we've got something to look forward to next year. Already got plans to go to Octoberfest this year without the nipper, Forest of Dean in a luxury cabin (apparently) in November and in April we're doing the Beatles stuff in Lolerpool.
  14. Xela

    24 hours in Luxembourg

    Gents and the occasional lady I'm going to be in the 'Bourg for a day at some point in the near future... midday to midday. So, who has been (looking at you Tony) and what can I expect and what can I do in the time? I'll be in the main Luxembourg City. From quick glances online, it seems to be very pretty (the Old Town at least) and the nightlife sounds pretty decent, if a little pricy. Cheers
  15. Xela

    2013 Holiday Plans

    So what are your 2013 holiday plans? There have been quite a few threads about your favourite cities and travel experiences but what does the year ahead bring? For me.. off to Thailand and Hong Kong in 10 days. Only a whistle stop break though... 5 days in each as i'm meeting up with a mate who is travelling around Asia. Not sure about the rest of the year. Got lots of ideas but I'm at the age now where lots of my mates are settling down and having kids so I may have to start going away on my own! I'd like to see Japan this year. Also fancy the idea of a train journey across Europe. Plus a week in the sun somewhere... maybe Barbados. Ultimately depends on what my bonus is like next month. How about you guys?
  16. daggy_333

    Kos

    Has anybody been to this part of the world before? I'm here right now, weather is beautiful, just not sure where the best parts are, any tips?
  17. ClaretMahoney

    Portland to Paulo (World Cup 2014)

    Good Day fellow VTers!! My name is Brendan and I'm a regular reader of the forums. I wanted to take a minute and let you all know about some travel plans that a few people and myself will be executing. This is NOT a commercial advertisement, think of it more like an open invitation. In January 2014 I will be driving my van from Portland, Oregon, to Sao Paulo, Brazil. I plan on spending 6 months on the road and getting to Brazil in time for the World Cup (I've been to the last 2 WC's and I'm definitely not missing the Brazilian WC!). I knew I would be doing this trip the moment a CouchSurfer from China gave me his 1984 Chevy Camper Van. It took some thought and planning but I decided that I also wanted to help others along the way to Brazil. That's when I decided that I'll be stopping at orphanages in each country to give back to the communities. That's when Portland to Paulo was born. And you're all invited to come along with me! The idea is to start a caravan of travelers to stop with us at the orphanages. We'll be donating them urgent and essential supplies as well as spending time with them and having some fun. All in all it's going to be an epic roadtrip that will help others along the way. I hope that me spreading the word will be something that pulls more people on to the trip with us. If you are interested please reply here or connect with me via Facebook or also through the project website: www.portlandtopaulo.org If you're interested and can't join us please spread the word and help get the cause out there! Thanks so much! Pura Vida -Brendan 'Avila' Mahoney
  18. theunderstudy

    Interrailing next month

    Hi all. Next month as of the 9th June, I'll be starting on an interrailing tour of mid/West Europe. I'm starting in Berlin -> Prague -> Vienna -> Bratislava -> Ljubljana -> Milan -> Nice -> Paris Youth hostelling and all in the respective cities all booked and whatnot. But just thought I'd ask for peoples recommendations for interrailing travel, their experiences, how much kit/travelling stuff they took and the best things to do in said cities without spending too much. Cheers!
  19. Shillzz

    Thailand Andaman Coast

    So I'm off on my 'big' tour of SE Asia and Australasia next year, and am looking for some advice on travelling south through the Andaman coast. I will have 14 days to get from Bankok to Kuala Lumpur, and my provisional plans are as follows: Khao Lak - Use this as a base to visit the Similan Islands and Khao Sok National Park. Krabi - Relaxation, Kayaking into the mangrove forests and a bit of rock climbing. Ko Phi Phi - Monkey Beach, Bamboo Island. Ko Lanta - Relaxation and a bit more scuba diving. Then onwards on the train to Kuala Lumpur. Would really like to visit Turutao and Langkawi (Malaysia) in the South, but i don't think i'll have time to do it all, with the transport routes between the former islands making things a bit easier. Any advice/feedback would be massively appreciated.