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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

jfk 4:26 Sat Jun 29
Just booked 5 days in a nice 4 star with a rooftop pool hotel. with the missus and two youngest kids (15 and 12)for five nights.
£1500 no grub accommodation and flights included mid August.

Anyone been?

Reccommendations would be appreciated.


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arsene york-hunt 1:51 Wed Jul 3
Re: Seville
Près des remparts de Séville
chez mon ami Lillas Pastia,
j'irai danser la seguedille
et boire du Manzanilla,

BRANDED 11:30 Wed Jul 3
Re: Seville
BTW. My favourite app for travelling is called culture trip. It has loads of stuff on it presented in easy chunks.
I agree that Cádiz is a more fun place to hang out but not sure about a family trip.

Gavros 11:28 Wed Jul 3
Re: Seville
Jerez is boring, go straight to Cadiz.

BRANDED 11:13 Wed Jul 3
Re: Seville
You can get a train to Jerez to visit a Bodega and taste Sherry. Cádiz is another half hour away and really worth visiting. It has a beach too. I loved Seville but got a little bit tired of it after theee days but can’t really work out why.
Food, wine, architecture and weather is excellent.

jakehammer 2:00 Wed Jul 3
Re: Seville
when we were in portugal, we took a daytrip by car to seville and like comma said, the archtecture is stunning.
a beautiful city indeed.
like me, you might not like bullfighting, but you should take a tour of the bullring in the city as it is stunning. beautiful architecture, even if the "sport" is barbaric, so go when it's empty in that case.
theres also good tapas places in the city and nice beaches not too far away as well.

BRANDED 5:48 Mon Jul 1
Re: Seville
Drink sherry and tell the family to fuck off.

Blunders 2:33 Mon Jul 1
Re: Seville
very nice city, but as others have said, EL SCORCHIO !!!!

Alwaysaniron 1:53 Mon Jul 1
Re: Seville

Mid August!

Take factor 100 with you and pray to God they don't have a power cut thus cutting off aircon.

Lovely city but you'll fry. Temp regularly goes above 40c in August.

Gavros 1:00 Mon Jul 1
Re: Seville
Some good jamon, tomato salad and a bit of good bread and youre more or less done as far as im concerned.

I like Andalucia far more than the rest of Spain.

tanman 12:50 Mon Jul 1
Re: Seville
I went in March and it was about 25 degrees so in August if you try sun bathing you will feel like you are in an oven. Very cheap food and local wine there though. We had a rooftop pool too, quite easy to walk around there, you cant really go wrong in terms of food. Try some Iberico ham there as cheaper than over here.

Manuel 6:49 Sun Jun 30
Re: Seville
Norman had your number.

jfk 6:27 Sun Jun 30
Re: Seville
I'm not the one who has a dig at anyone who posts something positive.
Facebook,family shit,lonely cunt? What are you on about?
I suggest you get some kip or mum won't be doing you dippy eggs in a few hours.

Manuel 6:12 Sun Jun 30
Re: Seville
You ARE a cunt, no striking about it. Btw, this is not facebook, so fuck off with all the personal family shit. Lonely cunt.

jfk 5:46 Sun Jun 30
Re: Seville

You strike me as a bit of a cunt.Every post you make is a snide one..
Pull out of it or fuck off.Wanker.

Manuel 5:19 Sun Jun 30
Re: Seville
costahammer 10:44 Sat Jun 29

You sound extremely excited. Bless.

Hammer and Pickle 12:09 Sun Jun 30
Re: Seville
You might want to be civil.

costahammer 10:44 Sat Jun 29
Re: Seville
Beautiful City, take your sun screen as silly hot this time of year!!

Just lovely to walk around the town taking it all in, with the Gothic Temple (cathedral) and also Alcázar Gardens plus other bits!

Plenty of wonderful tapas bars along with other restaurants.. .. the one i used to go in i can´t remember the name but had a load of stuffed bulls heads on the walls!..food was great!!

For the kids you can take to Isla Mágica theme park!

Also about 10 minutes out of the town there´s a great zoo called Mundo Park!!

You can cruise up the Guadalquivir River

Great City!!

Sarge 10:17 Sat Jun 29
Re: Seville
We're in a hotel just back from the barossa beach around then. Went last year

Totally unspoilt - beautiful sunsets.

Cadiz 30 mins away from us. Can also recommend it for the day.

Kaiser Zoso 9:40 Sat Jun 29
Re: Seville
Jimmy Seville

Hammer and Pickle 9:25 Sat Jun 29
Re: Seville
Swivel grapes.

jfk 7:44 Sat Jun 29
Re: Seville
JR's comment was very good. Nice one Royal.

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