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Was wondering if anyone got any good suggestions on what to do in Newcastle this Saturday/Sunday/Monday? It's my second time in the city (first time was in 95), and I'm really looking forward to seeing NUFC at SJP again (got tickets to the Spurs-game :o). Me and my girlfriend are staying at a hotel located in the centre of the city, and we're planning on doing some shopping. I know there's the MetroCentre and the Eldon Centre. Any shops or restaurants worth recommending?

 

Thanks in advance :lol:

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

 

aye, we're all cosmopolitan us lot like :lol:

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

 

aye, we're all cosmopolitan us lot like :lol:

Take him to The Felling! :o

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

 

aye, we're all cosmopolitan us lot like :lol:

Take him to The Felling! <_<

 

<_< he will be made very welcome...loads of foreigners around here these days :o

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

 

aye, we're all cosmopolitan us lot like :lol:

Take him to The Felling! :D

 

<_< he will be made very welcome...loads of foreigners around here these days :o

You're inviting, Radg? <_<

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

Ah, I was thinking shops with 'mens fashion' and 'ladies fashion'. Is there any special streets we should look for?

 

Regarding restaurants; The only criteria we have is that it's located in the centre of the city. Do you know any websites with restaurant-rewievs etc.?

 

Cheers

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

Ah, I was thinking shops with 'mens fashion' and 'ladies fashion'. Is there any special streets we should look for?

 

Regarding restaurants; The only criteria we have is that it's located in the centre of the city. Do you know any websites with restaurant-rewievs etc.?

 

Cheers

 

http://www.toontastic.net/board/index.php?showtopic=15553

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

Ah, I was thinking shops with 'mens fashion' and 'ladies fashion'. Is there any special streets we should look for?

 

Regarding restaurants; The only criteria we have is that it's located in the centre of the city. Do you know any websites with restaurant-rewievs etc.?

 

Cheers

 

http://www.toontastic.net/board/index.php?showtopic=15553

Just what I was looking for, thanks :lol:

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

 

aye, we're all cosmopolitan us lot like :lol:

Take him to The Felling! :security:

 

<_< he will be made very welcome...loads of foreigners around here these days :o

You're inviting, Radg? <_<

:D You and your good lady are welcome in my neck of the woods anytime

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

Ah, I was thinking shops with 'mens fashion' and 'ladies fashion'. Is there any special streets we should look for?

 

Regarding restaurants; The only criteria we have is that it's located in the centre of the city. Do you know any websites with restaurant-rewievs etc.?

 

Cheers

 

Geordie Jeans and Greggs tbh.

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Depends on what kind of shopping you like, what sort of food and how pricey/ posh etc etc.

 

Theres something for everyone really.

Ah, I was thinking shops with 'mens fashion' and 'ladies fashion'. Is there any special streets we should look for?

 

Regarding restaurants; The only criteria we have is that it's located in the centre of the city. Do you know any websites with restaurant-rewievs etc.?

 

Cheers

 

Geordie Jeans and Greggs tbh.

He he, was watching that the other day, brilliant :o

 

Greggs is a must :lol:

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