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Football Tour in April 2014

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Evening Folks,

 

I frequent this forum daily and love all your posts but don't really post myself as I rarely have anything interesting to offer!

As life long Newcastle fan from Gateshead who currently resides in Hertfordshire, (the wife - if you were wondering). I will be be bringing my Veterans football team back home to Gateshead \ Newcastle in April and would appreciate any advice about restaurants and bars to frequent. We will be a 20 strong group of 35 - 50 somethings from Hertfordshire who just want a laugh, plenty of ale and to see the splendid city I keep banging on about. We were here 2 years ago but didn't leave the Central Station area and I feel that they should see the Quayside and Bigg Market but am open to suggestions. We have a couple of gamblers in the party who like a flutter into the early hours and few single blokes open, (or desperate), for any female attention.

We have two fixtures lined up south of the river already but do need help with the entertainment.

Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

 

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Grey Street/Dean Street are probably the best areas to frequent these days if you don't want to be surround by hordes of 17 year olds. The gamblers can move onto Aspers in The Gate later on

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