Catalan Information

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Musekid
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Catalan Information

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Hi everyone,

long time reader but first time poster. I was just after a bit of advice.

I'm on holiday in Barcelona and planning to get the train to and from the game. The last train back to Barcelona leaves at 21.23.

With the game starting at 7 I feel that might cut things a little close, does anyone have any advice at what time I may have to leave to get the train and which method might be best?

Thanks
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Musekid wrote:Hi everyone,

long time reader but first time poster. I was just after a bit of advice.

I'm on holiday in Barcelona and planning to get the train to and from the game. The last train back to Barcelona leaves at 21.23.

With the game starting at 7 I feel that might cut things a little close, does anyone have any advice at what time I may have to leave to get the train and which method might be best?

Thanks
You'd be as well staying overnight somewhere local to Perpignan!
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Doesn't the game kick off at 6pm local time

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EDINBURGH-WARRI​OR​ wrote:Doesn't the game kick off at 6pm local time

Regards , EW
Yes ????
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haha thanks EW! I now feel a bit stupid but no change there! Just glad i can enjoy my first catalan away trip properly now!
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There are 11 coaches transferring Wigan fans with CST alone!

Don't know how many Mayfair are taking or how many independents but it's looking like a very good following ????????????⚪️
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Musekid wrote:haha thanks EW! I now feel a bit stupid but no change there! Just glad i can enjoy my first catalan away trip properly now!
No problem mate . Always a fantastic day / weekend.

We head out from Edinburgh on Wednesday return on Sunday staying in Perpignan.

Regards , EW
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Rogues said on RLFans Mayfair have another four coaches going from Spain to add to the 11 CST coaches and the club has sold around 1700 tickets.

Just need the weather and the team to turn up now :D
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