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Offline blaggers

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« on: March 05, 2008 »
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  • We have recently returned from our regular stay in The Harbour Club and left just before the Wine Bar was due to move over on the Sunday.

    I was just wondering if the move went smoothly and I bet the terrace was full on Sunday (for a change).

    I hope this brings more people into the Club as it was quite sad to see the tables empty after 6pm (when the bar closed).

    We did eat at 1976 a couple of times and had a brilliant meal but it didn't seem to attract many and the entertainment didn't happen most nights (probably because no audience).

    The only trouble is knowing how popular the Wine Bar is, we probably will have trouble booking a table when we next come over!!

    Anyway hope all went well.

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  • whats happening to the sports centre bar is it still open for lunch??

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  • I think Adam might be making a big mistake moving down there, its an open view from the road and I for one get the feeling it will be like setting in a goldfish bowl with people walking past starring at you. I know others feel the same way I  much prefer the confines  of the sports centre       
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  • If you are that shy, then go and sit inside as they have decorated the inside restaurant very nicely.

    I for one am looking forward to sitting on the terrace overlooking Gomera whilst eating a good meal.  The Wine Bar was a bit cramped and on a hot evening could get very warm.

    I suppose there will be those for and against this move so we will have to see how it goes. 


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  • don?t get me wrong I have nothing against the place,  but I did find the inside a bit small

    And  I can guess where you must have a time share
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  • No need to guess - I've already said above that I've just come back from a stay in the Harbour Club!

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  • Do you think you feel the same way if the wine bar was moving into the square or down to the oasis maybe not

    Like I said I have nothing against the harbour club but if someone is looking for a opportunity to build a business I know which one I would choose
    I would guess at the end of the day it comes down to money so he must be getting a good deal and good luck to him and his staff
    Do you think other people who only eat in the sports centre  now and then would bother to book for a Sunday dinner  a couple of days before, you must know how popular Sunday evenings were both winter and summer,           
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    john

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  • Are Trevor and Carol moving with Adam

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  • Carol is  Trevor is already working somewhere else
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    wayneinspain

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  • I to think it will not be as popular in the harbour club. Because  the people who go to the wine bar are in the older age group  and will not stand for the colourful language that comes out of some of the people who stay in the harbour club namely the kids [some not all ] before you all jump on my back . I hope I?m wrong and I wish them well time will tell