At the stadium, at home, or at a bar? (1 Viewer)

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#42
Not 24 hours a day, but it just depends on which places are open. There's no law about what times alcohol can be sold though

There are specialised liquor stores, you can't just pick it up in a supermarket :)
 

nina

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Feb 18, 2001
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#48
At the stadium, doesn't have to be Delle Alpi, anyother in Italy will do the job as well, BUT those are treats rather than a week-in-week-out actions. I usually watch at home; when there's a big match I go to a friend's house (he has a mega big screen :lick: ) where a bunch of us gather and then cheer/yell/pillow fight/provoke/etc one another :D
 
Jan 7, 2004
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#49
++ [ originally posted by nina ] ++
At the stadium, doesn't have to be Delle Alpi, anyother in Italy will do the job as well, BUT those are treats rather than a week-in-week-out actions. I usually watch at home; when there's a big match I go to a friend's house (he has a mega big screen :lick: ) where a bunch of us gather and then cheer/yell/pillow fight/provoke/etc one another :D
nothing better than watchin it with friends. i remember the worLd cup. the games started at 12 pm. we, about 8 people, went to a friends house since 8.30 and pLayed nba Live tiLl the game started
 

swag

L'autista
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Sep 23, 2003
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#51
++ [ originally posted by Don Bes ] ++


21? ouch. here u have to be 19
Ah, but those are Canadian years. With the exchange rate, we're really only talking about 15 and change. ;)
 

survivor

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Dec 29, 2002
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#53
I love watching it at home with a can of beer in my left hand and a remote control in my right always ready to switch to other matches on other channels. There are always 3-4 matches at the same time.

I went to bar with friends sometimes. The atmostphere is good.
 

Ali

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Jul 15, 2002
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#56
I watch most Juve & serie A matches on RAI International = RAI 3 at home. I only know of one other Juve fan & sometimes we catch a game together & it's always fan.

++ [ originally posted by Gandalf ] ++
it depends on who we are playing.. if it is a big match.. against a big team.. I don't watch it at home.. I go to the coffee shop where all football fans gather and smoke "sheesha".. great atmosphere..

if it's against a small team I watch it at home coz they won't be showing it in the coffee shop..

I wish I can go to the stadium and see the matches LIVE..
I went to this Turkish joint called TCHE TCHE at Bur Dubai to watch a Juventus game. A cultured little place with classy architecture & friendly waiters. It as really cool. Everyone was smoking sheesha.

++ [ originally posted by nina ] ++
At the stadium, doesn't have to be Delle Alpi, anyother in Italy will do the job as well, BUT those are treats rather than a week-in-week-out actions. I usually watch at home; when there's a big match I go to a friend's house (he has a mega big screen :lick: ) where a bunch of us gather and then cheer/yell/pillow fight/provoke/etc one another :D
This would be the next best thing after watching in a stadium.
 

Dragon

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Apr 24, 2003
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#58
++ [ originally posted by Graham ] ++

I've been driving since around then :LOL:
That can also be done here!!

And the best thing of all is that you really can drive without a license here for a long time (a year and up) and a cop wont stop you ever
 

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