San Sebastian

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Donny B.
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Most people seem to be staying either in Bilbao or Santander, but has anyone got any tips for rugby friendly bars in San Sebastian?

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I watched Ireland V Argentina in 2007 in the Molly Malone - its near La Concha beach. Its still there and has big screens. Best thing to do in san Sebastian is to move from bar to bar in the old quarter.

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55th Minute wrote:I watched Ireland V Argentina in 2007 in the Molly Malone - its near La Concha beach. Its still there and has big screens. Best thing to do in san Sebastian is to move from bar to bar in the old quarter.
I was there last October and wanted to watch a Leinster match. The guy behind the bar didn't even know what rugby was, so I'd make sure to check with them beforehand.
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I'd recommend the old quarter but remember that any sort of football match will be shown ahead of anything else.

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In San Sebastián tonight (Friday), anyone know a good pub to watch the Cardiff match?

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limecat wrote:
55th Minute wrote:I watched Ireland V Argentina in 2007 in the Molly Malone - its near La Concha beach. Its still there and has big screens. Best thing to do in san Sebastian is to move from bar to bar in the old quarter.
I was there last October and wanted to watch a Leinster match. The guy behind the bar didn't even know what rugby was, so I'd make sure to check with them beforehand.
Thanks both. I've heard Bar Sport could also be worth a look

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I'd be keen to find some supporters in a bar somewhere in Santander tomorrow night. Somewhere late so that it doesn't turn into a nightclub job, as I'm travelling on my own!

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