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DurbsBRONZE Member
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Shamelessly poached from Pooka's video post, by I think i'll go, so it therefore merits it's own thread wink

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It's a french convention in the middle south of france, into the montains, really nicefull


19 to 21 october,
5euro for camping, breakfast and spectacles.


friday 19:
in the afternoon, spinners welcome,
about 19 H 00 : apro, with the famous "Nico'punch" !

saturday 20
spinning initiation and workshop
on night:
open stage,
fire perform by Lara Castiglioni,
solos of J and Ben of the Compagnie des Tapis Volants,
inside concert by Swing Maboul (jazz tzigane) and juggle...


sunday 21
juggle and spinning !
juggle games...

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Key things that stick out there:
5 euros, for camping, breakfast and the shows!!
It's in the South of France

Spank my butt-cheeks if that isn't a good deal.
And the French are lovely.
I know, I met some once.

Rinse it out (and ting)

PS. As far as my rubbish french can work out, that name's a pun on the location (Mirabel and Balcon), and I think "mire" can be translated as "woo" in and olde-worlde stylee, so it's like a version of Romeo and Juliet's balcony seen only with juggling. Possibly.

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DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Cool smile

Can't wait - do I need to bring a tent or are people sleeping indoors?

G - you still coming to this?

Yay biggrin

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Posted:
The 2 solutions are possible. wink

DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Cool - just need to know whether to pack a tent smile
EasyJet charge per bag, so trying to get everything into one - toys, tent, clothes etc for a week.
And I have a lot of toys wink
*sigh* Pesky cajon...

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PooKaSILVER Member
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Posted:
some of us have really big tent.... I can ask theim for a free place....

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Posted:
Am I still coming to this? ubblol
Most deffinately Mr Durbs. I'm heading to Paris next Thursday and then down to Montpellier on Monday 15. Are you bringing a Strugnell?

You can spend hours playing with minutes!

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DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Thankfully no wink

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DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
*leaves a week tomorrow*
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Woot.

I'll pack stuff then see if there's space for a tent. If not, i'll go for the sharing option smile

Oh - is it going to be hot/cold/warm/wet?
No idea what clothes to wear...

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YvAnjourneyman
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Location: toulon, montpellier, birmingham


Posted:
the weather.....erf....hum


it's going to be not really worm...because it's located in the montain...not very high, but enought...!!!

also, the weather is good in montpellier in this moment

you should take good closes in case of bad weather, but not a lot, there is a gimnasium

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hope you ve got the information you want



see ya

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DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Arse - SNCF train strike planned for the 18th October - of all the days to choose... angry
Not sure what'll happen if they do - apparently my ticket will be valid on the 19th (but not reserved), plus I don't know what time i'd actually arrive, and it means sorting out somewhere to stay in Geneva for a night...

Poo.

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PooKaSILVER Member
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Posted:
Like Yvan said, about the weather, you should take a good sweater (nights are cold), and maybe something for the rain (it's not supposed to rain, but nothing shure...)

just let us know when you arrive!!!!!





yvan: I should be at Peyrou on tuesday night (earlier than last time!) hope to see you there!!!!! and I'm free this week, so let me know If you are moving down town beerchug biggrin

DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
D'accord - je vais trouvers les details en queleque minutes, donc j'espere qu'il sera des trains au montpellier Jeudi. Si non, je peux prendre le train jusqu'a Valence Vendredi...

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PooKaSILVER Member
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Posted:
Ok, but we talked with yvan yesterday, and train in France are really good, and there is no problem to find train even if there is strike planned!

(it's like if there are 4 train only one won't work, the 3 others will be ok...) biggrin

DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Really?
Cos i spoke to the train company yesterday and they said there wouldn't be ANY trains on the 18th...

Hmmmm.

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DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Alors



Je crois que je peux arriver en Valence a 13:15 Vendredi.

Je vais verifier au gare en Geneve, mais le website d'SNCF dit que ce lignes fonctiones assez normalement le 19eme.



I need to practise more french...



A Vendredi biggrin tongueoi:

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YvAnjourneyman
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Location: toulon, montpellier, birmingham


Posted:
you jocking umm

your french is clearly ok, as good as my english

hehe

so, i think you've got best informations than us about the train....
the best way for us is to catch you on the way. in fact Valence is up to the convention, so, it's preferably for us if you can move to a village or little town.
there is some: -Livron sur Drome
-Loriol sur Drome
-Saulce sur Rhone
-Montelimar

all these towns are close to the motorway comin to the convention.
let me you if you can do it.

other thing, we have plan to move from montpellier in the beginning of the after-noon the 19th, so we will be close to the towns above around one ish or two.


hope you've got everything you need


let me no if there is an issue




see ya biggrin

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DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Cool - which is town is best?

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PooKaSILVER Member
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Posted:
montelimar is as far as valence, but more in the north so valence should be better, or the other town are OK for us, but a little bit more complicated for you...

I just send you a PM before to have a look on this topic,
so 13:15 is a little bit too early, between 15:00 and 17:00 should be better...

YvAnjourneyman
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Location: toulon, montpellier, birmingham


Posted:
for me the best is montelimar...

it's shorter and easier for us....try to check that, if you can't, reply as soon as possible...


Yvan

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PooKaSILVER Member
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Posted:
redface I confused the two cities...................



sorry,sorry,sorry! ooooops

YvAnjourneyman
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Location: toulon, montpellier, birmingham


Posted:
no worries juliette biggrin



durbs, if you can arrive to montelimar train station during the after-noon it will be great.

let me know...you ve got my phone in case and G's one two.


see ya soon dude

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Posted:
fu**ing strikeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

mad

Anais may not come! arggggggggggggg

i'm soooo sad!

I need mdmayyyyyyyy in this case biggrin

See u there dudes!

I'm llanowar and poi is my art

(et vive la France!)


DurbsBRONZE Member
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Posted:
Montelimar duree 5h34m de geneve - Valence prends 3h...
En plus, mon billet pour Montpellier et valide sur la ligne a valence (au cause du greve), donc je regreet que Valance est beaucoup moins chere, et plus facile pour moi...

Erm...hmmm..

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