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Old 29-04-2006, 23:09
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We are coming out beginning of september,are any of the small supermarkets on the front open late,does any one know,as we also have late arrival,we get welcome pack,but Jane we need to get wine.
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Old 29-04-2006, 23:37
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The little liqour store next door to the Eola (by the roundabout at the marina) appears to be open all hours. It's an Aladdin's cave when it comes to alcohol of any description, with 3 floors to wander over. They also sell groceries on the ground floor, including butter, cheese, ham etc, and tinned food, toiletries and on on. Beware, the groceries are somewhat pricey compared to a supermarket, but if you're arriving at midnight, beggars can't be choosers ! They've certainly got me out of a tight spot before now.
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Old 29-04-2006, 23:53
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You will find the supermarkets along the front are open late and will be cheaper than the one next to Eolo...anything to stop lining Mr Misery's pockets the better >:
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Old 30-04-2006, 00:47
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Thanks for the replies,so soon,he is a bit of a misery,i normally hang around by the door,let the husband go in,but thats what i needed to know if some of the others are open,but if we're too late at least old miseries there as a standby,some of that alchohol looks a bit ancient,i can imagine getting gut rot from some of the colourful bottles in the baskets.
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Old 06-05-2006, 01:37
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Debz do I know this "Mr Misery's pockets"? Is he in anyway connected to Mr Chuckles of dusty bottles fame?
Oh please tell me, I'd hate to think Mr Chuckles had competition in the "torn face of PP" contest:rollin
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Old 06-05-2006, 03:15
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Robjay, This guy is turning into a legend. Can't we have T-shirts printed with his happy smiling face, with a suitable cheery comment printed:rollin
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Old 06-05-2006, 08:36
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Old 11-06-2006, 14:59
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Don't know whereabouts you are staying but the Voramar supermarket next to Corb Mari is open till 10pm. The bakery section in here is brilliant.
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Old 12-06-2006, 02:28
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Thanks joanne
we are staying in Gotmar near the leo apts i believe,where is the supermarket?,hopefully we might just make it,i bet all the goodies are gone by night time,will have to check out the bakery.
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Old 13-08-2006, 14:12
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Also the voramar, is a lot cheaper that the others we found, and like Joanne said, the bakery is fab, but will be gone at night, but they have a good selection of drinks etc, and food for you to grab, if thats what you need. !!! just head for the tex mex !!! and its there, to your left...if i remember rightly

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Debilicious,

You are correct on the location of Voramar. We use it all the time when in PP. The ladies in the bakery are great, very friendly and can speak most european languages to some extent. Some of the wines in there are in expensive but very good quality (after two bottles who cares anyway?).

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Old 14-08-2006, 02:02
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There is also a supermarket on the front - a few doors up from Burger King.(it has a tree that seems to block the entrance)It is open quite late and stocks most things and you can even get bread,milk etc quite late.It may be a little bit more expensive than Syp but hand if you are arriving late.
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