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Grosjean or Andalucía?

ubrunjensen
10-05-2003, 11:50 AM
:( Right, Eurosport must be doing this on purpose!
They totally ignore Tokyo, then they decide to show tennis from Lyon - THE SAME WEEK I'M AWAY ON HOLIDAY!!! Is this fair I ask?
I've always wanted to travel around Andalucía, always been in love with everything Spanish (except for the bullfights), and I really can't wait to go this Wednesday -
But why on earth the bad timing?
My first glimpse of Gorsjean since Wimbledon and to no use, coz I'm in Andalucía..! Sure it's a luxury problem for me, but I'm sure you guys understand my dilemma.
Anyway, best of luck to Grosjean in Lyon :kiss:

esther
10-05-2003, 01:39 PM
oh god...ubrunjensen, i was in MALAYSIA DURING AUSTRALIAN OPEN...do you know how godamn painful that was...and was in england just before during DC (!) and some other important things that were happening here...so yeah i really understand ur dilemma but Andalucía will be amazing...have heaps of fun and try not to think about tennis!! (altho i know it will be hard lol)

Lizan
10-05-2003, 02:14 PM
Abrunjensen, it's definitly beautiful in Andalucia, I was there last summer, it's really gorgious.. You have to go to Sevilla. It's an amazing city.. And I don't know if you go there, but we were at a camping nearby Antequera, and it was so great overthere, can't miss it!! If I could I would go back in a minute!! But not possible, as I'm a poor student :awww:

About the tournament you will miss... Don't you have anybody to tape the thing?? aunt, grandfather, friends? But I know what you mean, I was on my hollidays too when there was finally a tourney on telli, and you don't know how much I love to see Seb play if u know what I mean :p.. Ow maybe you do!! :D I actually guess you do!!

But Have a great time there, which I think isn't so difficult.. :music: FLAMENCO!!

Lizan
10-05-2003, 02:27 PM
BTW for the Aussies and the Americans who are 16, I was just thinking, is it right that you can drive overthere with an age of 16?? Ah Esther you are 16 right?? DO you have your driverslicense?? Sorry for the offtopic :topic: but I just thought about it and I like to know!! :drive:

ubrunjensen
10-05-2003, 03:47 PM
You damn right I will enjoy my holiday!
I once visited Granada during Easter and the Alhambra is definitely the most beautiful building I ever saw! Never been to Seville so I am looking forward to seing it with my own eyes. Antequera? Must remember your advice, Lizan.
Unfortunately I don't know anyone who can watch tennis and tape it for me, extremely annoying. But maybe it's time to remember that tennis (Grosjean, that is) isn't life?
And when I hit the sandy beaches of Costa del Sol and finally see almond groves and orange trees again I just know I will forget completely about tennis!
So have a great week with Lyon, everybody, and I'll catch up with the news when I get back.

Lindsayfan
10-05-2003, 03:50 PM
Grosjean is always there (Andalucia too LOL) but I think if u have the chance to travel it's much better than staying home watching tennis!So go to Spain without regrets! :yeah:

Alison
10-05-2003, 04:30 PM
After looking at the schedule for Eurosport and the amount of tennis from Lyon they will be showing,I can definately say you'll not be missing anything :rolleyes: There won't even be any on until Thursday :eek: and I just know it won't be Seb's match :(

Enjoy your holiday,I know I would :) Have a great time :cool:

esther
10-05-2003, 11:29 PM
lizan- yeah techically i can start driving now...you get your 'Learners' when you are 16, and can drive but only if you are with an adult...you can only drive alone when you get your 'Permit's' when you are over 18!

ubrunjensen
10-06-2003, 10:19 AM
Thank you, everybody, I will enjoy my holiday!
You know, I'm only joking when I say I don't know which to choose, Grosjean or travelling around Andalucía...tennis may be a great spectator sport, and Grosjean a very nice Frenchman to watch, but going away on holiday for 8 days, in the Spanish sun, drinking sangría, visiting moorish buildings, eating tapas...
Not really a difficult choice to make!
I hope you all enjoy Grand Prix de Lyon, even if they don't show any until Thursday!