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  • On my way to London.. (non football post)

    Well, actually in early - mid July.

    Was looking for some Rams types that might be willing to fill me in on the best places to stay, things to see, etc.

    Combining vacation with work, so I have some flexibility.

    Someone over at the nflfans board (ex rivals, ex postnet) sent me this direction.

    Would even be happy to supply some Rams gear to anyone willing to help me out.


    STL Ram Fan

  • #2
    Scotland Yes, London no.

    If you're just going to be down south I'm not a lot of help but if you're coming North of the border let me know and I'd be more than happy to make suggestions. E mail me at [email protected] if you are going to be able to get out of the smoke .

    Anyone else able to help from down south ?



    • #3
      London town (guv)

      I don't live in London but I'm down there often enough to know my way around quite well.

      Feel free to email me offlist on [email protected] if you want to put any direct questions to me. There's loads to see/do there so it really depends on what you're interested in.


      Rob (NoNameRam)


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