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    Re: NFL International Series 2012 - Rams v Patriots - Ticket News

    Originally posted by tiger1971 View Post
    I'm not sure you want to be staying in the hotels around Wembley, its not the nicest place in London to visit.
    Speaking of places to visit, since the game is followed by a bye week, and since apparently Brad and Amendola like to frequent some musical events, may we offer for your entertainment the following:

    Wishbone Ash, at the Mick Jagger Centre, Oct. 26, 2012;
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall, Oct. 27, 2012
    Lionel Ritchie, at O2, Oct. 28, 2012;
    Let it Be Musical, Prince of Wales Theatre, Oct. 29, 2012
    Django Django, at Heaven Night Club, Oct. 31, 2012;
    ZZ Top, at The Horns, Nov. 1, 2012
    Dr. Feelgood, at Assembly Hall, Nov. 2, 2012

    PS: Anytime at Ronnie Scott's in Soho
    ...
    Last edited by adarian_too; -04-23-2012, 12:38 PM.

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      Re: NFL International Series 2012 - Rams v Patriots - Ticket News

      I forgot to respond in this thread - block 524

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