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  • TheBritishRam
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    I forgot to respond in this thread - block 524

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  • adarian_too
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    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, 11:38 AM.

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  • Thompo
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    Originally posted by ramstiles View Post
    looks like I'm on the wrong side I'm in block 503 row 17
    I'm in block 503 row 32, can't wait for it. Went to 1st game at wembley in 2007 between dolphins and giants but while I enjoyed it, it just wasn't the same not being a fan of either team. Said then I would only go back if it was the Rams and I was well pleased to hear the news of them coming. Should be a good weekend!!

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  • ramstiles
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    looks like I'm on the wrong side I'm in block 503 row 17

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  • tiger1971
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    I've stated on another thread but I've got 2 tickets for Block 529. See you there!

    Hull, Yorkshire & England

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  • FilthyMcNasty
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    Another Hull Rams fan, amazing.

    Just booked...

    BK 117
    Row 32

    Seats 148 - 147

    See you there folks.

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  • tiger1971
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    I'm not sure you want to be staying in the hotels around Wembley, its not the nicest place in London to visit.

    When I manage to secure some tickets I'll be bokking a hotel near Kings Cross / Euston, its on the same tube line (I think) and it only takes about 20 minutes or so to travel from there to Wembley.

    Would be great to meet some fellow Rams fans at the match. I'm hoping to take my brother who is a Redskins fan lol, he better hurry up and make his mind up though!

    Hull, Yorkshire & England

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  • ramstiles
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    The Rams should be quite at home at wembley with all those red seats LOL

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  • adarian_too
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    To truely make it an event or two or three worth remembering, one might consider hiring out a room at the Chatham House for a dinner with full catering. Conveniently near the Piccadilly Circus tube station which is on the Piccadilly and Bakerloo Underground lines.

    Reservations for a room hire can be made at +44 (0)20 7314 2764 ...

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  • RamDez
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    hotels map and stadium

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  • RamDez
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    Hotel booked, changed to the Quality Hotel, next to the stadium. Train booked as well

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  • adarian_too
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    Originally posted by RamDez View Post
    What is the price of the Premium club seats then? I thought £105 was bad enough
    What's a few quid when you factor in no flight expenses to the Arch ??

    London calling to the faraway towns
    Now war is declared, and battle come down
    London calling to the underworld
    Come out of the cupboard, you boys and girls

    - The Clash :<>

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  • tomahawk247
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    I just checked the view on the Wembley website, and it looks awesome! So glad i waited to buy these seats!

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  • tomahawk247
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    Originally posted by RamDez View Post
    got into block 226 ............ 50 yard line

    Am there baby Now we just need to organise the ClanRam Banners
    Nice! I wanted to try for sideline, but for the side i wanted to be on that would have been block 201. I thought they had probably already gone so didn't want to lose my block 203 seats!

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  • rammer74
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    Block 204, yeah i believe that under the arch is the home side sooooooooooooo excited

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