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  1. Re: London plans



    Quote Originally Posted by lobachevsky View Post
    Sorry so late, FPR. You may not remember me, as I don't remember you- but I am a longlost Crow-Magnon & RSR-ist, absent all last season for a variety of reasons, none terribly pleasant.

    As it happens I will be in Prague on game weekend & am seriously considering kipping over on Saturday & back late Sunday or early Monday. Clearly I won't need your total package, but could you (or anyone else) advise on how to check ticket availability & prices before I start haunting skyscanner.com & hotels.com for transport & lodging? I'm leaving for NYC on Monday morning & flying out of JFK Tuesday night, so time is of the essence unless I can make derangements electronically.

    If I can't menage it, I'll spend that afternoon cheering on the purple&black at a sports bar ~100 m off Wenceslas Square in my colormatched regalia - but it'd be a damn shame to miss out if I can, no?

    Any suggestions from anyone (beyond "get stuffed, loser")? Thanx in advance.
    There are still tickets avaiable at facevalue on www.ticketmaster.co.uk. We made our arrangements before we knew of FPRs great offer on Expedia.com for flight and hotel downtown. Still hoping to meet at least of few of you in London!

    Best regards from Germany

    RFG





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    Re: London plans

    My wife and I are planning to head to the Admiralty on Trafalgar Square on Saturday night between 6 and 8. That's where all the Ravens official stuff is going on, and Fells Point Raven has a private event going on there too.

    Pregame, we are looking to get to the Green Man pub/hotel near the stadium by around 10:30. I joined the UK Ravens Facebook group, and there are a lot of our British brethren are planning to head over there. We may also head back there after the game.

    We are actually staying all week. One guy on the UK Ravens forum is trying to arrange a private room for watching the Ravens/Steelers the following Sunday, so we are getting in on that. Otherwise, apparently the best place to see all the NFL games in London is at the Hippodrome Casino.

    So that's our story. Hope to finally meet a few of you over there!
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    Re: London plans

    I'm flying out tomorrow with the WNST trip.
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    Re: London plans

    Leaving tomorrow afternoon. Saturday evening at the UK Ravens party (include's Fells Point Ravens' party which I joined) at the Admiralty, where we are hoping for cameo appearances by Ravens alumni. Sunday morning "tailgate" type party at the beer gardens of The Green Man Pub, near Wembley Stadium.

    Check out more London plans at the London Roll Call discsussion https://forum.russellstreetreport.co...ndon-roll-call
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