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    Quote Originally Posted by Irishraven View Post
    I have no idea how to get to where we were last year (tailgating) - if anyone can message me some details that would be super!
    It's at the corner of Peach & West Streets, no numbered street address for a GPS. You can find it on GPS across the street from the Sharp-Leadenhall Elementary School, 150 W West St, Baltimore, MD.

    If you are coming by Light Rail, just walk away from the stadium under the I-395 viaducts. Walk past the Ravens stuff vendors & turn left at the first intersecting street, which is West Street. Walk about 100 feet, look to your right.
    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).




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    Re: 2010 - trip thread Irish / Browns

    I am just on the other side of the building from T, Greg and FPR. I will find you since I check in with these guys before each game at their tailgate.

    Remember: Ice Luge cometh




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    Super! Thanks guys!!!




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    Can't believe that this day next week I'll be making my way to College Park for the Terps game followed by a nice little drive to Baltimore's Inner Harbour!!

    Can't wait to see everyone on Sunday morning!! Fingers crossed it will be to see the ravens go 3-0!




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    I have arrived!!! :-)




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    Re: 2010 - trip thread Irish / Browns

    Quote Originally Posted by Irishraven View Post
    I have arrived!!! :-)
    We should be in our lot by 9:30. The Ice House doesn't open until 9am (luge).





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    Re: 2010 - trip thread Irish / Browns

    Quote Originally Posted by TOEMAN View Post
    We should be in our lot by 9:30. The Ice House doesn't open until 9am (luge).

    What way(s) can we support the 'Ice Luge' team? They were very kind to us last time and that kindness should be re-paid if we can!

    The same sentiment goes to all the people who are the true Ravens - 24*7 / Tailgate crew / Toe & Ben et.al.

    Please find a way of us showing our thanks for your efforts?
    "We ain't stinking Redskins fans in this Town sonny!"




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    Quote Originally Posted by UKRaven View Post
    Please find a way of us showing our thanks for your efforts?
    Gordon brought my favorite product from the UK other than ale: Cadbury.
    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).




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    Re: 2010 - trip thread Irish / Browns

    I agree with T. I appreciate the Red Dragon flag and Hull flag. Susan is still loving her Cadbury Flakes. I still have some Johnny Walker left from Gordon's trip last year.
    I think I will bring it on Sunday.




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    Re: 2010 - trip thread Irish / Browns

    Gordon brought me some Mr. Porky's pork scratchings and I'm a happier (and fatter) man because of it.




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    Re: 2010 - trip thread Irish / Browns

    You would have been proud of the ice luge team yesterday!!! I have a nice picture of UK Ravens and their ice sled.

    On another note, my buddy mentioned this to me yesterday. I am thinking the Ravens at Wembley the next day?

    Notre Dame, Navy to play in Ireland in 2012Email Print Associated Press

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Notre Dame and Navy will play in Dublin, Ireland, in 2012.

    Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk says Aviva Stadium will be the site for the 86th meeting between the Fighting Irish and Midshipmen.

    The $410 million stadium opened in May and has a seating capacity of 50,000.




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    Re: 2010 - trip thread Irish / Browns

    Quote Originally Posted by TOEMAN View Post
    You would have been proud of the ice luge team yesterday!!! I have a nice picture of UK Ravens and their ice sled.

    On another note, my buddy mentioned this to me yesterday. I am thinking the Ravens at Wembley the next day?

    Notre Dame, Navy to play in Ireland in 2012Email Print Associated Press

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Notre Dame and Navy will play in Dublin, Ireland, in 2012.

    Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk says Aviva Stadium will be the site for the 86th meeting between the Fighting Irish and Midshipmen.

    The $410 million stadium opened in May and has a seating capacity of 50,000.
    It would be tough to get the amount of people from Ireland to London overnight. Plus they'd like to get people to stay in hotels overnight to spend $$$'s.

    However if ND are in Dublin and the Ravens NOT at Wembley we have a game to go to.

    This should be on a new thread.
    "We ain't stinking Redskins fans in this Town sonny!"




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