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  1. #16
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    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?



    Mista T, gotcha, makes sense. Just making sure other fellow fans will be there

    Sports Steve, I'll be there Thurs- Mon as well
    Waiting for the next one!!!




  2. Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    If anyone is going to San Francisco, I live there (here), and posted some tips on Scout.com about visiting the city. Thread here.

    If you have any specific questions, feel free to send me a message and I'll do my best to answer them. I'm Baltimore through and through, but I've lived in San Francisco since 2000 and know the city, for the most part, inside and out.

    Cheers.




  3. #18
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    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    T, I saw your question about transportation on the other board, I will have a rental. Hell if I had to get around the city during bay to breakers I can handle It for a football game. Also making my yearly trek to wine country if your interested. For those of you old enough too remember when the Colts played in San Fran in the 60's you would be amazed to see Kezar stadium if you can call it a stadium over by Golden Gate, also the best sushi in the world in Outer Sunset.




  4. #19

    Wink Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    Thnx PD. I may take you up on it, if we wind up going without a vehicle. I'd like to go for a week in Tahoe, and also visit friends in Napa Valley and possibly relatives in Monterrey. The missus, however, decided to start a career, which may impede some of my more grandiose travel plans, so -- assuming that we make the trip -- we may opt for just a weekend in the City. In that case: a car would be a nuisance.
    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).




  5. #20
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    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    I'm going to try and get to the San Diego game. That way I can have Thanksgiving with my son who is stationed in Miramar.




  6. #21

    Wink Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    Quote Originally Posted by TRAP View Post
    Can you get me a tic if you're going?
    Sure thing --- if I wind up going. It depends on condo availability, cheap flights, and getting game tickets from the Ravens ticket office. But note that I don't plan on buying game tickets until the Wednesday/Thursday before the game, so you may want to consider a more reliable source.
    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).




  7. #22

    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    i'm looking to get to the bolts game in november. it's an opportunity to see the ravens and visit my old stomping grounds




  8. #23

    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    Hey Guys,

    We're looking for a tailgate group in Buffalo. I bit the bullet and bought tickets through StubHub. $330 (gulp, gulp) BUT we're on the front row, 20 yard line, Ravens side. Hey, it's our anniversary so I wanted to surprise my hubby. He thinks we're in the nosebleeds. Anybody got any plans for gameday?

    Jess
    Sick and tired of transplants. If Pissburgh is so great, carry your black-lung asses back there.




  9. #24

    Wink Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    We'll do Buffalo if we get tickets (the group purchase fell apart) - we won't know for certain until the Wednesday before the game. Based on past experience, it's about a 75% probablity.

    Assuming we do, we'd likely stay at Niagara Falls or Toronto and drive down early Sunday morn. We'd be happy to hook up for tailgating.

    Do you know Buffalo's tailgate lots? esp which are cash lots? We can meet by a landmark, such as a numbered lightpole.
    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).




  10. #25

    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    For everyone going to Buffalo, I checked the Bills website. They have 2 cash lots that are open. They're Lot 2 (Corolla) and Lot 3 (Sequoia). It's $25 per vehicle and they're open 5 hrs. before kick-off.
    Sick and tired of transplants. If Pissburgh is so great, carry your black-lung asses back there.




  11. #26
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    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    I posted some info on my intro thread if anyone else is going to the Seattle game.

    http://www.ravens24x7.com/forum/show...52&postcount=4




  12. #27

    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    Quote Originally Posted by mavhimself View Post
    i'm looking to get to the bolts game in november. it's an opportunity to see the ravens and visit my old stomping grounds
    Let me know- I'll be at the San Diego game for sure! It's a simple drive down the 5!
    Kinda wanna go to Seattle as well..
    "Sorry officer, nothing wrong here. I'm just watching the Ravens game!"




  13. #28

    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    I am going to SF with about 30 people, for most of the group it will be their first road trip. We will be staying in Union square with easy access to all areas of the city as well as the "Stick".

    We are flying out of Philly---very cheap direct flights. We got our tickets through the 49ers several months ago $59 a piece. Cannot wait to go. We will travel Thursday AM, returning Monday. While the wife's go to NAPA, we will probably do a pub crawl through SF, focusing on Union Square (Lefty O'Doul's), Haight Ashbury, the No Name Bar across the bay in SF as well as a few local pubs in North Beach.

    We will definitely not be driving.

    Any suggestions for good sports pubs with local flavor, not something like an ESPN zone, would be appreciatted. Lokking forward to catching up with RAVEN Nation on the road.




  14. #29

    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    It seems like a lot of Ravens fans are going to San Fran. Is there a particular area where Ravens fans will be tailgating before the game? Can't wait until October 7th!




  15. #30

    Re: Road Trips next season? San Fran, Buffalo?

    Ed-

    I was out in San Fran a few years ago and we went to a Sports Bar called Knuckles. I think it was downtown. Brick building, had a rock climber hanging off the side. Typical sports bar. Lots of TVs, memoribilia. One thing I couldn't get used to was watching football so early. Out here on the east coast, we're all geared up with Beer and Wings. Out there, it's steak and eggs.
    Sick and tired of transplants. If Pissburgh is so great, carry your black-lung asses back there.




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