Getting up early / Arriving late?

The World Cup 2006 in Germany

Getting up early / Arriving late?

 
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Postby lumphead » 10 Apr 2006 09:35

how much is the coach for england games?sorry berni but i cant be arsed to go looking through the forum for answer,being lazy.
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Postby berni23 » 10 Apr 2006 09:37

All the prices are at http://www.worldcupcamping.com
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Postby stevo_leeds » 22 Apr 2006 15:32

Berni,
i went to the games in portugal, and want to do a similar thing in germany, we got to the host city like 10.30 for the atmosphere in the main squares. id much rather stay longer through the day if possible.
because the main squares empty out about 1.30 hours before the game, and we dont wanna miss the chnace of flying our flag in the main square, and getting on TV!

Also is there big screens outside the grounds, where we can watch if we dont manage to buy tickets?

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Postby berni23 » 22 Apr 2006 15:44

If you take our coaches you will be in the host cities for at least 8 hours.

Each city will have at least 1 large screen with public viewing.
I n Berlin there are 5 that i know of and Nike is even building a 11.000 spectators stadium.
Also any bar will have a big screen.
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Postby mrs_alan_smith » 22 Apr 2006 20:49

ooh i didnt know about the nike stadium? that in frankfurt did you say berni and will you have to pay to get in?
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Postby mrs_alan_smith » 22 Apr 2006 20:50

oh i just re read it, berlin sorry [smilie=bowdown.gif]
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Postby Defoe » 26 Apr 2006 12:55

First post... hello all!

Would agree with getting there early and leaving late. Taking in the atmosphere of the day and particularly for us ticketless lot...

We need to get in some serious drinking around the ticket negotiating...
Two Spurs, one Millwall and your token South London Man United Fan - 4 men, one campervan... lots of beer!
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Getting to Muecke or Giessen

Postby Thomaszoso » 11 May 2006 00:09

Hi Berni
I'm planning on buying an interrail ticket so I can travel as much as I want by train during the WC. And i'm wondering if it's easy to get to Muecke, I read somewhere that it was 5 km from the campsite, so it wouldn't be nice to walk every time i want to get to a city.
Any info you have about that would be nice....

// Thomas
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Postby berni23 » 11 May 2006 07:07

There is a 24/7 shuttle to the station.
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Postby Thomaszoso » 11 May 2006 14:36

Sweet, how often does it run?....every hour?, what's the cost?
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