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Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by PackAttackUK, Nov 21, 2008.

  1. PackAttackUK

    PackAttackUK Cheesehead

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    ...until I make my first trip to Green Bay :)

    I just wanted to run a checklist by you guys, and you can tell me if I'm missing something? I leave for Florida on Wednesday so I need to be pretty organised

    Flight to GB - Check
    Hotel in GB - Check
    Match ticket - Check
    Wooly hat - Check
    Thermal top and pants - Check
    Mittens - Check
    Scarf - Check
    Warm clothing - Check

    Anything VITAL I may have forgot?

    Also, is there anywhere in GB where I could catch the players before/after the game, for some possible photo ops?

    My match ticket is for the 5th row in the Endzone (block 132) are these okay seats?

    Cheers in advance :)
     
  2. IronMan

    IronMan Cheesehead

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    Any seat in Lambeau is a good one! Last time I was there I was in section 134 row 5, one section over from where you will be. If a Packer scores on that side of the end zone, there is a possibility you will get to see a Lambeau Leap up close and personal!

    - Don't forget your Brett Favre's steakhouse tailgate ticket!
    - In the U.S. we say "game" instead of "match" So if you ask someone if they are going to the "match", they may not know what you are talking about. LOL

    See you there!
     
  3. yooperfan

    yooperfan Cheesehead

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    Don't forget a good pair of warm swampers.
     

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