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Magic: the Gathering in the UK

Hell yea!!!

(what's the venue, Jason?)

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PT London was Earl's Court according to the Wizards page, Hilton Metropole is the place I was referring to as being good earlier.

Would be happy with either of those, Excel would be a bit of a mission though.
Excel is quite easy for me! Trains are not too bad. Parking is not cheap. Quite a few hotels around as well.



Dan Barrett said:
PT London was Earl's Court according to the Wizards page, Hilton Metropole is the place I was referring to as being good earlier.

Would be happy with either of those, Excel would be a bit of a mission though.
No it won't

Sometimes I think you forget you live in London



Dan Barrett said:
PT London was Earl's Court according to the Wizards page, Hilton Metropole is the place I was referring to as being good earlier.

Would be happy with either of those, Excel would be a bit of a mission though.
It's 14 stops and 3 changes, it'll take about 45 mins.

James Mills said:
No it won't

Sometimes I think you forget you live in London



Dan Barrett said:
PT London was Earl's Court according to the Wizards page, Hilton Metropole is the place I was referring to as being good earlier.

Would be happy with either of those, Excel would be a bit of a mission though.
I am in Victoria Park so not very far away! It is better at Excel than Earls Court or the Hilton.
That's not even close to being far.


Dan Barrett said:
It's 14 stops and 3 changes, it'll take about 45 mins.

James Mills said:
No it won't

Sometimes I think you forget you live in London



Dan Barrett said:
PT London was Earl's Court according to the Wizards page, Hilton Metropole is the place I was referring to as being good earlier.

Would be happy with either of those, Excel would be a bit of a mission though.
That why it is good for me!


James Mills said:
That's not even close to being far.


Dan Barrett said:
It's 14 stops and 3 changes, it'll take about 45 mins.

James Mills said:
No it won't

Sometimes I think you forget you live in London



Dan Barrett said:
PT London was Earl's Court according to the Wizards page, Hilton Metropole is the place I was referring to as being good earlier.

Would be happy with either of those, Excel would be a bit of a mission though.
I live in Hemel Hempstead and it's good for me too!


Jason Savage said:
That why it is good for me!


James Mills said:
That's not even close to being far.


Dan Barrett said:
It's 14 stops and 3 changes, it'll take about 45 mins.

James Mills said:
No it won't

Sometimes I think you forget you live in London



Dan Barrett said:
PT London was Earl's Court according to the Wizards page, Hilton Metropole is the place I was referring to as being good earlier.

Would be happy with either of those, Excel would be a bit of a mission though.
Also GP San Diego is a week before worlds in San Francisco - anybody thinking this might be a fun holiday? Never been to that part of America.
Amar Dattani said:
Also GP San Diego is a week before worlds in San Francisco - anybody thinking this might be a fun holiday? Never been to that part of America.

And if want you can do the 500 miles between them on "Highway 1", the Pacific Coast Road which is amazing. (Will take 10-12 hours+, or you can do it in 8-9 hours if you take the horrible and ugly I-5, or fly very cheap.)

California is great. No idea if I'll still be here then but could well be. Which would make accommodation this end nice and cheap. Although I guess there's a limit to how many people can sleep on the floor of a one bed apartment!
GP London = excellent. Is there really a choice other than Earl's Court, Olympia or Excel?
Not really. I want Excel.



Daniel Royde said:
GP London = excellent. Is there really a choice other than Earl's Court, Olympia or Excel?

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