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On ‎13‎/‎09‎/‎2016 at 00:41, The_77 said:

Won't be hard at all. Just take the N,Q, or R train uptown to 34th-- eazeh! :)

 

New Yorkers get a bad rap for being rude but I'm glad you got to see that's an unfair characterization of most of us. Sometimes it's just ball-breakingly cold in the winter and we have places to be, haha!
 

Sounds like you planned a great trip last time you were here.

Hi Jason,

 

Dunno if you remember me (+ wife) from 2 years ago - we met up at FF for Leic v Burnley.  As it turned out, one of our few good performances in the early part of that season, and great to watch it in FF.  I will send you a horror show (the photo we had taken) at a later time to remind you who I am.

 

I am coming to NY again next Easter (17-21 April) and hope to repeat the experience. Scheduled to be at W Ham on 20th, but we may have that rescheduled by Sky if we're in for the title then (ever the optimist). Anyway, early days, and I'm getting in touch this early because I would be grateful for help/advice from yourself or any other NY-based foxes, or visitors, on accommodation.

 

I am coming with wife, son, daughter, her husband and their 2 sons (aged 11 and 14 by then).  So 7 in all.  We are looking at hotels or apartments and the constraint is that we want to be in Manhattan or somewhere easily accessible to midtown (e.g. Brooklyn, close to ferry and/or subway).

 

There appears a problem in looking at apartments - most of them seem to be technically illegal because they have to be in a building that houses no more than 2 apartments, which seems to restrict us to houses, rather than apartment blocks, and there seem to be none of those in Manhattan and not many anywhere else.  We don't want to take any risks with that, or with dodgy renters.

 

Cheers … Neil

 

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Help needed with booking accommodation from any NY-based fox or anyone that's visited recently.

 

I am coming with wife, son, daughter, her husband and their 2 sons (aged 11 and 14 by then) next Easter.  So 7 in all.  We are looking at hotels or apartments and the constraint is that we want to be in Manhattan or somewhere easily accessible to midtown (e.g. Brooklyn, close to ferry and/or subway).

 

There appears a problem in looking at apartments - most of them seem to be technically illegal because they have to be in a building that houses no more than 2 apartments, which seems to restrict us to houses, rather than apartment blocks, and there seem to be none of those in Manhattan and not many anywhere else.  We don't want to take any risks with that, or with dodgy renters.

 

Be grateful if anyone can give useful advice/info.  Sorry to repeat previous message - just wanted to catch widest audience.

 

Thanks in anticipation … Neil

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Huge thank you to the guys in Legends today for making a Fox, a long way from home, feel very welcome!

 

Loved all your stories and I'll 100% be seeing you again next time work send me off to the Big Apple :scarf:

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On 22/09/2018 at 18:25, Filbert's Friend said:

Huge thank you to the guys in Legends today for making a Fox, a long way from home, feel very welcome!

 

Loved all your stories and I'll 100% be seeing you again next time work send me off to the Big Apple :scarf:

Nice meeting you.

and a great win

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Football Factory at Legends will absolutely have the game on (plus the big New York Foxes flag). Hopefully a few of us around will be able to get the afternoon off; I'm stuck in the office so I'll be watching at my desk. :/

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