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Has anyone tried to upgrade the HP2 tickets thru the Ticketmaster website, if so any input?? I asked for some info and got this reply.
"Once you have rebooked your tickets through our website.
Please reply to this email with 'Exchange Rebooked’ and your new order reference number.
As soon as it's confirmed we will be happy to refund your original order. You must request a refund before the event date of your original order."
Just saw this posted from Bill Wyman.. looks like this gallery has several photo exhibits worth checking out.
Definitely will take Bill's recommendation in between London shows
Bill's looking great.. not likely, but would be such a treat if he joined them in London again.
Thanks MisterDDDD. I will be sure to check this out!
Bill spent yesterday evening at the Iconic Images Gallery in Chelsea, where several of his photos of the Stones are currently being exhibited for sale.
Stop by if you’re in the area, or find a larger collection of Bill’s photography in his book ‘Stones From The Inside’.
Looks like the rail strike is gonna mean it's a car trip down to London.
Gonna be arriving on the Friday and leaving Sunday.
Anybody got any tips where to park close to centre for that duration.
Preferrably free parking.
Primrose Hill ?Any ideas ?
I'm flying into Gatwick on the 25th and just booked a bus to Heathrow where I'll take the underground into Central London. If anyone else is using Gatwick and planning to do similar due to the rail strike; National express coaches are sold out on the Gatwick to London Victoria route (except the times which won't suit any of us going to Hyde Park). I used the 'Oxford Bus Company-Airline' which had seats left to Heathrow. Looking increasingly unlikely the strike will be called off, its going to be chaos for a few days.
Important information from anyone traveling to England from European mainland:
Nowadays you need a traveler's passport to enter Great Britain. The last time I went there my "normal" passport/ ID card would do, but not anymore.
In Germany it can take weeks to get a traveler's pass (Reisepass), but there is an option for an express version of the "Reisepass" which takes only 4-6 days to get.