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3 brits coming for the Thanksgiving weekend Pats game.

Discussion in 'Texan Tailgate' started by Steve Romanski, Oct 11, 2019.

  1. Steve Romanski

    Steve Romanski Noob

    Oct 10, 2019
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    Hi guys(and gals of course), Myself nd 2 friends are finally getting our act in gear and flying out for the thanksgiving weekend football extravaganza. To say we are excited is rather an understatement.
    I’ve been scouring all available resources to try and make our experience the best possible.
    We shall be heading to Houston Sunday morning from LSU (going to the tigers v A&M game),
    We are just wondering whether to drive and park at the stadium (get a parking pass) or to stay downtown and metro rail to the game? We are looking to visit NASA on the Monday so thinking maybe the drive on the Monday morning from NRG (if we stay nearby) maybe easier than from downtown? We are also curious as its the Sunday night game whether the metro rail will run late on a Sunday and also will there be any bars/clubs open late Sunday if we still wanted to party?
    Finally is there much tailgating for a late game? If so what time would be best to turn up?
    Many thanks in advice, apologies for the long message but sooooo excited> especially after this weeks awesome win.
    GO TEXANS❤️❤️
  2. powerfuldragon

    powerfuldragon Enchilada Aficionado.

    Jan 15, 2006
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    your lady's sexdreams.
    i'm gonna be in your country these next couple of weeks, any places i can go to watch texans games?

    the drive to NASA from NRG as opposed to Downtown is marginally shorter. if i were y'all i'd do the light rail option. the rail oughta be running for the game (but the metro website says it runs 5:30 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. Sunday so that's confusing). also, bars'll close at 2am on sunday, so party away. tailgating starts 4 hours before gametime in most of the parking lots, so get to the stadium like 2 hours ahead of time.

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