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The Birth of The Rolling Stones: London Rock Music Tour
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The Birth of The Rolling Stones: London Rock Music Tour

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Experience the history of the Rolling Stones and discover multiple locations made significant by the band, including where they secured their first residency. Travel around town in an air-conditioned minivan listening to the band's biggest hits. Set off from central London, cruise down the King's Road, pass the former flat of Brian, Mick, and Keith, and head toward scenic Richmond-upon-Thames, the birthplace of the band.
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Christine G wrote a review Jun 2020
3 contributions
Twickenham is great for many different pubs. The Crown is nice enough. Not had food there. But crozy
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Date of experience: June 2020
R_E wrote a review Mar 2020
Angmering, United Kingdom20 contributions4 helpful votes
I’ve been a debenture holder at Twickenham for over 15 years and it would take a surgical operation to prize my tickets off me. Saturday’s game against Wales encompassed everything that is good and bad about international rugby at Twickenham. A glorious game. However, queues for drinks were awful and there ought to be an Olympic medal for anyone who can use the toilets and buy a drink at half time without missing a large chunk of the game. It’s impossible. Lots of fans missed the brilliant Welsh try after half time.The toilets in particular are a disgrace. We can live with ‘deep end or shallow end’ but the queues to get in and out are at best hugely frustrating and at worse downright dangerous. Someone will get hurt. An in and out system should be introduced where there are two entrances. Once one has survived the Battle of Thermopylae to get into the toilets...the urinals are often empty. And as for the cretin who designed toilets with only one entrance/exit...well, a ‘special place in hell’ waits for them. Poor legroom, uncomfortable seats...so what.....we’ll all be back for the next one at the Worlds Worst International Stadium!
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Date of experience: March 2020
Antonio wrote a review Mar 2020
2 contributions
Great and impressive. True English atmosphere and folklore. Great to have beers after match and walk by the river
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Date of experience: March 2020
James B wrote a review Mar 2020
Farnborough, United Kingdom34 contributions8 helpful votes
They serve beer. Ethan serves cold beer. Very good. Many beers. Much rehydration. Wow. Ethan for PM.
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Date of experience: March 2020
NAS816 wrote a review Mar 2020
Heighington, United Kingdom33 contributions17 helpful votes
This stadium is showing its age and is not up to modern standards. Signage inside is poor and the general condition looks rundown. Seating inside however was better than expected and spacious by comparison to other venues.
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Date of experience: March 2020