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Discussion in 'Napoli' started by RandyNA74, Aug 27, 2007.
What happened to you randy? Start commenting about the matches you attend, there fantastic!
Chandler isn't that bad these days and I wouldn't want to be around some of the snobby ahwautukee people.
Unfortunately I don't attend Napoli matches anymore. I moved back to the US two years ago and am now resigned to watching games on TV or online.
Nice to see you, Randy. Happy New Year.
welcome to the club
your stories still motivated me as I will eventually get there for my first match. I am still a little nervous about finding how to get around town especially by public transportation to and from the stadium.
That said, i can't wait.
Do you only go for napoli? Do you need help with public transport?
Yeah of course, I am for Napoli. I will be visiting a few cities as I usually do for all my trips but I will be in Naples to do a little sight seeing as well as hopefully attending a football match. I don't know when I will be able to make it on a trip though but eventually I will.
When you go, if you survive barra and ponticelli your doing alright, barra is the worlds most scariest station i have ever seen, the suburb itself is scary, the appartment buildings are dull red and yellowish, and all the windows are broken, you get a good laugh out of it though that's for sure, go to amalfi, capri, positano sorrento, that's what classy campagna is all about
Hey are we talking about Naples or my old home area of Detroit?
What part of Detroit?
Well, I actually lived safely up in Sterling Hts growing up most of my life but I spent a lot of time down there for concerts and various sporting matches.
I know Sterling Heights well. I used to (allegedly) be a co-proprietor in an illicit interstate transportation firm that operated between Phoenix and Detroit. I used to shack up with a girl who lived in some apartments with a lake basically right in the parking lot of a big mall in Sterling Heights. She worked at Jon-Jon's. Most of the guys I ran with were from Hazel Park or Warren, though.
Hey Nicky! Happy New Year to you too. So you're in Boston now?
That's great to hear! I really wish I would have had time to blog about the last 3 matches I went to before leaving so suddenly. The problem is that the more time goes on, the more blurry the details get...so I don't think I would ever be able to write them on the same level as the other entries...
I was around the 18 mile area and yeah there were two malls within not too long of a distance away.
I don't miss the winter weather though.
Yup. Re-connected with my first love (that I hadn't seen in 20-ish years) on Facebook about a year-and-a-half ago. Moved here 3 weeks later.
I'm sure. haha My daughter just arrived here from Tucson yesterday afternoon. This will be the first real winter she ever had.
the only reason why i like California no heavy snow or super cold winters.
I was shocked when my first love found me on facebook a few years ago. I don't have any grand story but it is cool to be friends.
I will say that I like that there is snow to ski or snowboard not super far away in the mountain area of the state but I do love not having to warm up the car for a bit before going anywhere in the morning. It is a wee bit chilly though when I get off of work in the mornings though.
I lost a ton of CDs and Bic lighters that I left in the car with the windows up in the Phoenix area.
I lost some of my tape collection and hat collection on my first night in Arizona as my car was stolen the first night I was here as I had to stay the first night in a hotel.
Grew up north of Detroit, went to many concerts in not so pleasant areas and sporting events in no so pleasant areas, and I get this out here.
No problems since though.