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    Help--considering a trip in for opening day

    Hi all-
    Hoping some of you veterans can give a newbie a little advice: I'm a HUGE fan since my first game in 1980, but moved from the area when I was young, so don't know much about it....I'm considering bringing my 7 year old daughter on a trip up for opening day and need a little advice: 1) where to stay--particularly, do any hotels overlook the parade route?? 2) I know its a huge party and all---but will there be enough activities for a 7 year old girl to have a good time? 3) when do they announce gametime for opening day?? Thanks for any help!!!

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    Re: Help--considering a trip in for opening day

    And I now see a similar thread below....sorry for the duplication

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    Re: Help--considering a trip in for opening day

    Quote Originally Posted by bigfunguy View Post
    And I now see a similar thread below....sorry for the duplication
    You can't miss. Get a room downtown now, tickets to the games and go have a good time.

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    Re: Help--considering a trip in for opening day

    Thanks Helms--do you know if any of the downtown hotels overlook the parade??

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    Re: Help--considering a trip in for opening day

    Quote Originally Posted by bigfunguy View Post
    Thanks Helms--do you know if any of the downtown hotels overlook the parade??
    I'm almost positive that it goes through Fountain Square, so any of those hotels would likely overlook it.

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    Re: Help--considering a trip in for opening day

    The Westin definitely overlooks the parade, as long as you get a room on the north side. Not sure about the Hyatt. However, I do suggest hitting the streets for the parade. Lot of comarderie and good fun.
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