Sambungan Dari Kembara England : Part 2 - Royal Observatory Greenwich
Assalamualaikum dan Salam 1Malaysia :D
Lama aku bertukar topik dari entry Kembara England ni ke tajuk2 lain.. Mula2 start tulis ingatkan boleh habiskan kisah 3 minggu aku di UK.. tapi baru publish 2 entry dah lari topik lain.. Pada masa yang sama mungkin juga sebab tiada masa sangat nak update entry Kembara England Part 3 ni.. Alhamdulillah mak pun dah nampak sihat dari kesakitan - terima kasih pada yang mendoakan.. :D
Okay.. Back to our main story here.. Untuk hari keberapa di London.. Aku pun dah tak ingat mungkin hari ke3 atau ke4.. Abang aku kata hari ni dia free sebab semalam dia dah selesai satu paper exam.. untuk rileks tension sket sebelum next paper.. Dia ajak aku pergi jalan2 di Stadium Arsenal.. excited jugak la kan.. even aku bukan peminat Arsenal pun.. Well we here.. London Bro.. tour je la kan :D
|Walau aku bukan peminat Arsenal.. Sampai sini berkobar2 semangat hahahaa :D|
Berbeza antara kelab mahal dan kelab murah.. boleh nampak kemegahan dan keindahan Stadium kelab2 mahal seperti Arsenal dan Chelsea.. jauh beza dengan Stadium Fulham, QPR mahu pun Tottenham.. Stadium lain aku tak leh comment sebab tak pernah tengok dengan mata sendiri.. Tapi kalau Stadium MU tu confirm la hebat jugak.. kelab gergasi lah katakan.. :D
HARGA TOUR DI STADIUM ARSENAL
: Tour & Museum £18.00 - Museum Only £7.50 - Legends Tour £37.50
Junior under 16 : Tour & Museum £9.50 - Museum Only £4.50 - Legends Tour £18.50
Family Ticket 2 Adult + 2 Children : Tour & Museum £44.00
Group Rate - Adult (10 or more) : £16.20 per person - Junior (10 or more) : £8.55
To make the visit to Emirates Stadium truly unforgettable, why not join one of our fantastic Legends Tours You will be shown around by a hero from our glittering past who will reveal his thoughts on the current team, his playing days and any news from the inner sanctum of Arsenal Football Club. You will also receive a personalized signed photo of the Legend and a limited edition Legends Tour gift.
The Arsenal Legends currently taking tours include:
- 1971 FA Cup hero Charlie George
- Arsenal centurion and Double winner John Radford
- 1987 League Cup winning captain, Kenny Sansom
- Cult hero and 1989 League winner, Perry Groves
- Plus Legendary right back, Lee Dixon
|Well.. Adik Abang kan.. so muka dan perangai sama sket la hahahaaa.. :D|
THE ARSENAL MUSEUM
Both self-guided and Legend tours includes a trip to the spectacular, interactive Arsenal Museum which includes exclusive exhibits including Michael Thomas' boots from Anfield '89, Charlie George's 1971 FA Cup final shirt and Alan Smith's shirt from 1994's European Cup Winners Cup Final. Plus much more.
Habis kami jelajah setiap penjuru Stadium Arsenal ni dan membeli di souvenir shop - aku amik fridge magnet jer.. Kami membuka langkah ke jalan utama.. Abg Adi ajak aku naik bas dan kami turun betul2 di depan Tottenham Stadium.. Agak besar tapi tak la sehebat Stadium Arsenal..
|Keadaan persekitaran di Stadium Arsenal..|
TOTTENHAM STADIUM - THE HOT SPURS
- Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, Bill Nicholson Way,
748 High Road, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP
Sebuah stadium bola yang nampak simple dari luar seperti sebuah bangunan kilang petak empat segi tapi di dalam terlalu megah dengan peralatan.. Biasa la tu.. satu dunia nak tengok perlawanan bola.. so dalam kene kasi cantik ma.. luar camera tak ada amik itu gambar hahahaa..
First thing bila kami sampai.. semestinya souvenir shop.. ntah macam mana ada satu jer fridge magnet dan abang aku dapat grab dulu.. ish menyesal.. nak merayu macam tak best pulak hahahaa.. maka terpaksa la aku amik satu jenis pelekat ala2 fridge magnet.. bukan rezeki nama nya.. boleh tahan jugak la rambang mata tengok tshirt yang dilelong..
|Lakaran di masa hadapan.. aku rasa la :P|
|Bersama dengan peminat Tottenham.. :D|
HARGA TOUR STADIUM TOTTENHAM
Classic Tour : Adult £20.00 - Member Adult £13.50 - Juniors (Under 16) £9.00 - Senior £11.00 -
Family Ticket 2 Adult + 2 Children £47.50
Legend Tour : Adult £40.00 - Children £20.00
: Maximum 4 people £150.00
: £45.00 per person
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DIRECTION BY TRAIN, TUBE AND CAR.
- White Hart Lane mainline station is four minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria Line tube service via Seven Sisters.
- Northumberland Park mainline station is eight minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria line tube service at Tottenham Hale station.
- Trains run from both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations to Liverpool Street Station and direct trains take about 20 minutes.
- There are a number of excellent bus services from Seven Sisters running past the stadium entrance. A taxi rank is available at Tottenham Hale Station.
- The stadium is located on Tottenham High Road and is one mile south of the A406 (North Circular).
- You can easily join the A406 from the M25 (junction 25) and the A10. The M25 is 15 - 20 minutes from the stadium.
- From the City, follow the A10 to Bruce Grove, then straight on to the High Road.
- However, most journeys to the Lane will be quicker and more reliable by public transport.
|Yang best nyer semua items macam tengah dilelong huhuuu...|
|Bersuka ria di Kedai Rasmi - Tottenham Souvenir Shop..|
HISTORY OF WHITE HART LANE - TOTTENHAM
The Club first came to this our present site in 1899 when it was a disused nursery owned by the brewers Charrington. The local land was well known for its superb growing conditions and a landlord of the White Hart public house in the 1890s, George Beckwith, had set up a nursery on the site behind his pub at 750 High Road. The land was rented from the brewery and a pitch prepared by groundsman John Over.
The profits of 1921 FA Cup win were used to build a split-level covered terrace at the Paxton Road end and, two years later, the Park Lane end was similarly developed at a cost of over £3,000. Leitch was again involved in their design that increased the capacity to around 58,000 with room for 40,000 under cover.
In 1921 the Club purchased the Red House at the front of the ground, which had been used as a restaurant and coffee house for many years, and converted it into the club offices. However, it was not until 1937 that the Club's registered offices changed from the original 750 High Road to number 748.
|Everything - Tottenham - The Hot Spur :D|
|Terbeli jugak setelah tergoda.. dan terbayar di kaunter hahahaa :P |
Another new floodlighting system was introduced in 1972 at a cost of £26,000. A year later the West and South Stands were linked with an additional 700 seats. The old West Stand was demolished in November 1980 and replaced 15 months later by the present structure, officially opened on February 6, 1982 for the match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Following a rights issue in 1996, capital was raised to build a new upper tier on the Paxton Road Members Stand that was completed at the end of the 1997/8 season. This also incorporated the second Jumbotron screen and has increased ground capacity to approximately 36,240.. Sumber Google.. :D