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    Trophee Eric Bompard

    Is anyone going to Trophee Eric Bompard this year? If you buy your tickets before 30th of May, they're are cheaper (from what I can tell on the website, my French isn't fantastic). Presumably that's because it's the date that they'll be announcing the GP assignments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitkat28 View Post
    Is anyone going to Trophee Eric Bompard this year? If you buy your tickets before 30th of May, they're are cheaper (from what I can tell on the website, my French isn't fantastic). Presumably that's because it's the date that they'll be announcing the GP assignments.
    Me! Me! Of course I'll go. Thanks for the info about the tickets. I have to contemplate if I just go on one day (the last time I just went there early Saturday morning and returned the same evening) or if I'll do the whole thing this time. But I don't have money for accommodation. Are there good bridges in Paris? Just joking, I might ask some friends... Or try to find a really cheap hostel.

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    I'm thinking of going and renting an apartment for the entire month. Does anyone know which arrondissement would be best? I.e., not too far from the rink?

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    Never mind, I think I've found a place.

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    I'm definitly going, but I'm going to wait a while until the seats on the judges side are on sale - I'm NOT going to pay 50 Euros for an awful seat (the 5th and 6th row are dreadful - you can't see anything).

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    Quote Originally Posted by NatachaHatawa View Post
    I'm definitly going, but I'm going to wait a while until the seats on the judges side are on sale - I'm NOT going to pay 50 Euros for an awful seat (the 5th and 6th row are dreadful - you can't see anything).
    Thanks for the tip, Natacha, I'll keep that in mind. Are you familiar with bus service from Gare de Lyons/Station Bercy? I see there are a number of buses that go to the Palais Omnisport.

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