*** ROAD TRIP! #9 Iowa State @ Kansas State on March 1st ***
I got hotels blocked off at the Holiday Inn Manhattan at the Campus on March 1st. The hotel is within walking distance (2 blocks) from Aggieville. As most know, Aggieville is the equivalent to Welch Ave, or so I am told. With the game not starting until 6:00 PM, I figured we might as well stay down there and have some fun! Holiday Inn Manhattan At The Campus - Manhattan, Kansas
We will take ONE bus down, so limited spots are available. We will be using CIT Signature Transportation, and their bus will have WiFi and TV.
Ticket IS included. We will be sitting in Section 15 and you will be surrounded by your Cyclone family.
Price is determined by occupancy of the hotel room with all that information on the attachment below. Email me with any questions.
Re: *** ROAD TRIP! #9 Iowa State @ Kansas State on March 1st ***
Originally Posted by greatshu
Is there any chance I could get tickets with you guys and not ride on your bus? Obviously Iive down here in KS so I could just drive myself there but want to watch game with you guys!
Sending you a PM
Originally Posted by cyhawkdmb
How about room and game ticket only? If I lived closer to DM then I would be game for the whole thing. It may be worth it to drive to DM anyways depending on what time the bus is leaving on Saturday.
We will have the bus leave at 9 am. That way we can stop for lunch on the way down and get down to Manhattan around 3 PM. Gives people time to check in to the hotel and than have a pre game cocktail or two before heading to the 6 PM tip
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