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Official Foursquare channel of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Prior to the last 4 days of Wimbledon you can queue for Centre, 1 or 2 Court tickets if you camp overnight. Stewards will issue wristbands to you to ensure you'll get tickets on the day of the event.
Tennis, the home of Tennis. The greatest Grand Slam in the world hosted here, grass court, tradition, prestige, SW19 has it all.
Welcome to the Temple.
Taking the guides tour was a great experience. We visited areas not usually open to the public. Our guide was super interesting. After the tour take your time to visit the museum and grab a bite.
Bring an umbrella, a hat, some snacks but leave room for the world-famous strawberries and cream.
Fantastic show grounds; and love the museum
Bring a flask and leave early
Best GS in the world. Don't forget your Pimm's
Take your own water. £2.30 for 500ml is robbery
If u have ground tickets you'll better run to find a nice place at the hill in front of the big screen
Only at Wimbledon can you see Djokovic on a bike, Murray signing autographs, and mountains of strawberries. Probably the best tournament in the world.
You have to experience this yourself!
A MUST see for any tennis fan
A beautifully kept club. Lovely flowers and landscape. Great food.
If you are on court 1 and sitting near the back take a jumper, coat & scarf it can get very cold & windy on a cloudy day.
Show your HSBC bank card for free strawberries and cream.drink water as the drinks are a rip off.
Biletsiz seyirci kuyruğu çok kalabalıkk inşallah alırlar :)
Let's Hope Murray Wins Today
The tour is one of the best touristy experiences I've had... ANYWHERE. Even for people not that into tennis, it's history is hugely interesting.
Wear your whites.
Watch out for balls to the face!
The home of tennis and of The Championships, Wimbledon, Olympic tennis will have one major difference here: The players do not have to wear white.
Best time to run for food is just after the show courts start - queues are far less!
Come on, Tim!
In for an exciting game...
If you're at Centre Court, find the famous Rudyard Kipling excerpt above the Players Entrance. We won't give it away, but it's all about encountering "triumph" and "disaster." It's some deep stuff.
Centre Court and Court 1 have a very special atmosphere.
Eat at The BaseLine Diner. Not that busy, can sit down inside with & watch the tennis on the outside courts just about.
World Class Tennis At Its Best...!!
Try the Strawberries and Cream - Classic coolness
Try the delicious scones & jam at the Pergola Cafe
Waiting for roddick
VOTE and WIN TICKETS hsbc.Wimbledon.com
Bring the black cab rank to you. For the smart way to hail a cab try @Tweetalondoncab. Via twitter from your phone or computer! Only use a safe, licensed cab to get you to your destination!
preparing for this years NBC wimbledon breakfast.
The Tour is awesome! A must for tennis fans.
Our own René Lacoste won the "All England Lawn Tennis Club Single Handed Championship of the World" twice, in 1925 & 1928, over his fellow "Four Musketeers" Jean Borotra & Henri Cochet, respectively.
World class tennis arenas and courts. What would an English summer be without pimms and strawberries and cream at Wimbledon?
Centre Court always gives off a presence of exclusivity. While you're surrounded by the best players in the world, see how many are wearing Babolat tennis shoes, made with Michelin's tire technology.
The oldest tennis tournament in the world was first played here in 1877. It was won by an Old Harrovian racquets player named Spencer Gore in front of a crowd of 200, paying a shilling entrance each.
Definitivamente la catedral...
So hot here today. Try the Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream waffle cones @ Aorangi Food Court (underneath Court 1 - Next to Court 19).
Download the IBM Seer app if you have iPhone 3GS or Android. It's a great to use in the grounds and it's free!
during the tournament setup, food is better at the tent for facility crew...and not in the cafeteria in the broadcast center. And cheaper