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The Jewel of Titletown Traffic was moving freely during a recent morning in Green Bay much like it always does Rush hour in Titletown is modest to say the least Green Bay is small by metropolitan standards but the locals prefer to think of their community as quaint cozy and comfortable A big city feel without many of the big city hassles Near the central part of town along the banks of the Fox River sits a Green Bay landmark Lambeau Field The home of the 3-time Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers is a mecca to football fanatics some of whom embark on cross-country quests just to lay eyes on the storied frozen tundra A bright sun had risen and its light radiated onto Lambeaus eastern wall illuminating the bright yellow letters which spell out GREEN BAY PACKERS over the forest green background - the predominant exterior color of the stadium As you approach Lambeau Field the more intriguing and magnificent it becomes Driving on Lombardi Avenue past the grocery store Chuck E Cheeses and a local strip mall the stadiums confining features are striking considering the place seats 60790 Lambeau Field itself seems small and it is hard not to immediately focus on the eight powder blue light standards which line its sides towering overhead The facade of the stadium appears to have been constructed of a forest green sheet metal - a wonderfully simplistic look in an age of high-tech everything Just seeing the inside of Lambeau Field is certainly warranted Once inside the stench of history and greatness is like that of a freshly baked apple pie cooling in a kitchen It is all you notice all you see all you feel Both sides of the forest green walls which occupy the stadiums club seats and
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