Chapter 6 - "The Portkey" - In which Apparition is discussed, Fred and George are caught with toffees, and everyone sets off via Portkey for the World Cup site.
Dinner in the Garden
Harry and his companions make it out into the garden to find Bill and Charlie making two old tables do battle in the air, much to Percy's annoyance. Finally, they set the tables down and set up the yard for a family dinner.
Dinner with the Weasleys makes for a pleasant evening for Harry, who listens in as the family talks about Percy's [cauldrons], Ludo Bagman, the lost Bertha Jorkins, the local teams' performances in the [Quidditch World Cup], and Molly's displeasure with Bill's long hair. Ron quietly asks Harry about Sirius, but soon Mrs. Weasley sends everyone off to bed - though not before Fred sneaks in one last joke at Percy's expense.
Before he knows it Harry is being awakened by Mrs. Weasley to prepare to leave for the [Quidditch World Cup]. He groggily settles down to breakfast, talking with the Weasleys about [Apparating]. Before everyone leaves, however, Mrs. Weasley notices that Fred and George are sneaking out their joke products, and throws them away, leaving them in a rotten mood.
The search for the [Portkey] concludes when Amos Diggory hails Mr. Weasley from across the hill. The kids are introduced to Amos and Cedric, and the whole group grabs hold of the boot, which soon transports them to the [Quidditch World Cup].
Chapter 7 - "Bagman and Crouch" - In which they arrive at the campsite, erect their tent, tour the camp, meet Ludo Bagman (with whom Fred and George bet on the match), and excitement rises as game time draws near.
Setting Up Camp