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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 211889
    You would love to see their wine cellar Keith.
    Apparently they have half a million bottles of wine in stock with prices up to $10,000 per bottle!
    !!!!!!! If I could get a tour of the wine cellar I'd pay the cab fare
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 211892
    !!!!!!! If I could get a tour of the wine cellar I'd pay the cab fare
    Actually that`s part of the dining experience there Keith.
    After your starter and main course you are invited on a tour of the restaurant, taking in the kitchens and wine cellar.
    You then are ushered upstairs to a separate dining area split into booths where you take your desserts.
    On the wall of each booth is a telephone which you can use to make any requests for the resident pianist to play a tune for you....he had never heard of Layla though.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 211909
    Actually that`s part of the dining experience there Keith.
    After your starter and main course you are invited on a tour of the restaurant, taking in the kitchens and wine cellar.
    Argh you're not helping

    On the wall of each booth is a telephone which you can use to make any requests for the resident pianist to play a tune for you....he had never heard of Layla though.


    ok I HAVE to try there
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    How's this for a plan. Busch gardens cheapy coach from premium outlets to the park. Mooch around there for a day doing everything there. We havent been for a few years but enjoyed it last time Then Bern's in the evening followed by a local hotel for the evening and the coach back the next day
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    Hey, that'll work. :D :D






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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 212103
    How's this for a plan. Busch gardens cheapy coach from premium outlets to the park. Mooch around there for a day doing everything there. We havent been for a few years but enjoyed it last time Then Bern's in the evening followed by a local hotel for the evening and the coach back the next day
    Sounds like a good plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 212103
    How's this for a plan. Busch gardens cheapy coach from premium outlets to the park. Mooch around there for a day doing everything there. We havent been for a few years but enjoyed it last time Then Bern's in the evening followed by a local hotel for the evening and the coach back the next day
    That sounds like an excellent idea Keith.





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