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NEW YEAR'S IN LONDON W/ IN LAWS...

okay-lets say there is NO budget-where would you suggest? I'm curious about "fifteen," but there isn't a menu yet for new yrs eve. Also, if you have any suggestions for something wild w/out the in-laws.

cheers
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Nov 14, 2007
ameff in U.K./Ireland

NEW YEAR'S IN LONDON W/ IN LAWS...

$15-40 per person
anywhere in london

Nov 12, 2007
ameff in U.K./Ireland

CRAZY UNIQUE PRAGUE?

We're going to Prague in January, looking for something unsual, kind of crazy and unforgetable.

hit me

Nov 12, 2007
ameff in International Archive

North Coast

I have only a little suggestion since I haven't been down there lately. There is adecent(for N. Coast) indian restaurant called Samraat in Fort Bragg. Mendo full of posh joints if that's what your after. Try dinner at the Albiobn in jsut south of Mendo.
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Nov 07, 2007
ameff in California

klamath falls and idaho suggestions?

Klamath-a fun vietnamese resaturant. Service prompt. fresh-mostly done to order. Great beer selection. Spring rolls/fresh/salad rolls. Very resonable. Clean. Jackie Chan posters, hanging silk plants, carved screens. Skylights. Import store next door.
Phoa Hoa & Hong-just google Klamath & vietnamese.
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Nov 07, 2007
ameff in Pacific Northwest

Looking for amazing pastry shop/bakery in Oregon

Look for "Sweet Life" in Eugene.
Portland is crawling with great places, tucked away in unasuming side streets that I don't remember the names of. Your eyes will find what your heart already knows...
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Nov 07, 2007
ameff in Pacific Northwest

NEW YEAR'S IN LONDON W/ IN LAWS...

NEW YEAR'S IN LONDON W/ IN LAWS...

New Year's Eve in London w/ inlaws...dinner. Something tantalizing from any corner of the earth, but they're more safe upper middle class-so something slightly straight but with plenty of ambiance. I'm hoping they'll pay. I'm travelling from the sage brush of Nevada, so it should be a memorable place.

thank you for any suggestions,
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Nov 07, 2007
ameff in U.K./Ireland

Best of Prague

hi there-
I read that you had made Berlin your home base to visit Prague. what do think the most enjoyable/affordable way to get to Prague from Berlin? We were thinking of the bus. any suggestions?
thanks
ameff

Nov 04, 2007
ameff in International Archive