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Old 08-01-2006, 01:21 PM   #11
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And one day I will get to Germany as well!
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Old 08-01-2006, 01:24 PM   #12
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you visit me and I visit you ;o)
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Old 08-01-2006, 01:32 PM   #13
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Old 08-01-2006, 01:42 PM   #14
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it is ;o)

I'll let Frank prepare some real german ;o)
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you visit me and I visit you ;o)
Just don't visit each other at the same time! That would be bad!

Hmmmmmmmmm, that's got me thinking maybe the folks would let me have a DC BBQ at the cottage sometime . . . . . . . Wareham is only a couple three hour ride from just about anywhere in New England, short northern NH and VT.
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Back from the Cape. There were approx. 4500 riders in the PMC this year & the goal was to raise $25,000,000. I bet they'll do it when it's all said & done. Everyone has until Oct. to raise the funds.

We stayed at the Best Western - Bourne Bridge hotel last night. The hotel was very nice but the restaurant on site was not very good. I wouldn't go there again. They are supposed to be like an English Tavern or something. The Brits really aren't known for their food, are they? An Indian family owns the hotel part - I suggested that they might want to change the restaurant to Indian fare when I checked out today. (I love Indian cuisine.) Apparently the hotel & restaurant are separate entities. :-(

On the way home from P-town we stopped at the "Lobster Shanty" - I have no idea what town we were in. Some place on RT 6! The food was OK - not fantastic. I won't go there again, either. It was a lot of money for mediocre food.

Are my standards too high?
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Did you not go to Sandy's? I think it is right by that hotel!
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Did you not go to Sandy's? I think it is right by that hotel!
No, I didn't. :-( I'm sorry! The tug boat doesn't seem to be there anymore - at least I didn't see it. If I had seen it, I would have known that I was going the right way. It would have been on the opposite side of the rotary from where we were. Not that that mattered - I must have passed the place when I went to pick him up at the MMA.

Neither of us wanted to leave the hotel to go get dinner so I just walked down the hall. I already booked a room at the same place for next year & don't plan to eat in that restaurant again so I will keep Sandy's in mind for next year. Thank you!
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Last year we stopped at some place that was supposed to be great for Fried Whole Belly Clams. In Dennis - Something & Kream if I remember right. Cone&Cream? What was it!?
Kreme n' Kone in West Dennis. I haven't been there, but my parents live a mile or two from it.

Was it good, Corinne?

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