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Old 02-13-2006, 03:49 PM   #11
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Michelemarie was that at Sandals by any chance at the Kimonos restaurant?
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I can't remeber eating. I know I ordered chicken, but can't remeber eating it. Did not drink much either. I, guess, I was just too nervous to eat or drink.
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Old 02-13-2006, 03:52 PM   #13
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I checked with my wife and she does not remember either. All she can recall is that there was both chicken and beef on the plate and one of them had some sort of bleu cheese sauce.

One of the reasons we picked the place we did was for the food. The chef was amazing. He had his own veggie and herb garden out back which he gave us a tour of. Both my wife and I made sure we ate our dinners that night even though everyone told us we would not have time to eat. We sure proved them wrong
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GB, yes it was - and it was very good. My daughter was with us and children are not allowed in the fine dining restaurant, so we chose the japanese restaurant. Grandma was there too - our own little wedding party. Far cry from the big italian weddings my family is used to - but just as special. Have you been there?
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Old 02-13-2006, 04:38 PM   #15
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Yes that is where we had our honeymoon. I knew when you said you were pampered that that was where you wre talking about

We had a great meal at that restaurant. The atmosphere was so cool and the dinner was a lot of fun. That must have been a blast for your wedding.
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We really had a great time - from the first day until the last - we ended up staying 2 extra days because my daughter came down with a horrible ear infection however, after the first dose of antibiotics she was fine, so we got two extra free days It was really nice because they did absolutely everything for us - pictures, video, flowers, reception, and it was so nice! Some of the most beautiful flowers I have ever seen. The food was great at all restaurants. GB, when were you there? What was your favorite part? High on my list is the pina colada!
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GB - oh my gosh, your wedding pictures are gorgeous! I need to clarify - we stayed at Beaches Negril - which was up (or down) the beach from Sandels. We did have the same Japanese restaurant though. I think the only difference is kids are allowed at Beaches - and I (we) have one - my second marriage. Anyways, your pictures are beautiful and really brought back memories. It looks like you had a great time - and I know the food was good! Thanks for sharing!
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Old 02-13-2006, 09:19 PM   #18
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Yeah Beaches was directly next door if memory serves. I hope to someday bring my daughter there. We were there in June of 2003.

The best part, that is too hard to pick. The staff was so friendly and helpful, the food was great, the atmosphere was amazing. I love boating so I really enjoyed sailing there. The guys who got you the boats knew me well by a few days into our stay. The would see me on the beach and come over and ask if I wanted them to put a sailboat aside for me in case it got busy.

The alcoholic drinks were great, but so was the coffee. Some of the best coffee I have ever had.

The best part of being there, I can't pick. There was not a single thing that was not amazing!
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we had cake I know, but i can not remember the other stuff...?????
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Yes that is where we had our honeymoon.
#31 is my favourite. You both look so relaxed and happy.
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