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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Old 22-05-2008, 08:03
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Talking Web Cams in Favourite Restaurants

Just imagine if we could persuade our favourite restaurants to install web cams inside /outside thier premises.Absolute bliss as long as we could have sound as well to capture the discussions about what to order;

"you get the prawns and I'll get the pate and we can each share a bit.

Thats new never saw that last year ,wonder if it's any good? You get it and I will have a wee bit to taste .Get away I'm having the steak did not starve myself all day just to experiment .

My God look at what they're eating at the next table .No don't turn round just yet !

This is wine is really nice what's it called ?
White and you have had enough.

Just one more brandy then we will get the waiter to call a taxi

Stuff like that '

My first one would be Stay followed by Ca'an Costa

What would yours be ?


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Old 22-05-2008, 12:53
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LOL! Made me laugh Scotty!

The problem I have is that I just refuse to order whatever the other half does - even if that is what I wanted. Dunno why but it just seems wrong!

So I sometimes try to talk him into something else!
Lala
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Old 23-05-2008, 20:47
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LOL! Made me laugh Scotty!

The problem I have is that I just refuse to order whatever the other half does - even if that is what I wanted. Dunno why but it just seems wrong!

So I sometimes try to talk him into something else!
Lala
Oh my God! Two Scots Ladies on the same wave length.....(switch roles guys).

Great.
Why did I understand it????????????

Help snowy............

lol jimbo
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Old 24-05-2008, 08:54
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Talking

You understood it cos you have been in that situation a million times before !

The number of times I have seen couples sharing and tasting one anothers food cannot be counted. That's why Lala's suggestion of never ordering the same dish comes into it's own.

I know that the pictures of the food on the menu at Stay is naff but it does assist in hubby being "advised" as to what he should order!!!

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Old 25-05-2008, 11:10
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LOL - must try that Scotty!
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