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... three hours, how do you fancy unlimited (have I used that word much?!) champagne, plus margharitas, wine and shake-your-own cocktails if you so desire. To accompany, how about some lobster (I cut my finger on a crab's leg, damn it), NZ mussels, or heading to the caviar table? Maybe some smoked salmon nachos - well, when else will you get the opportunity? I wonder how many scallops you can eat? There's even yorkshire pudding! Getting too full to ...
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