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Wine on Vacation #358403 01/11/12 11:26 PM
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Back from a 5 night cruise to Key West / Nassau - we brought 10 bottles of wine on board. Do you bring wine when you vacation?


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Re: Wine on Vacation [Re: Lisa Shea] #358408 01/12/12 11:36 AM
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No

Because I vacation where there is a plentiful supply of wines smile

Re: Wine on Vacation [Re: Lisa Shea] #358410 01/12/12 08:52 PM
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Depends on the vacation.

Going camping, one is compelled to bring wine. My idea of roughing it is bringing an '04 Bordeaux instead of an '03.

If I am to be in a "civilized" area, I'll see what's on local shelves.

Re: Wine on Vacation [Re: Lisa Shea] #358424 01/20/12 12:46 AM
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LOL Peter you vacation *in* wine country smile

Brom - it depends if you go camping in a vineyard smile


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