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Sydney Christmas Dinner

Postby gstark on Thu Oct 05, 2006 9:57 am

Sydney Christmas Dinner

November 25, In Restaurant, Neutral Bay.


Bookings for this dinner are coming in thick and fast. If you want to be there, then I'd suggest getting your booking in sooner rather than later.

This promises to be a great night. We have some great things planned for the evening, including, hopefully, some element of participation by Poon. I'm not yet sure of how this will manifest itself, but the wheels are most certainly in motion. We have the restaurant to ourselves, but it's a fairly smallish place, bookings are limited, and, as I've noted above, places are filling fast.

So ....

You need to get your booking form completed, and your payment made, ASAP. Otherwise, you won't be there, and you'll miss out.

Make a weekend of it!

For those interstate members who might be considering attending, we can arrange some great accommodation for you, near the harbour. This is a real Sydney harbourside experience. To give you an idea of the savings (and the cost) the accommodation normally rents for around the $200 mark, but we're looking at something in the low $100 range. 200 metres from the Harbour Bridge and Luna Park and 150 metres from Milsons Point Station (next stop - downtown Sydney).

Contact Glen or myself for more details of this. With inexpensive airfares, great accommodation, and our Christmas dinner, how could you not be involved?
g.
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Postby Geoff on Sun Oct 08, 2006 5:30 pm

This looks like it'll be a fantastic night, haven't been to a dslruser event/xmas dinner that hasn't been unreal! We booked and paid pretty much as soon as this notice became available. I strongly sugest others too get in quick to avoid dissapointment, as I understand it's booking up fast!! :)
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Postby Geoff on Sun Oct 08, 2006 5:32 pm

Oh yeah, Bel and I (and maybe a few others) will be sampling the restaurant food prior to the xmas dinner so we can tell u REALLY how good it is!
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Postby obzelite on Sat Oct 14, 2006 1:45 am

i'll have to see what frequent flyer points i have, cause inexpensive flights from wa would get me a sb800
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Postby gstark on Sat Oct 14, 2006 8:13 am

Simon,

That would be great.
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