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  1. Re: Temporary Swimming and Nautical Activities Ban

    Here is an excerpt from the Météo France mid-day update, translation by Google. The latest release of the entire bulletin can be found at...
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    I think that Chez Dom was located where the Victoire boutique is today, and where Café Victoire was next door. It was gone prior to the creation of my first Resto List circa 2004/2005.
  3. Thread: Menu-1/20

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    Re: Menu-1/20

    Fish “en papillote” is one of the easiest ways to cook fish, whether you use the traditional parchment pouch or aluminum foil. Done right, it’s hard to overcook the fish, and it comes out moist...
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    Re: New hotels opening

    The hotel being reopened as the Morgan has a bit of history to it. It was once a timeshare known as the Caravanserai. It was purchased out of either foreclosure or bankruptcy, I don’t recall which....
  5. Temporary Swimming and Nautical Activities Ban

    The Collectivité has posted a temporary ban on swimming and all nautical activities:

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    Re: Rough weather ahead

    Météo-France has raised the alert level from Yellow to Orange. The midday update:

    Forecasts

    The swell from north to northeast is settling today Sunday with more and more energy.The sea is...
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    Re: Rough weather ahead

    From today’s 06:00 Météo-France alert, translation by Google:

    Current situation


    A fairly energetic swell from north to northeast arrived this night on our coasts.


    Forecasts
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    There may have been a view out of the back, but I really don't know. I can't find an online photo.
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    I *think* that Chez Pompi is on the left, a one-story building between Grand Cul de Sac and Toiny. I never dined there, but that's where it is pegged in my memory.
  10. Thread: Final Day

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    Re: Final Day

    “Diners can never make a wrong choice when they choose David and his excellent staff/chef.”

    I agree. David, his chef business partner who prefers to stay under the radar, and the entire Santa Fé...
  11. Thread: Carnival advice

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    Re: Carnival advice

    There may be a shuttle bus from St Jean to/from Gustavia. If there is, then details will appear closer to Carnaval.
  12. Thread: La Licorne

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    Re: La Licorne

    Wow, what a great leap into a new place as soon as it appeared on your radar. They must have been quite surprised, and thrilled, when your clan showed up for lunch!
  13. Ferry Service This Weekend 1/18/2020 - 1/21/2020

    Expected winds this weekend have caused Great Bay Express and Voyager to modify their ferry schedules, and to cancel some service.

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    Re: Maya's Dinner 1-16-2020

    Happy Birthday, Anita!
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Which came first, the restaurant or the name? I don't know. Le Crémaillère was the name of the restaurant, and the adjacent area is known as Crémaillère Passage.
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    Re: hours for meat my fish

    I only shop at Boucherie Ché Yo, and am consistently pleased.
  17. Thread: Tall ship

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    Re: Tall ship

    The ship is Star Flyer.
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Le Flamboyant?
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    Re: hours for meat my fish

    I cannot.

    When he was in St Jean he was closed on Monday, but I don't know if that carried over to Camaruche. If you're on-island, you can call them at 0590 87 84 56. If you do find out his...
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Saladerie, Harbor’s Saladerie, Thierry, Giles, and Patrick.
  21. Thread: La Licorne

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    Re: La Licorne

    There appear to be a few spaces in back, visible from the road.
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Andy.
    La Gloriette.
    Marigot Bay Club and Michel.
    Autour.
    Le Pelican.
    Au Port before the new Post Office.
    Wall House and Le Carré.
    Manu and Marisol.
    Pipiri Palace and Pierre.
    Chez Francine.
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    Re: Orthography Question

    Now I’m going to be giving a suspicious look to every word which starts with ‘l’, LOL.
  24. Thread: Zion

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    Re: Zion

    It’s a beautiful restaurant, but I don’t “get” their food. But that’s just me. And the table to my right. And the table behind me. They would have benefited greatly by having another experienced...
  25. Thread: La Licorne

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    La Licorne

    This was posted earleir in the daily menu post, but it deserves its own thread.

    Unknown to most people here, and operating quietly under visitor's radar, is La Licorne in Lorient. Some may...
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    La Crêperie Formule Lunch and Dinner

    La Crêperie has posted Formule Lunch and Dinner offerings on their FB page. I don't know if these are just around for a short time, or if they'll be long duration, but they're worth looking into.
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    Re: Top 20 Restaurants???????

    Hmm. Top 10 Dinner Restaurants - Of the 11 (not 10) listed, I dine regularly at 2, am interested in 1, and don't care for the rest. Of the 10 Beach Restaurants, I dine regularly at 1, occasionally...
  28. Thread: Menu-1/15

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    Re: Menu-1/15

    I need to open my eyes more. I just found them on the map which Andy posts.
  29. Thread: Menu-1/15

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    Re: Menu-1/15

    Unknown to most people, and operating quietly under visitor's radar, is La Licorne in Lorient. Some may remember La Licorne as being a nightclub many years ago. Located a bit past the former Hotel...
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    Re: Orthography Question

    Monsieur Moët, while French, had a Dutch “nom de famille”. French pronunciation rules don’t apply.
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    Re: Orthography Question

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BceerMY3mO4
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    Re: Part 3 - November 2019 Trip Report

    Keeping that species of “new friend” out of your villa is a good idea. They tend to leave “gifts” behind.
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    Re: Orthography Question

    If you're a Queen fan then you pronounce Moët as Mow-ay, as in "She keeps her Moët and Chandon in a pretty cabinet". The correct pronunciation is Mow-ett, and yes, I know why, but I'll leave room...
  34. Thread: Menu-1/14

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    Re: Menu-1/14

    I haven't been to Cré'Age in awhile, but my recollection is that you won't go hungry given their portion size. I hope it's still the same.
  35. Re: rocking and rolling coming in today on winair

    I'm not aware of an archive. As far as I know, once it's gone, it's gone.
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