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    Re: The new shop VARDA is delightful-

    I remember, Ellen, an extravagant delivery of Varda flowers to you a couple of years ago on your birthday! Stunningly beautiful!
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    Re: A funny story only in St. Barth story-

    20,000 Euros at Nikki . . . what can one say?
  3. Re: L’Esprit is always a special place- almost magical for us!

    A beautiful evening, Bill! Thanks for adding to our library of restaurant commentary.
  4. Re: A caution for those wanting to dine on the beach for lunch/ brunch-

    . . . always sound advice, even outside of high season!
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    Re: Le Toiny for lunch today!

    Of course . . . why not?
  6. Re: Mango at Christopher was delightful today for lunch!

    . . . “tables are first come first served.” A surprise! I’ve always been able — as recently as November — to reserve a table. Quelle dommage.
  7. Re: Sunday Night Dining Options / Pizza Takeout on Sunday

    For pizza . . . I love JPizza! Note . . . though there are one or two “picnic” style tables where you can eat there, it’s primarily takeout.
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    Re: Part 9 - November 2019 Trip Report

    Amy . . . a tour de force in your journal! Very grateful to have shared your visit!

    Re: visit to Le P’tit Morne . . . it’s a unique & wonderful accommodation — as you also would find Suger’s...
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    Re: Rosemond and Marius at Le Select

    Echo you message, Amy . . . life deals some bad blows from time to time, and Kent's description is one of them. Fortunately, Kent . . . your resiliency brings you to offer warm lessons from bad...
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    Re: Your place or mine.

    Charming!
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    Re: Internet much faster in Pte. Milou!

    Life is good on Pte. Milou!
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    Re: Meat My Fish is for sale!

    . . . and perhaps change the unfortunate name choice.
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    Re: Part 8 - November Trip Report

    Appalling! I would have had a difficult time restraining myself, at a minimum, from offering a retort.
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    Re: Part 8 - November Trip Report

    Maya’s (. . . hopefully not starting another love- / hate-fest about the restaurant).
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Exquisite, Izzy . . . many thanks for once again supplying the coloratura that brings to life the posts of our Forum community! It especially was fun for me to see & hear because, through a mutual...
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    Re: Part 8 - November Trip Report

    Amy . . . you & Kelly should be publishing your trip! Beautifully told & illustrated. Of course, you probably also know that L’Esprit is one of my top two island venues . . . explained by food,...
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    That’s so funny, Kevin! I remember the awe when you came into possession of it . . . and the “cloak-&-dagger” intrigue that brought this icon to your custodial care (for generations!)

    What...
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    Re: Rosemond and Marius at Le Select

    Totally agree, Ellen . . . images that evoke so many striking memories, including generational connections of stalwart island families — and much loved survivors, young & old, among them!
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    Re: Part 7 - November 2019 Trip Report

    Linda . . . I can imagine a lovely “solo” visit to the Carl Gustaf, “back in the day!” (Of course, the Groupe Barriere incarnation promises to be exciting, as well.) The tree frogs, & images of...
  20. Re: QG Lunch 1/15/2020 Extremely Poor Service Today

    PaCri was notably “chill,” in all respects . . . and leisurely service was very nice, unless one felt in a rush (but why?). In this vein, Pascal Ramette seems to have become something of an...
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    Excellent advice!
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    So nice to see you here again, Voosh! And, great recollections . . . particularly remembering that un-paved road from Lurin down to St. Jean!
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    Re: Part 7 - November 2019 Trip Report

    Beautiful prose in your writing . . . and Kelly’s lunch looks delicious!
  24. Re: Military Ship to dock on Friday, Jan 24 - Visitors welcome.

    Very interesting. For anyone visiting on the island, I recommend that you get over there to tour the ship. I've been a couple of times on another French ship (don't remember the name) visiting in...
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    I don't know about Serge & La Creperie, Kevin. Last I knew of him, he wasn't working & was caring for his father, who was quite sick. That, however, was many years ago.

    Funny that you mention...
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    Re: Rosemond and Marius at Le Select

    Wonderful photos and so great to see everyone celebrating friendship & health!
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    Re: Last Night's Fashion Show

    Great shots, Phil! You don't seem to have had any problem with the new lighting.

    The models are beautiful . . . many of them look new to this year's show (including the male). So glad to have...
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    I'm reminded by an island friend & chronicler of island info that Albert's brother-in-law was named Serge . . . not Dom. He did go on, after leaving La Gloriette, to work for a while at Chez Dom . ....
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    Re: maya's, nikki beach parking

    Cars parked alongside the road in the area of Nikki Beach also are susceptible to being sideswiped by large trucks, as I witnessed in November. A really big truck took off the rear view mirror of a...
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    Re: Part 6 - November 2019 Trip Report

    What a great report! Really fantastic!

    I also love anything that comes out of Cafe Gloriette . . . I just wish that it weren't so far from Marigot Bay! (i.e., not convenient to get over there...
  31. Thread: La Licorne

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    Re: La Licorne

    10 AM opening . . . and a crepe breakfast. Sounds perfect! (Maybe I can bring a bag of non-gluten flour!)
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Don't know about au regal.
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    I think you're correct, Kevin.
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Yes, Nancy . . . with Jeff's wife, Caroline.
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    Re: New hotels opening

    Not on St. Maarten / St. Martin -- on SBH, it appears that "Hotel Barriere Le Carl Gustaf" is drawing near to an opening. Chefs for its Fouquet's St. Barth restaurant are arriving on the island, and...
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