I was with an amusing group of young adults and our elevator host was very dramatic. Love it when the CMs get into it!
Oops. Wow. That was not intentional.
The bison is so good.
Get a moonshine sour out front when you’re done!
Where is the Regal Eagle? I’ve never heard of it. Or is this a liner nickname I have not come across yet?
It’s at the American Pavilion
What exactly is that? A sandwich of some sort?
It’s a brisket sandwich on Texas toast. It was pretty good. The bbq sauce here was not the best (super important for good bbq), but it was serviceable. The mac and cheese, onion rings, and berry punch were all good.
I’m finally watching Impressions de France! I’ve been meaning to for years but keep missing it. I’ve seen the Beauty and the Beast singalong.
We all LOVE Impressions of France (both kids took French in HS) and will be very sorry to see it go. It’s disappointing that you can only see it in the evening now. We didn’t care much for the B&B Sing-a-long, but then, we don’t have “littles” anymore.
Otherwise known as 5 minutes before last call at the local.
That’s what I probably would have ordered there too. And Carolinians are very particular about their bbq and sauces too.
How did I go so long without seeing it?!?! AMAzing!!! Beautiful film.
Apparently, you need to visit more often.
Just to elaborate a bit, the film is very much anchored by the period it was filmed in (which looked like early 80s to me? Which would make sense but someone fact check me if you want.) with cars, clothing, behavior, etc. that was characteristic at the time. The cinematography was breathtaking - such crisp details - and made excellent use of the extra width of the screen. It was a great way to document all the little details about life in France at the time. And the score was very well chosen - compositions by French composers. I never realized that the opening score of Beauty and the Beast was temp tracked (very similar melody and feel to the orchestral piece) - pretty sure it’s Aquarium from Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saens. I’ve always loved that part of the score.