La Petite Dauphine
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... admitted wine snob and aficionado, and had taken great pride in planning our two days in the Stellenbosch area. He first "got into" wine when he was studying in Cape Town and had already spent a lot of time in the area. That said, with dozens and dozens of wineries, he concentrated on setting up visits to vineyards where their product was not yet available in the United States and which were highly rated. While winery heavy, Stellenbosch does not have ...
... was very attractive and no matter what he said all the women giggled and loved him! We started the tasting which didn't make matters any better when he continuously referenced your tongue and the great favors on it! We tasted several bottles of champagne, which he opened with a saber!!!, called sabrage! Then we tried a c******nay and a Pinot... All excellent! Last we had a dessert wine called ratafia! It is fortified with brandy, which ...
... jacket and about 10 minutes into the walk Sue was surrounded. It was quite terrifying although mildly amusing. I told Sue about the fruit which she then threw away. She wasn't happy. She sometimes can lose her humor when away. It's a shame really. It's not the first run in that we have had. In fact, we had some tense moments on the flight over when I made the innocuous comment that calories don't count at 30,000 feet as Sue attacked the snack trolley and mini bar with gusto ...
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... do most of the talking, expressing a viewpoint in contradiction to many of my own values and the things we’ve been discussing in class all semester. We were originally put in small groups to discuss a few questions, and my group mates were eager to hear the American perspective. I explained to my European group mates how sensitive a topic it is, how fresh in our minds the tragedy of 9/11 still is, how many Americans feel such pride and such patriotism ...