Friday, June 11, 2010

Honeymoon Part 3

Like Cary mentioned in the last post, we spent a lot of our time eating. As his uncle described it, Sandals is like a cruise, just on land. You have all you can eat or drink, anytime you want. While we stayed at the Halcyon, we also had access to Sandals' other two resorts on the islands, the Regency and the Grande.

At the Sandals Regency for Dinner

This is us at the Regency, about to go to dinner at La Toc Restaurant. It is a French restaurant, serving the traditional 5 course meal. Between the two of us we enjoyed scallops, shrimp, asparagus soup, salads, cheeses, wine, rack of lamb, duck, and of course, creme brulee. Cary also tried escargot for the first time.

Eating at the French restaurant, La Toc

Another night was spent at Kimono's, the Japanese restaurant at the Regency. Although we do not have pictures from that dinner, we enjoyed sushi (well, I enjoyed the sushi), steak, chicken and shrimp. We also spent an evening at the Grande where we went to the Italian restaurant, Toscanini's. This was my favorite of all the restaurants, and Cary said his steak was probably the best he's ever had. We also ate lasagna, antipasta consisting of shrimp, crab salad, Caesar salad, olives, cured meats, and mussels, as well as tiramisu for dessert.

At the Italian restaurant, Toscanini's located at the Grande

We also had breakfast in bed on our first and last mornings in St. Lucia.

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