The Grand Hyatt has a breakfast buffet that's being included in our deal. It's quite amazing, saying that it's easily the best breakfast I've had in a hotel doesn't do it justice. And it's not just the quantity, but the high, fresh quality. Just describing everything will merely be a list, but I'll try to give you some idea.
If I just describe the juices, that would be enough. (Dayanu...) They have six freshly squeezed juices, including two oranges (regular and blood orange). But there's also a juicer where you can create your own, with fruits and vegetables they have there.
The line starts with them making eggs or crepes for you, along with bratwurst and half a dozen types of meats. There are probably a dozen different kind of breads and rolls, SO wonderful, pumpernickels, rye, baguettes, loaves that you slice yourself and filled with whole grains. Half a dozen delicious, rich cheeses. Maybe eight cereals. Marinated vegetables, herring, two kinds of smoked salmon. Several delicious pastries and, of course, big soft pretzels. And champagne. And there's more.
People in our group talk about what they're going to do for lunch. Lunch?? Are they kidding? I'm having a hard time getting hungry again for dinner. And this is a problem because tonight we have an event that's taking place at, according to one survey, I'm told, the fourth top restaurant in town. And people are trying to figure out what they're going to do for lunch. That said, when I pass a stand o
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