Breakfast is always my most substantial meal. I ordered the Lox & Bagel, and Mr. Mickey had the Social Omelet with crab. Both meals were delicious!
My daytime look included the dark blue jeans, the gray cashmere sweater, and the pink moto jacket. The shopping links for each item I brought with me are here.
After breakfast, we visited the museum and all the shops in the village, including the Creamery.
When the rain started to fall in the afternoon, we took it as our sign it was time to go back to the room and read or nap until it was time to dress for dinner.
I folded the scarf here in half and then repeated the same again and again to form a thin band which I draped over my shoulders. My blazer is holding the scarf in place. I use a scarf for temperature control but also to bring color and pattern to my classic neutral wardrobe. My French Kande necklace is here.
I wore the dark navy cashmere sweater, the black jeggings and the dark navy wool blazer to dinner. More details here.
Mr. Mickey’s favorite course is always the bread basket. The champagne was an anniversary gift from our favorite server, Bobby. We dine at the Bistro often, and we always ask for him.
My entree was the Bouillabaisse served with slices of grilled French baguette.
Mr. Mickey enjoyed the Grouper very much. Now on to his other favorite, the dessert menu.
The Graham’s 20 year port was the perfect complement to the shared Chocolate Pecan Pie.
We sat in front of the fire in the Village Social and enjoyed live music by Chris Rhodes and visited with other guests until it was time to retire for another peaceful night’s sleep.
The details of my travel wardrobe and the shopping links are here. Referral and affiliate links in my posts may generate a small commission for Susan After 60 Inc. at no cost to you. More travel and outfit photos on Friday!