Derwin had a relapse of his Trifecta of Illnesses on Saturday and spent most of the day in bed. But on Sunday morning, we all went out with friends to The Imperial, an old colonial, - and extravagant - hotel for brunch.
Security guards checked the trunk and the vehicle. A long road lined with palm trees led to the entrance manned by two guards with formal dress and fancy beards and mustaches.
We walked over marble floors, under chandeliers, and past a wall ornament honoring the visit of Queen Victoria.
We had an enjoyable visit with some good people and ate lots of food. The service was amazing - I just finished my last bite of food and put my fork down when the waiter, Deepak, took my plate for me.
Both Kirsi and Aidan and their friends enjoyed touring the lawn and hotel. Kirsi said that "it was amazing and sooooo fancy!"
The selection of food was incredible and varied. Plus, there was also a lot of gluten free items for Dana and Kirsi.
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