Just for clarification, generally in France breakfast isn't considered a
meal - it is only to prepare the stomach for lunch [with (optional) wine].
But in some regions, a glass of wine with breakfast was not out of the
In many countries, a French breakfast which consists of coffee and croissant
or baguette spread with butter, isn't even considered a real breakfast. At
the Kaleidoscope1 hotel in question, however, breakfast is a full buffet,
but as you will be pleased to learn, without wine. Hope to see you there to
try it out.
London & Paris
> Jerome Reinstein wrote: > ... The fact that all meals are at the hotel, will be French quality and are > inclusive of wine we don't think is a disadvantage.
> I don't know about anyone else, but I'd find wine for breakfast a distinct > disadvantage to my brain cells! > > Helen, in Dublin, Ireland > (who doesn't drink as much as the natives!) > > P.S. - hope I got the subject line right. I was so determined to make sure I > didn't repeat the whole digest that I deleted the message to which I was > replying.