Tours en l'air organizes ballet-themed escorted holidays to see the best companies perform great ballets in beautiful places. You can join a trip from anywhere. A highly knowledgeable balletomane who has enjoyed 100s of performances in over 20 cities around the world,I speak English, French, and German, and am a Travel Industry Council of Ontario certified Travel Counsellor. I also teach ballet appreciation courses. Twitter: @thewordlady Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katherine.barber.37
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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Not just a ballet trip

Although Tours en l'air Ballet Trips provide a steady diet of ballet, even the most ardent balletomane cannot live on ballet alone. I myself like great food, so I always make sure we have scrumptions breakfasts, and fabulous meals, as well as opportunities for between-meal snacks. Here are some pics of the food we enjoyed on the last two Tours en l'air trips, first to Paris and Amsterdam and then to Berlin and Dresden.
Eating cake off genuine Meissen porcelain
at the Meissen Cafe
delicatessen window in Paris

patisserie window in Paris

amuse gueule: carrot macarons at
 Les Ombres in Paris

Main course at Les Ombres

Dessert at Les Ombres: comes with a
spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower

breakfast in Amsterdam:
chocolate flakes and sugar sprinkles


beer in Amsterdam

Holtkamp pastry shop Amsterdam

Holtkamp pastry shop Amsterdam

a little something for tea from Holtkamp 

superduper cranberry marzipan
cinnamon bun
in Zeit fur Brot, Berlin

with the regular cinnamon bun in
Zeit fur Brot, Berlin

dessert at Restaurant of the
Deutsche Oper Berlin:
creme brulee, chocolate brownie, mango sorbet

Pretzels at Deutsche Oper Berlin

Hallelujah! properly made tea for breakfast at
Arcotel John F Berlin; the next five pics
give only an inkling of the
 incredibly sumptuous spread










almond pear tarte and DIY hot chocolate
with Schlagsahne at Cafe Einstein, Berlin

they said it was only a 200 ml glass of wine
but I don't believe them

ein Glas Sekt at the Schiller Theater Berlin

dessert at the excellent Alte Meister restaurant,
Dresden

cake and hot chocolate in Dresden

rhubarb spritzer in Dresden



the house specialty cocktail at
Swissotel Dresden am Schloss:
Cranberry juice, lemon juice, angostura bitters,
lemon-verbena vodka, thyme, and nutmeg. Delish.

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