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Visit other Tulalip locations Check out some local entertainment and specials! Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester, Washington has a 75, square foot casino floor with + slot machines, 15 table games, poker, Keno, Bingo, Hotel and full service. Tulalip WA — Holding true to Tulalip Resort Casino fashion, the culinary team will draw from the original Munich Oktoberfest for their first annual Taste of Tulalip.
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It was an evening of superb food, wine, and some surprises, like singing waiters, and a donation to a worthy cause. More about these surprises later. Very fragrant with flowers, citrus, orange and honeysuckle.
Medium body, round, off-dry. Flowers and citrus flavours with sweet spices showing up mid-palate. The parsnip puree was a flavour treat. It was delicately spiced with coriander and again worked very nicely with this Riesling. To me the Pinot Noir was the star of this course. The wine had a wonderful violet aroma and flavour, with low tannins and high acidity. The violets with the acidity in the wine to me worked well with both dishes. Salmon and pinot noir is a classic pairing.
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Dry so went off just after 8 for walk at Cavalaire. Expecting thunderstorms later, but fine after that for rest of week. Heavy rain all day. Managed to get out for 15 mins in evening. Light supper then likely lads. Into St Tropez by 8. Unfortunately the gale force winds have cancelled the last 2 days racing. We went for a walk along the coastal footpath for a couple of hours and then, armed with some breakfast from the local boulangerie, boats of all shapes and sizes, including many sight-seeing vessels and the press, went into the still quite choppy sea.
Highlight and attracting the biggest audience was Moonbeam IV year old sailing boat used by Prince Rainier and Princess Grace for their honeymoon. All ropes by hand on 96 separate pulleys. Ate outside in evening but rain started. Reorganised living room and brought furniture back in. Went off to Grimaud for walk around beautiful village and surroundings. Coffee at our favourite pub Mr Clems and home for lunch.
Afternoon to Gassin our nearest village perched on the top of a hill overlokking the coast. Joined walking tour and learned a few more french expressions. Jean went to bingo. The sea was spraying over the breakwater and everyone was battening down the hatches! Finished washing up at Early start to walk at Cavalaire, mostly along the sea and round the port.
Very windy as we went to bed. Jean complaining about feeling chilly so went for a long walk along the beach at Port Grimaud. Roasted at the finish with 24 degrees. Long swim in pool. Our resident treecreeper seems to have move on. Dinner in the evening on the patio by moonlight below. Got up in the night and saw eclipse, but after totality. Early walk at Gigaro before spending the morning on the beach below. Sea lovely and warmer than the pool. Earlier start and into St Tropez for 9. Walked though town and along the beautiful coastline for about 2 hours terminating on the famous harbour en plein air with a little breakfast from the boulangerie.