The sum total of my experience of such things is of reading a few books about mountain climbing-ish things. Do not ask me why I read these books especially considering my aversion to anything even a little bit adventurous, not to mention fool hardy and downright dangerous. But read such books I do and LOVE doing so. Go here if you want to do a spot of mountain adventure reading http://zimbosinlimbo.blogspot.com/p/mountain-madness-adventurereading.html
I recommend it because it is real and gritty and because a friend’s husband worked on it. But I am being side tracked.
Rule number one. All visitors must have at least one Arabic Meal. We got home from work and expected to take Mr. P, and yet to be discussed other guest MS. F, out for dinner but as it turned out he took us out. Yay! I think it might have been some sort of delayed reaction-ee altitude sickness-ee thingy that had him happily forking out for dinner. Thank you.
We watched the fountains while dinning at another stock favorite, Bakers&Spice http://bakerandspiceme.com/baker-&-spice-about.html. We think is one of the most pleasant places to watch the fountain show.
Following yummy dinner we marched Mr. P and MS. F to the fish tank and had coffee at the coffee shop there, because we clearly had not consumed enough at supper…. And the coffee is good.