Author Archive: Carla Sue Broecker
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A fixture in Louisville society, Carla Sue Broecker has been writing her weekly column for more than two decades.
In Prospect last Friday evening, before and during the University of Louisville game against Oregon, fans gathered for dinner and to cheer the team on at J. Harrod’s (also jokingly known as the Republican Country Club). That evening, proprietor Mike Francis had his hands full as he was up against a real triple-threat competitive challenge.
Being on a Regent ship is like being a princess in a fairy tale. Your every wish is their command. Food, drink, entertainment, shopping, spa treatments, concerts, lectures, bridge – whatever you want – is provided by the staff, with a smile. All of the wait-staff in four dining rooms greet you by name and a smile each time they see you.
Off the coast of southern Chile we – the members of the Seven Seas Society (Regent’s Frequent Floating Club) – were up early to get a special close-up view of the Amalia Glacier from the prow of the ship. Well, the weather was rainy and dreary so we sat inside the big Horizon lounge drinking mulled wine ‘til we got to the glacier. It is a beautiful sky blue.