Easy Like Having Dinner!

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Now you already know every Sunday calls for an Easy Moment. Some Moments don’t make it until Monday, but now it’s different! Sometimes, special occasions call for special celebrations. Having a special dinner could be a tricky thing…set your expectations high. Very high. Literally!

I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw this picture! And I’d even go completely adventurous and say that it’s a real one! A real dinner in the sky! I don’t know who and why did this, but it surely is impressive! If given the occasion, would your rather be a spectator or a participant? (photo via pixdaus)

Dinner in the sky close up

Dinner in the sky


#1 Dolly Bird on 01.04.09 at 5:49 pm

Hey Wow! I once saw something like this on TV but it was in Holland.They had a room for rent suspended in the air by the seaport I think.I wonder if its the same people involved in this dinnrt project.
I don’t have vertigo so I’d love to try it!

#2 Adriana on 01.04.09 at 6:23 pm

Huh? Argghhhhh, easy like a Sunday dinner Kpriss? OMG…..but hello there up high in Rosmalen, the Netherlands! I believe it was there you see…brrr…
By the way it has its premiere earlier in Bruxelles but this is so my country. I’m such a patriot on foreign places hahaha…
Have fun Dolly Bird, no thanks for me, I’ve vertigo tho I’m always brave and never complains and has conquer it often to see beauty. But this, no way! So to dare-devils: eet smakelijk!

#3 Adriana on 01.04.09 at 6:32 pm

On a second thought and look it can be Belgium or Germany too…..have you the answer Kpriss?

#4 Dolly Bird on 01.04.09 at 6:53 pm

Adriana I think this dinner was in Brussels Belgium.I hope no one dropped their purse or fork or needed to go to the loo!
However the sky high room for rent was in Holland I think.

#5 Ellington on 01.05.09 at 9:12 am

They also offer this kind of culinary daredevil experience in Las Vegas.
It might be interesting to try that is if you do not suffer from vertigo or a fear of heights. Also I hope that it is not too windy.

#6 Adriana on 01.05.09 at 9:15 am

I’ve googled it up because I’ve seen this in the news here like 1,5 year ago in Rosmalen.
The premiere was in Bruxelles in 2006 and then the spectacle went on tour through Europe.
Costs €750 and there has to be 22 persons, for the balance (brrr), its two hours up in the air for three dish courses plus wine.
For €1500 you can enjoy 5 dish courses and wine and champagne.
Dressed up warm was recommonded in case its cold. Nothing was mentioned what happens when it rains which is often the case here. Cancel the whole thing I suppose?

I found something else which I found not that spectactular as this or better say less scary: in Germany they do this too but in a big cable-lift!
So you see Kpriss, no photoshop, its for real! Brrrr…

#7 Adriana on 01.05.09 at 9:23 am

What’s the difference girls between vertigo and fear of heights? So I’ve fear of heights and vertigo is a kind off dizzy sensation which can happen in other kinds off occasions like I have when I look up in big building like a huge church? Which I’v e experienced a few times? Not that this make me not want to look since I’v still my feet on the ground…..
Luckily I don’t have this when I look up to the sky when its beautiful.

#8 kpriss on 01.05.09 at 2:21 pm

Thank you! As always, your feedback is impressive! I actually had no idea where that was and what it took to organize something similar! It’s great to know some of us have the courage (and the bank accounts) to make this work!

Adriana, I think Vertigo has very little to do with the fear of heights as it doesn’t manifest in relation with a specific height and is mostly related to a physical condition (something to do with the inner ear).

#9 Adriana on 01.05.09 at 5:27 pm

Kpriss, thanks for the explanation. I’ve searched for it and found a somewhat similar explanation.
It was a pleasure to find the info.
I’m not surprised this is a attraction in Vegas too.

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