Through the carved white marble archway the eye was lead into a ballroom reminiscent of Versailles.. The grand high muraled ceiling seemed to dance with the candle light that lined the edges of the room and glimmered most in the chandelier. Between the floor candles the sunlight was fading in the windows and to say the least it made the murals on the opposite window all the more interesting. Every picture was an iconic scene in their history though expertly painted. Along that opposite wall was a stairwell leading to the upstairs balcony, and a dining hall.
The feast had been made specifically for the event and everything from Ambrosia to Zucchini and everything in between. Beside that the staff had been ordered to cater to the needs of the guests, to prepare, and serve almost anything they requested. A vast supply of alcoholic beverages had also been moved into the mini bar at the end of the hall, and featured both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages which were open to anyone within a reasonable age.
The very air of the site was brimming with excitement, the grand gala was about to begin and the dancing and food was only the beginning. At the end of the night they would observe the tradition of the spring festival!
Just outside the marble archway a small stone pathway led to a small grove of trees and a candle lit pathway down to a small pond. The fading light of sunset showed that the grove lay just on the edge of the home's garden that was observable by a covering of little glowing lights. The lights were covering everything vertical, the tree grove itself seemed to be wreathed in light. In fact a lit garland extended all the way back toward the stone pathway. At the end of the pathway tables had been set for the memorial of the old and foundation for the new. Toward the pond, where the lit trail ended a member of the staff had set up an assortment of fireworks and was ready to fire upon command.
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