just took a bite and really, it wasnt anything beyond mediocre. i've tasted much much better. the place is ok, clean on the inside. beds uncomfortable, not much for relaxation really. spoke w/ miki, pronounced "mee-kee". no after market parts, a larger girl. short, but wide. not disgusting, but not appetizing. she made the usual banter, TS sort of average, pseudo massage, and so so relaxation techniques thereafter. perhaps it wasnt that bad, but i wasnt really diggin her. the mama said its all she's got that night. i gotta say that i've had a couple very very good times at places before, and only once was i able to repeat with the same girl. back at the blue fox it was first Sonya, who changed her name to something else, then her friend Nathalie, who i visited twice and had great times with (she asked me for a ride home one time, i hesitated, shouldve given it to her, at least we could have kept in touch for possible future fun? who knows. she invited me over for movies and wacky tabacky, she lived with Sonya, perhaps it would have been better than any amp experiece, or it would have been just fun with 2 cute girls). Then at da hill2 there was Stella, who was in my book stella. sorry for the cheap joke, but i couldnt resist. She was possibly the cutest. Young, fun, talkative, enjoyable. And then Lucy, who i thought was drop dead sexy. She's got the figure i love. Also her age. I like the younger girls (both Stella and Lucy were fairly young, and without giving away my own age, i feel like i've had better times with younger gals than the older, aside from Sonya and Natalie, who were probably late twenties, early thirties, but perhaps not yet jaded? who knows). I will say Jennifer of ch2 gave a great session too. I definately enjoyed my time with her. She felt frisky and fun. And i hung w/ Channell once, but she was annoyed because i got there late, they were about to close, and i had alcohol on my breath, but Chanell was still fun, but not my favorite. all in all i guess im saying times have reached a point of mediocrity, our roman decadance has all but faded. i look foward to the next epicurean era, but neither the brandy and wine nor eve's tasty treat offer it.