Ain Ghazal Chateau
Found on the island of Ain Ghazal, this is also the home of the Sisterhood of the Rose. The entry point of the Ain Ghazal Chateau is less than 4000 feet above sea level. It extends far above that, but snow is somewhat unusual even at the Chateau's heights. The Chateau is a sanctuary surrounded by vineyards, from which are made the finest brandies and wines in all Kermoria. Located near the center of the four mainland provinces, and with a philosophy of neutrality, it has often served as a meeting site during treaty negotiations among the continent's political leaders. It also holds the chamber where meetings of the provincial government occur, called the Forfedhdar Enclave. Facilities include a banquet room, ballroom with a dance floor, library, council chamber with four audience balconies, amphitheater, music conservatory, meeting rooms, bell tower with carillon, kitchens, dining halls, and dormitories. Within the building are a number of refreshments.
|On the wide wooden counter|
|some roast viscacha||0|
|some garlic roasted turtle||0|
|some fish stew||0|
|a loaf of sliced bread||0|
|some watercress salad||0|
|a tureen of cool green watercress soup||0|
|a pitcher of water||0|
note: These foods are also one room west in the Ain Ghazal Chateau, Refectory.
|On the large teak lectern|
|a pitcher of glacial water||0|
note: This beverage is also in the nearby Ain Ghazal Chateau, Chapter Room 1.