My BIGGEST anxiety was that I wouldn’t be able to hear myself singing “Dayenu” in the din of a huge, packed ballroom. I asked Allyson for a ‘quiet corner’ in a quiet dining room, AND SHE DELIVERED! Not only did we get TABLE 1 (how did they know I was #1 caliber?! lol) in the quiet dining room, we =who love singing =got paired with the adjacent table, seating the fantastic Goldenbergs, to create an explosive singing force that literally reverberated around the entire dining room, erupting in spontaneous dance trains that got the whole house rocking!! My daughter and her roommate – who had survived a Pesach disaster last year – were scratching their heads at the utter efficiency and constant variety at the meals that we experienced here at FFH! They kept saying “OK, I bet you next dinner will be leftovers”, and it NEVER HAPPENED! Jose was our waiter, and if we so much as whispered to ourselves “pickles”, he would be back in a flash with sliced crunchy sour pickles! We had to keep stopping him from overwhelming us with extras, not even on the menu! I love ping pong. But Michael Goldenberg, hailing from Florida, introduced me to the fastest growing sport in the USA…PICKLEBALL! And Villa Roma had the setup for it, indoors! I also helped train numerous kids in basic ping pong skills, like how to hold the racket, and gained much satisfaction when their Moms shepped nachas and took videos of their kids playing 150% better than before! The food was abundant, and that’s a gross understatement! I got my Cabernet and Merlot wines for any and every dinner. Matza, romaine, horseradish, grape juice, weaker wines were all available in plenty. The accommodations for us were outside the main building in Building 8. The heat there was not too controllable, and was ok for Sheindy, but lethally stifling for me, so we had to open the window to create a balance. Otherwise, all good, and the walk to the Main Bldg was about 3-4 minutes, enough to get some good fresh air and get a headstart on the morning prayers!