Aboard the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express’ inaugural journey to the Alps

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By Adam Bloodworth We discover that “The Train,” as society types call the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, is the ultimate 1920s immersive theatre experience The train is careering through the darkened outskirts of Paris when oysters are placed at my table to pair with my last glug of champagne. I’m eating from an embroidered armchair more accurately described as a throne. Someone presents another dish prepared by the Michelin starred French chef Jean Imbert, the current wonderkid of Parisian dining, and we raise a toast as the train sways past the high rises and out into the depths of the vast…

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