Victoria Garden Strasbourg
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Today we went to Europa Park. The park is separated into all the different areas of Europe. From Russia to Spain to Iceland. It is themed like that country and has rides, shows and entertainment. Not opened at 11 so we got there early so we could go straight in and go on some rides without the queues. There still were queues though. We started with a bobsled roller coaster that Ash cracked me up! Her words- I don't like this, I don't like this, AHHHH! And at the end she wouldn't admit it ...
... gravy and some veges. Was absolutely delicious!! For dessert we had a chocolate cake log, cream, mouse and gelato ice cream cake. After feeling incredibly full we waddled outside and grabbed the nurf guns. We had a massive nurf war in the farm courtyard and it was great. Until o got hit in the eye. But I'm ok! We proceeded to have a game of cricket! It was a lot of fun! Now we are back inside and chilling. Watching a movie. Overall a great ...
... to bed, we also planned our day when we get to Zurich, as we arrive just before lunch, so I don't think our hotel room will be ready. So we will have time to explore when we get there, before we can check in. I was glad we made Strasbourg our Christmas stop over. Gave us a chance to rest and relax after some busy stop overs in London and Paris. The legs and ankles are nearly back to normal, with Rome coming up in a few days time, I am sure I will be hurting again very ...
We went to the local shops and bought two new jackets, pair of shoes, two scarves, two jumpers, three pairs of gloves and walkie talkies. Possible more but I don't remember. It is much cheaper for winter stuff here. Really good quality and looks fantastic. We spent way too much. Later the day we caught the bus to Strasbourg to see the Christmas markets. We walked through a massive shopping centre to get to the markets. I had to pee so went into Meccas ...
... The portion was wayyyy to generous even for our giant Singaporean appetite!
We got lost walking there and lucky for us, we saw two beavers frolicking around in the river. It was quite an experience as the only 'wildlife' we get back home in urban zones are crows, pigeons and recently, rats (hello ...