Hostellerie Les Chevreuils
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... to not only revive the games, but ultimately wanted to change the way of the world through sport. It was incredibly inspiring to see.
The children really enjoyed themselves, listening to the various displays, looking, touching and feeling the different items, and even being able to be interactive with the various Olympic torches over time. It was truly magical.
Our time drew to an end all to quickly and we headed back to our little abode in ...
Angela delighted us with her staying for two days. When you don't get to see someone but every few years, you grab at as much time as you can get!!!
Bless her heart, when I said that we didn't know what we were up to, she was quick to quip - "I'll just do whatever you do!" with a huge smile on her face. Sigh…I love my cousin.
That morning, Angela made coffee for us (she didn't even need to read ...
It was like going to the Stampede. People lining up in throngs under the heat of the sun, kids in tow, ready to willingly hand over gobs and gobs of money to be rewarded with rides, theme parks and full family excitement, even shows, to then get hungry causing you to – yup you guessed it – consume food that costs even more. On Tuesday, we headed to the famous "Aquaparc" – a water slide/ multiple splash park/pool, lake extravaganza. For ...
Tony stood before the bicycle rental agency (which was two big wood shacks with a door) with two bicycles complete with Chariots! Wooot!!! The bicycles for Talia were just a hair too tall, and as she had not yet mastered hand brakes, it just was not to be and so she opted for some chariot time.
I did mention - Two bicycles, correct? With TWO chariots…..one for EACH kiddo…have you lifted Avaia recently..?
"I WANNA GO ...
... br> The boys LOVED the tour of the chocolate factory. It is done really well with a series of themed rooms that you are guided in to, with lots of theatrics as they tell you about the history of the brand and chocolate making. Then we saw the huge robotic machines that were actually mixing/pouring/cooling/packaging the chocolate and the final room was the 'degustation' room where we got to sample as many of the different types of chocolate as we wanted. Heaven. On. ...