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Travel Blogs from Pérignat-lès-Sarliève
... He had a line up forever. This must be something good. It was a 45 minute wait ... rather long but we had a yummy lunch - so much so I deserved a nap after. The chicken does not compare to Felix Chicken in Puertas Vallarta but nothing doss so... Christine and I did yoga on the grass at Sable Show while Caleb played soccer. The off to ping pong where heck froze over and the little man Caleb beat papa 5-3 ... Spaghetti and meatballs ...
With the late night we knew it would be a late start to the day. 2PM was the start of the Ping Pong tournament at Sable Show. Caleb and I played well in our first few matches. A few close losses along with a win or two. Then it was time for Caleb Versus Robert - the marquee match of the day. It was a fierce battle with incredible shots and both players leaving it all on the table. 11-9 was the final ! Caleb and I stayed for part two of the tournament and games ...
We started the day (yes late morning again - Caleb is still noting that the time change from Vancouver is still effecting him) by seeing that our market was indeed on today. Well then more fish and vegetables and a yummy breakfast. We visited the small town of Chamalieres which is basically a 'suburb' of Clermont. We wandered towards the biggest green space we could see on the map which ended up being a nice park where their city hall is located. There are some fountains to which ...
... are in the blood...hmm. Caleb and Christine enjoyed How to Train Your Dragon 2 at the cinema. I took the time to try my new running shoes out. Caleb and I then went to play some more Pètèca at Sable Show. Kassim and his cousin were there and played too. I seem to have landed funny and hyperextended my left knee. Why not have another body part that aches :) Sleepy ...
... hope that is an okay use for mini totem poles? Our third turn brought us to a more advanced play park which was more like an obstacle course. It turned into the Feats of Strength part of the day. Sleek and light as a feather Caleb made his way across the rather high monkey bar portion on his second attempt. I attempted a few times and realized supporting my own weight and swinging is not that ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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