Ibis Clermont-Ferrand Sud Carrefour Herbet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... win against their kids... Why do you? I thought we were beyond me letting him win was the discussion. Soon he will beat me at everything...just not yet :) The sky was getting dark and I saw some lightning so we rushed home which was a good thing as a few minutes later there was a downpour with a heavy wind, thunder, lightening and of course HAIL... Huh... in July... This is not Calgary... We had the salmon wrapped around crab etc again...and again it was soooo ...
... 233;téca for a bit. I picked Caleb up and we headed out on the tram to the Clermont Foot 63 soccer match. There was a good crowd maybe 8,000 I would guess and kids under 16 got in for free. The food options were limited but we found an option which equated to ripping a full loaf of white bread in half, slicing it open, loading it with condiments, throwing in a few beef sliders and then the secret step - filling the rest of it full of fries. Maybe it was lean ground beef :) ...
... 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 ...