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... of shopping and a quick change of clothes we were on our way to our first games vs VGA.
The boys blew out a few cobwebs during the warm ups and were ready for their first matches.
BOTH teams won their matches Juniors 3-0 & Seniors 2-1.
MVP's Junior - Henry McNicol
MVP's Senior - Alex Lynch
After a long day and a quick bite it was off to sleep to prepare for the next adventure.
... in a park. It was lovely and cool under the trees. We both got a little bit pink from the sun actually, as the weather today was awesome.
We had a better view of the arc de triumph from where we were, so we decided to keep walking toward it. They were still taking down the barricading from the tour de france and we had to walk around it all. We walked along the Champs Elysees and marvelled at the cars honking their horns everywhere.
... time because of heavy traffic, so we were exhausted! We decided to have a 4 hour nap and then straighten out the double booking problem. The hotel was beautiful and our room quite inviting! We finished off the evening by going to a French Bistro for a late Fish dinner. The French can sure cook!
Friday, May 1st. We were going to visit the Louvre on this day but as luck would have it, May 1st is a holiday in France. ...
... We topped it of with the lightest, fluffiest Mille-feuille you'll ever find - layers and layers of puff pastry and vanilla custard! YUM! Tomorrow's forecast is for rain, so the itinerary may change accordingly. We'll either see some museums or saunter down Champs Élysées to the Arc du Triomphe and make our way to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Bises (kisses) from ...
... the visit. This market has many wooden chalets (over 350) with traditional arts and crafts, wood carving to glass ornaments,jewelery and festive decorations.
To feed a hungry tums they sell everything from national dishes,sausages, salami, nutella crepes, churros, cheese and chocolates.. There is also ...