I’ve decided to spice up the old travelogue by lumping together our experiences rather than jotting down our day-by-day itinerary. Anyway, I already did that on my Facebook so I don’t want to just repeat myself here. If you ever want any detailed info about our trip, please ask. You all know I love talking travel!
This post is dedicated to all the parks we visited. We wanted to give ourselves a lot of play time so that it didn’t feel like we were always on the go. This meant that we stopped at most of the parks we passed and we tried to spend some good time while there.
Our kids now think that the world is their playground! And why shouldn’t it be?
Washington Square Park
Oh, what a wonderful way to start the day! This man was so great and talked and taught the entire game. Nate did impress him as he sat right down and started playing strategically immediately. He already knows some moves from his time in Chess Club. I don’t think the man was expecting it!
Super cool jammin’.
Greenwich Village Neighborhood Playground
Pier 51 Playground
Jardin du Luxembourg – Paris
Petanque is alive and well in Paris.
Tucked way in under the trees we happened upon a wonderful playground full of too-dangerous-for-American-children equipment. These American kids had a blast!
Luxembourg City Corner Playground
Vallee de la Petrusse – Luxembourg
Westduinpark – The Netherlands
Parks. Just do it.
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