Great Britain Ice Hockey
Curtis was up at 07:00 to watch Great Britain play against France with the winner staying up in the top division.
Great Britain fell behind 3-0 but turned it around, got into overtime and ended up winning 4-3 and are staying in the top division!
We got up and ready after relaxing for a bit and then we walked, in the slight rain, to the train station to get to Metropolis.
We started by doing some reverse shopping, in which we returned a couple of pairs of incorrectly ordered shoes.
We were both very hungry so we looked around for somewhere to eat. We found The American Cheesesteak Co. Where they were selling a beef wrap for $1.99! That soubded like an amazing price, so we got one each.
This was where it got interesting…After a few bites, we noticed there were no beef chunks, but instead, beef salami! We asked about this, as did many other customers, and they said that is beef and that is what they sell…we were expecting chunks of beef, but it was cheap.
We ate quickly and moved on.
We walked around homesense, looking at items we could potentionally get for our apartment once we move in.
We were in here for a while, but then wanted a coffee so we went to get one.
We visited Blenz Coffee, which we find hit and miss, and Curtis’ coffee wasn’t great. It was just a cappucino, but it was WAY too hot and didn’t even taste good, which was a shame.
We watched Detective Pikachu in a cinema which had vibrating seats and some, more expensive, seats even moved with the film!
We went into the film with low expectations, but we actually really enjoyed it. It seemed to keep getting better and the plot twists were excellent! The CGI was questionable but the general animation was fantastic.
We came home and weren’t really hungry for dinner, so instead we had a coffee crisp each, which are coffee flavoured chocolate bars. These were quite nice, but we weren’t hungry enough to have a full meal.
We watched TV for a few hours and then got some sleep.
Mr & Mrs Hale