Bastille Day Celebration
We had a lazy morning and then walked down to Yaletown and to the Roundhouse Community Centre, which was hosting a Bastille Day celebration.
We got there and saw there was a train from 1887 there, so we had to take a look at that first!
There were a few exhibits, but mostly food and drink.
There were some crepe stands, beer stands, tea stands and a full brass band, too!
Unfortunately, there wasn’t really that much going on, so we left the area and went to find somewhere to look for hats.
We wanted to look for a new hat for Curtis as Kim wanted to get him one for his birthday.
We went to a few shops around the city, but couldn’t find anything that great.
We went to a few other shops to get some other things, such as some shorts for Curtis and some work clothes for Kim.
We left the shopping centre and discovered a small Thai festival, which we had a quick walk around, but that wasn’t all that interesting either.
Kim had a coffee and doughnut at a coffee shop near her work before and said it was really nice, so she wanted to take Curtis there. It is called 49th Parallel.
Curtis got a raspberry doughnut and Kim got a chocolate doughnut. The doughnuts were really good but also light which is nice.
Curtis had a cappucino with his and Kim had mocha. Both coffees were amazing and Curtis loved the fact that the coffee actually had its own flavour!
We got back home and had some pizza with salad and watched some TV.
We then watched How To Train Your Dragon (the first one).
We had a few hours out the house today, but nothing taxing, which was nice.
Mr & Mrs Hale