|Rocking my sweet baby in the window seat|
We didn't do anything special at all. No sight-seeing, no souvenirs, no family or friends to visit. Unless...you count these things as being special: having fun exploring our hotel, eating THE BEST carrot cake I've ever had, taking a nap EVERY DAY with the little kids, and being mistaken for a church group when we went out for dinner. Actually, those things were kind of special, too.
|We found an enclosed terrace and courtyard|
that we used as a classroom, playground, and park each day.
We kept up with a bit of school work, so we didn't completely fall behind. Love that about homeschooling because we can learn anywhere we go. We got up early, ate the free waffle/sausage/fruit/cereal/yogurt breakfast. (It was nice eating breakfast as a family before my husband went to work each day.) Then, we did a little school work, and after that, we played and played the rest of the day.
|Homeschool books have their own suitcase.|
|Pattern blocks = preschool|
|Gazebo in the courtyard:|
Perfect place for our read aloud.
I'm grateful for the time, the memories, the rest.