A pretty sunrise and macarons for breakfast, meant that the day began on a good note 😉
We made arrangements to go and visit with Lake’s great Oma and Opa at their home during that afternoon, where Mike and I were served some hot chocolate and Lake was given a cookie to gnaw on for a while, as he’s still only got two teeth 🤪
The toy trunk was opened and all kinds of goodies were taken out and examined.
Daddy and Opa had to help show some of the toys and their uses 😉
Among the things that were brought out for Lake’s entertainment were some traditional Dutch clogs.
We didn’t expect to get as much laughter out of them as we did, but I’m so happy this happened 🙈
Once he realized it was his feet making the noise, he definitely added some extra gusto into his kicks 😂 The other pair of clogs they had, which fit him better, came home with us 😜👌🏼
Time came for us to end our visit there and drop Lake off at his Aunty’s, so we could go out and enjoy the Greek restaurant in Germany, without him 🤪
Needing to put our full attention on the food 😉
Syrtaki, the place we’d frequent now and then while living in The Netherlands, welcomed us once again.
The complimentary starters of a very heavily dressed yet somehow still tasty salad, little toasted bread slices with two type of butters came out and this time we added a cheese stuffed pepper to go with as well 😅
We got our regular two dishes, planning to share, as we so often tend to do.
It was good, and we overestimated our capabilities as to how much we could eat, but that’s what to go containers are for 🤪
Taking that route along the Rhine river back to the car, we enjoyed the setting sun and Mike pointed out an overlooking apartment he’d once looked at getting for us before our wedding. Due to how far away it was from work and being in Germany where there’s even less English spoken, it had turned into a no go. But it’s interesting to think how things COULD have been in a way.
Dessert awaited us at the sister-in-law’s and little did I know, but she’d made one especially for me😉
A lemon meringue tart!
I felt very honoured, and we enjoyed it very much, though we were very, very full at that point 😅
Lake had benefited from some personal bonding and we also, but then came the dessert and visiting with family thrown in, so it was a win-win all around in our books 😉
4 thoughts on “Grands, Greek And Good Times”
Love the Dutch clog toe tapping 😆
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Haha, yes, it hasn’t lost its funny to me either 😜👍🏻
So many beautiful places and such a gift to be able to visit with everyone again.🥰
I also agree the dancing is awesome.🤣
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It was long overdue!! 🙌🏻💗
Haha, yes.. we’ll have to see if he dances the same in them here 😂