A peek at a special Chocolaterie

Olala Chocola

At the chocolaterie

At the Chocolaterie 4

.Bag with Cocolate

At the Chocolaterie 5

At the Chcolaterie 6

At the Chocolaterie 3

At the Chocolaterie 9

Near the Chocolaterie

Last Saturday we went to town and visited some very lovely places. The children had a blast at a grand playground.

It’s located between two rows of houses and if you’re just passing by, it isn’t obvious that behind the houses a very large playground is suited.

After that we got our favourite ice cream {mint and blueberry muffin taste for me!} and visited the woods. I forget to mention {although all the pictures are related!} that we discovered a new shop. It’s a Chocolaterie {chocolate shop} and what was particularly nice about it, was the fact that you could get a very nice peek at the making of chocolate{!} As a homeschooling mom, I’m often on the hunt for interesting things for the children. And this really was a great way of letting them gain a very good insight into the chocolate making process. The lady of the shop was very kind to us and let the children come {very} close to the machines, with me just behind them. At one point, my youngest daughter actually put her finger in the chocolate {ahum}. Did I already mention my kids are very fond of everything chocolate?

All with all a special experience and of course some amount of chocolate also got home with us. {They didn’t last long enough to take pictures! Sorry!}

 

~Have you been discovering some new places you wouldn’t want to forget? Tell in the comments, if you’d like! Thank you!

 

 

A few more..

Well, just a few more ’cause place and athmosphere were lovely..

 

 

 

 

 

The sign near the window stated~ Coffee and fresh juice. Homebaked pie. {And they had plenty!} Nice lunch. English antiques and furniture.

 

It was a treat, finding this place. Hamdoelillâh.

 

{Just a note, it is tea we love, though coffee sometimes may sound cozy to me. What do you prefer? Hot coffee or tasty tea?}