Sunday May 19, 2019

Ecclesiastes 5:19 Likewise all to whom God gives wealth and possessions and whom he enables to enjoy them, and to accept their lot and find enjoyment in their toil—this is the gift of God.

We all got up early this morning and made our way to breakfast and then the field for another game. Today’s games were double elimination (though we thought they were single elimination). Their team was the newest team in the tournament and while they held their own, they did not win any games yesterday. This morning, however, they won! Which meant they had one more game to play. Since we were never going to make our check-out time, the kids and I piled into the car and headed back to the hotel so we could check-out and then stop by the store for baby wipes (Jeff wasn’t going to have access to a shower) and some gatorades for the team. We got back to the field just as they were finishing up their game, but Lucia has time to trip and fall, which landed her in the first aid tent. (OK let’s be honest here…this was definitely not a serious injury, but in the mind of a 6 year old, she was desperately needed this attention for the first aid crew and boy did she soak it all in!)

It took a while to leave the field, between Lucia requiring first aid and Jeff requiring a baby wipe bath! But we did manage to gather everything up and make our way to the Circus Pub where we had an amazing lunch. Jeff said that this was the best burger ever. Once we finished lunch it was almost 4 pm, so we decided that our best bet would be to drive by the Palace of Parliament. We realized that our time for sightseeing was over for the weekend and really did do much. So during lunch we discussed the possibility of coming back to Bucharest on our way out of the country, but after seeing the parliament building (which was beautiful and huge), both Jeff and I agreed that we didn’t feel the need to come back. The city was beautiful, but it was still just a city. We agreed that there was more to see and experience in Brasov and the surrounding areas, rather than come to a congested and crowded city. I guess this year has really shown us the kind of traveling we prefer doing, and I can say with absolute certainty that I do not enjoy traveling in the big cities!

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