It has been so hard to find good internet that last week we couldn't post the weekly blog post 🙁 So... we decided to make the last two weeks in a single post! 😀
Lacanau! It's known for its good waves and for being part of the World Surf League Pro Junior so we couldn't miss it. The weather wasn't perfect but it was still magical because it was where we surfed most perfect waves so far.
We found the perfect skatepark for us. It wasn't very big but it was right next to the beach and not crowded! +photos
From Lacanau we went to Paris and, of course, we visited the Eiffel Tower and went up its 281 meters just to see the stunning view of the city. +photos
While strolling around the fancy streets of Paris and the metro we had the chance to visit some of the city attractions, like the Louvre, Notre Dame and the Moulin Rouge.
When we were leaving Paris we found the biggest skatepark of the city (and the biggest we've ever seen!). It was closed to the public but they gave us the opportunity to skate there a little bit. We had it just for us and it was amazing. +photos
After two weeks of skate and surf we finally went to Luxembourg, where we had our forth project.
Since we don't learn without falling over a few times, here is a shot of Tiago "skating" at one of the most beautiful buildings in Luxembourg, the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg. +photos
We met two amazing couples and a lovely dog that made our visit to Luxembourg even better! They showed us the city around and made a special dinner for us. (We finally ate something that wasn't pizza!)
We also had the pleasure to visit some great Portuguese friends in one of the most beautiful places we have ever been, Steinsel, Luxembourg. They also cooked for us an Italian meal that we loved, and Ana found her new favorite drink, Spritz!
Surrounded by forests and lakes, Steinsel it is one of the best places to visit in Luxembourg.
Between traveling, working and skating we still had time to visit a city that a lot of people recommended us, Trier in Germany. It is definitely a beautiful place full of history. It is well known for its "Porta Nigra" a big Roman monument with more than 2.000 years.
And in the end, another work done! We had the pleasure to work with Nelson in a website for the oldest futsal team of Luxembourg. He offered us not only a great stay in Luxenbourg but also a great friendship.
From Luxembourg we went to Belgium and now we are in The Netherlands, stay tuned for the next week blog post to know everything about it!
Published by: N/A Studio in Journey