R is for Roller Rink


by Lillian Csernica on April 20, 2014

 

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By now you’re thinking, “She’s got to be running out of ideas.  Soon she’ll have to just start making things up!”  Well, that day is NOT today!  There is in fact a chocolate roller rink, and it’s located in Canela, Brazil.

 

From http://daveswworld.blogspot.com/2011/09/cross-country-travel-day-5.html:

” We stop at a cute shop and I quickly fill boxes with chocolate of all kinds for my American friends.  The cashier tells us to make sure we head upstairs to see what is up there before retreating to our car.  Of course our curiosity is heightened and we head up past

the chocolate waterfall and life size chocolate figures.  We come to a room with music playing.  After further investigation,  we see two kids ice skating, but this is no regular rink – the kids are skating on chocolate.  Yes chocolate.  I watch a while and think of putting on a pair of skates myself,  but it is a small rink and we have more of Canela to see.”

Yes, folks, the Brazilians are so cool they have even created a skating rink for kids where the floor is pure chocolate.  I ask you, did you ever think you’d see something this cool?

Now tell me this:  if you could build an entertainment location out of chocolate, what would it be?  Miniature golf?  Bowling?  The kind of games you play on the midway at the State Fair?  Come on!  Let’s hear some ideas!

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Filed under Blog challenges, chocolate, Family, Food, history, Humor, science fiction, Writing

4 responses to “R is for Roller Rink

  1. Oh wow, what a fun theme! 😀 I have been reading back 🙂

    @TarkabarkaHolgy from
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  2. That is awesome. Although, I’d be worried about it melting or the skates ruining it and tripping someone.

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