An ocean view/ SWEET LI­FE IN TRAN­CO­SO

VOGUE Bambini - - NOW KIDS -

Court­ney the mom and Ro­bert the dad are a pair of fa­mous ar­chi­tec­ts who re­mo­del and de­si­gn dream ho­mes in the Uni­ted Sta­tes and el­sewhe­re. They ha­ve ‘just’ se­ven chil­dren, ran­ging in ages from se­ven to ni­ne­teen. Of the ma­ny pla­ces whe­re the fa­mi­ly has li­ved, one fa­vo­ri­te is Tran­co­so in Bra­zil, whe­re the No­vo­gra­tz re­mo­de­led a gor­geous ho­li­day ho­me on the bea­ch and de­si­gned a bu­co­lic tree­hou­se.The ci­ty is per­fect for kid-friend­ly va­ca­tions, as the youn­ge­st of the ho­me - Fi­ve, Hol­le­der and Ma­jor - ex­plain. What are your fa­vo­ri­te ac­ti­vi­ties? Moun­tain-clim­bing, going to the Eco Wa­ter Park in Ar­ra­ial D’Aju­da and, of cour­se, sur­fing. So­me­ti­mes we ha­ve les­sons wi­th Ro­mual­do! We al­so lo­ve play­ing foot­ball wi­th our ol­der si­blings and ta­king ca­poei­ra les­sons from the lo­cals. What is your fa­vo­ri­te toy sto­re? Pa­pe­la­ria Aqua­re­la, on the main road, whi­ch is spe­cia­li­zed in arts&craf­ts ob­jec­ts. What book shop is a mu­st-see? Li­vra­ria No­bel, whe­re we al­ways go to look for books about Bra­zil. What’s the mo­st spe­cial mu­seum? MT­ran­co­so, a gal­le­ry spe­cia­li­zed in works in­spi­red by na­tu­re and ma­de by lo­cal ar­tists. Whe­re’s the be­st pla­ce for break­fa­st? At ho­me, in pa­ja­mas! Crois­san­ts, fruit, and ho­me­ma­de jui­ces. Whe­re do you go for your fa­vo­ri­te snack? At Ge­la­te­ria do Be­co or on the bea­ch for the be­st fried chee­se on a stick and a bo­wl of açai ber­ries. What’s your fa­vo­ri­te re­stau­rant? Ma­ri­ta­ca. The piz­za is fan­ta­stic. We’ve kno­wn the staff sin­ce we we­re lit­tle! Whe­re’s the be­st pla­ce for a par­ty? At ho­me, wi­th our bro­ther Brea­ker as the DJ! What are your fa­vo­ri­te ex­cur­sions? Ita­po­ran­ga Vil­la­ge, whe­re we ha­ve fun play­ing wi­th slo­ths and en­joy the at­mo­sphe­re of the to­wn whi­ch is dif­fe­rent from any­whe­re el­se.

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