miercuri, 11 iunie 2014

Arsenal Park

Every day I'm telling myself I need to write more often, every night I go to sleep tired and without writing a word. I'm kind of upset for not sharing Bogdan's beautiful pictures and, more than that, telling about some beautiful places we discovered.

Last weekend we went in Transylvania, in a special place: Arsenal Park. It was nothing planned too carefully: on Wednesday an old friend of us told me about it, on Saturday we were there.

It's quite a long drive from Bucharest, about five hours, so it's worth staying longer, because the area is filled with wonders. The park is an outdoor military themed park, near Orastie, the one and only in Romania. And I saw on their internet page that are not to many in Europe, either. It's situated in a forrest, and the whole place is a museum, the kids were curious and very excited to see such vehicles and weapons.

The food was good and the tomatoes tasty, so we ate all the meals in their restaurant. It was good, and it's gettin' better: the kids were just a stone's throw of not one, but two flying foxes, so we had dinner, breakfast and lunch in... silence. Strange, huh? Perhaps I should say that our kids are not talking, they can only yell. Even in their sleep. This is why nobody wants to travel with us, so we have beautiful family holidays every year. You know, family bonding.

About the area, it's full of treasures: the ruins of Sarmizegetusa Regia (the capital of Dacia prior to the wars with the Roman Empire), the Geoagiu waterfall, the bison reserve Hateg-Silvut, lots of fortified monasteries, Deva's waterpark.

But we didn't leave the premises, the Park's offer was irresistible: bicycles, double bicycles, outdoor and indoor swimming pool. And lots of beer.

And because an image is worth a thousand words, here we go:

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