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French amusement park Asteriks

Sergey Dolya • 4 minutes read • April 16th, 2016


is not only an animation hero, but also the amusement park near


. Having gone out of the plane  instead of going to hotel, we were taken straight to this park to ride on attractions...
Monday. Morning. There was dull, cold, rainy weather. Well, everything disposed to riding on attractions. 
This year it is 20 years from the date of the park opening. During this time it has considerably decayed and became outdated. 
For a start we manipulated the ships:
Local kids were obviously the best:
The whole park was decorated with Helloween pumpkins:
Thermal ovens design pleased us a lot. All over the


you can see metal ballot boxes in which coals smolder are placed. It is possible to approach and get warm:
I tried to imprint enthusiastic emotions of visitors. It was quite difficult to do that. Surprisingly, but many people around me were sad and suppressed. The pleasure, fun and euphoria weren't felt:
Everybody was dressed in black-white-gray clothes. And the mood in park was exactly the same:
A few smiles managed to be caught on small slides:
The huge shaken boat was the most spectacular attraction from where you may hear children's squeal from time to time: 
We have climbed here too: 
The last show we visited was the dolphinarium: 
It took us 2 hours to get from the parс Asterix to the first castle where we stopped for the night. Have arrived tired, and I am going to photograph the castle outside right now. Yesterday I was truly struck by the room we got. We were lodged in smart apartments: 
We dined at a local restaurant. We had a foie-gras with a plum mousse, medallions from mutton in mint sauce and hot chocolate cake with a crimson water ice for a dessert.
In 2 hours we are going to a three-day journey to Loire castles. Stay Tuned!
Author: Sergeydolya
Translated by: Gian Luka

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