One fine day, while traveling to our family in the South of Germany we were lucky enough to be close to rust to visit Europa-Park — one of the most famous parks in the world, with a vast territory, with many attractions and owned by only one family, Mack .
The amazing feature is that here are all the principal countries of Europe . Portugal, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Greece, France and many others. For each country selected separate territory where you can feel the national character, which manifests itself in architecture, Souvenirs and, of course, the kitchen.
Children were running as usual from one side to the other, not knowing what to try. For example, in miniature of Holland, you can eat the fish in France is to taste national dishes, Flammkuchen and Crepes, Italy — pizza, in Germany, of course, sausages.
Throughout wandering animals, symbolizing the particular country that you are playing with and Photographed the kids. Russia is represented by imposing a bear :).
For General guidance about Europa-Park in Germany suggest a ride on the train with stops in almost every country, or to experience the comfort of monorail. Continue reading
The rider on the Rodeo in a special helmet for the Rodeo on sheep.
In one song were sung, “Mama, don’t let your baby grow up to be a cowboy,” is perhaps good advice but once children have failed in this sport, they will lose interest in him from an early age. The Rodeo sheep is a new Junior Rodeo, where parents pay money to their children (aged two to six years) planted astride the sheep, and the young riders have tried all possible ways to keep in the saddle as long as possible.
A good rider for such a small lamb.
Imagine riding a semi-wild horse, lasso, spurs, saddles and all riders must weigh no more than 27-28 pounds. Any danger to animals and children is minimized, because the organizers of the Rodeo are very sensitive to the absolute security of all participants. Although there are no generally accepted rules in the sport, the weight limit is installed in order to protect the sheep, while to protect the child uses a helmet and padded vest. Relevant documents about security, of course, the same sign as in a normal Rodeo, but the parents of the riders.
Interestingly, they chatdata like to stay in the saddle or is it from nature?
Bill Armstrong, 69 years, driving the Payson (AZ) Rodeo (the longest in the world of Rodeo) for 25 years, says: “I saw thousands of Rodeo on sheep, but in none of them the child was not hurt. Continue reading