Monday, June 4, 2012

Parc Tony Neuman

Many people have asked us what kind of travel and exploring we have planned for our time in Europe.  Where are we headed first?  What countries are on our list?  Which famous cities, which historical sites, which castles?

But when it comes down to it, our little family is very easy to please.  Our idea of adventure is (aside from just making it to Europe in the first place) a walk to a spot on a GPS that we haven't tried before, and the possibility of finding a playground as kid-incentive.  Call it homemade-ultra-light-geocaching, perhaps?  Maybe boring-ultra-light-geocaching?

Whatever it is, we are perfectly content.

Saturday evening we set out from the temporary apartment to Parc Tony Neuman. (Hey, say, "Parc" with a really French/German "r," immediately followed by "Tony Neuman" in an American accent.  Go ahead, try it.  Paachhhkk Tony Newman.  This is also how we amuse ourselves.  Did I mention we are easy to please?)

On satellite view, the pacchhhkk was all treetops, with a small, sandy-colored clearing in the far corner - must be the playground.

finding the entrance
a promising path


dog chasing remote control car on the way back = icing on the cake of kid-entertainment
back to the entrance
we did it.

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