Tivoli, Copenhagen, Denmark A small, slightly stiff, not full of tricked rides – and such a charming Tivoli Park. It seems that Hans Christian Andersen himself would recommend visiting him. Since the opening of the park in the middle of the 19th century, time seemed to stop there: it is quiet and blessed, despite the huge number of visitors. But, looking at the old water mill, do not miss the modern roller coaster and other attractions. Europa-Park, Rust, Germany The main amusement park in Germany has earned another proud title – it is the largest amusement park in Europe. You are waited by cheerful travels across the countries of Europe and fantastic lands, thematic attractions and representations. Included are fun, surprise, surprises and – as without this – a desire to return here again. And it’s worth returning: every year the park finds new topics for entertainment. Read more about Europa-Park on our website page. Continue reading
The time parents spend with their children often passes by in anticipation of something. It can be a “small” queue at Sberbank for paying receipts, or at a counter in a store, or when we just need to get some help. We are waiting for us to be served in the restaurant, until the swing is free, or until our favorite TV show begins. In these situations, children understand that for adults, waiting can also be tiring.
Sometimes we find ourselves in a special waiting room, as happens when visiting a pediatrician or dentist, and then the wait is accompanied by a feeling of anxiety. When at such moments we try to amuse the child by playing calm and interesting games with him, he feels gratitude to us and makes it clear that now he is especially necessary for us. Continue reading