Dreamcastle

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 25.05.2010

It was a tiny recreation park but so cute and so many things to see.
At the entrance stood 2 big elephant statues.
Every minute I discovered something new. There were animals, rock foundations, towers, bridges and waterfalls.
It was like walking trough a fairy tail. I enjoyed Dreamcastle and it was absolutely worth it.
This Dreamcastle was build by a father and his son with own hands.
I can recommend this to every one with children.
But not anymore, closed in 2007.

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