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Eriksberg Wildlife Park, Transum
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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Vi stannade en natt för att mingla och lyssna på Edward Blom. Mycket bra upplägg, trevlig personal och underbara små snittar till champagnen, blev mest imponerad av restaurangens utformning, stora bor... read more »We stayed for a night to mingle and listen to Edward bloom. Very good layout, Nice staff and wonderful little finger sandwiches to champagne, was most impressed by the restaurant's design, large table for 2! with just enough distance to neighbouring table, so it would look in more places. The food was very good and the dishes were well composed, only the disappointment was Clark but it's a matter of taste. Will definitely go again when Safari Park is open-awesome to hear red deer! We pondered a bit on the lack of information if it was OK to stroll around in view of the animals when they took their evening walk, possibly it was in any of the brochures. An experience beyond the ordinary.show original
Tolle Safari durch beeindruckende Natur. Genialer Sppielplatz mit Resaurant. Deutsche CD-Führung im eigenen Auto.Tiere leben frei und haben genug Rückzugsmöglichkeiten.Great Safari through impressive nature. Brilliant Sppielplatz with Resaurant. German CD command in the own Auto.Tiere live free and have enough to retreat to.show original
Vi började vår vistelse med att äta en sen lunch i restaurangen. Förväntningarna var ganska höga då vi har sett att restaurangen har fått white guide utmärkelsen två gånger. Jag valde piggvaren ett hy... read more »We started our stay with eating a late lunch in the restaurant. The expectations were quite high because we have seen that the restaurant has a white guide Award twice. I chose the turbot a fairly expensive choice. Unfortunately, there were three black hairs on the fish. When we pointed this out, we got no sympathy at all by the waitress. No apology, no compensation. In other words, a bad attitude! Unfortunately, they put too much money on appearance and awards and forgotten the importance of training the staff. The tour was beautiful and we saw many animals, we had good weather did stay really well when there is also a children's playground located at the water's edge. Bring a picnic basket and stay at the beautiful view. Maybe even a pair of binoculars would have been fun to have with you.show original
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