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This was a beautiful day with the family. We took our time ate lunch, fresh doughnuts, beaver tails... thank goodness we walked a lot (They do have scooters at the door that you can probably rent).
Everybody in the family enjoyed their day today, i...More
My daughter and I spent 2 hours visiting the village. The actors were quite funny and entertaining. (I have been there before and it seems like the actors were better than before). You have to meet the school Mistress (make sure you behave) and the...More
We'd visited the village few times already and its always fun! Amazing buildings, great settings. You feel like in a movie set or time traveller. People in the houses do their regular work around there. There's a lady cooking dinner, another one is making real...More
Gives a very good perspective of what was life in the past with lots of actors and demonstration of numerous tasks of the time. Can easily spend a full day and not see everything. The Village is accessible directly from the neighbouring CEPAC Campground.
We took our granddaughter there for a visit and she just loved it but wished there were more people who spoke English or at least the write up and pamphlets could be. I spent half my day translating. Still had a great time.
Awful in every possible way: Rundown place, extremly expensive for what you get, terrible comedians, no entertainers shows whatsoever, shameful facilities (have seen better rest rooms in middle-of-nowhere gas stations). All in all, I want my 85$ and one hour of my life back!. Avoid...More
Overnited. Walked the river. Saw the church. Visited to this ambitious undertaking. But not even a piece of paper offered to translate anything into English. Come on. USA is a few miles away, what's with that? I guess no business is needed from other than...More