The grandparents of the Home for the Elderly arrived in the most beautiful aristocratic garden in Romania
Perhaps each of us once wished to walk in a garden that gave us inner peace and delighted our eyes.
The grandparents got their dream come true.... Although, at first glance, you may think you have stepped into a royal court in Tuscany, you are actually in a village in Romania where the owner, Mr. Giovanni Salvatelli, an Italian from the Ancona area, says that this place has attracted him since his first visit. The garden is named after his granddaughter Zoe, but it could be the prototype of the ideal woman, because in the garden you find the perfect balance.
The grandparents met the owner on one of the garden paths, immortalizing the moment in a photo, this of course after Giovanni had replaced his "working clothes" with one befitting an "italiano vero".
Afterwards, just 4 km away, the youngsters stayed for a few hours in a medieval castle, perched on a hill overlooking the entire valley, where the owner, Mrs Adriana, fascinated them with legends and stories from the past. She remembers how one night, before opening the hotel, she painted the banisters, and after a while, the lights suddenly went out. He goes downstairs to turn on the bulb, but after a few minutes it goes out again. Sensing the presence of Izi's spirit, who was still "roaming" the area, Adriana said to him: "Izi, please let me finish, I'm very tired!"...... and the light never went out again.
If you're curious to know Izi's story, venture past the Castle of the Wolves which honours the Great White Wolf - the symbol of the Dacian people.