Castle Available

JoeBrown
#1
Looking for a dream location

Hilarious!

Looking for a place to rent? Anyone interested? New campus idea?

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http://www.intoko.ca/markt/213/217/i...sBQYMPCQ%3D%3D
 
vista
#2
A quick look and that looks like the 'house/castle' in the north of Ajax. North of Taunton, south of #7 and north of Deer Creek golf.

Yet where it is built like a castle, it would be much smaller.

Interesting.
 
peapod
#3
Interesting, I am looking for a place to holiday. Do you think they provide fresh dove body refreshers sample packs?
 
Lisa
#4
Hum, ok so I live in Europe and am therefore not that impressed! As you have seen even my village has a castle.

But hey, are there a lot of castles in Canada? Or America? What is their histories, they were probably buil by rich folks who enjoy the European castles?

You know what the best castle is? Neuschwanstein, it belonged to a family memmber of Sisi and was the model for the castle of Disney world:

http://ariya.pandu.org/gallery/neuschwanstein.jpg

http://www.bauernhofurlaub-ostallgae...chwanstein.jpg
 
peapod
#5
No sleep for the wicked! Maybe this hot milk and post will do it! Lisa you only come out at night, you should come out and play more with us.
I cannot think of any castles in british columbia but I am sure there must be a few. I myself would really like to pay a visit to Doune castle in Scotland. I hear there are ghosts there that say things like "bring out your dead" Most of the knights there eat spam. And ghostly voices say things like "your mother is a hamster, and your father smells of elderberries" Apparently you can even rent a couple of coconuts and do a clop clop around the castle. I would like to see the bunny serial killer of legend there. Ah maybe someday I will make it to doune castle in scotland. Sleepy now..going going gone.........
 
EternalSunshine
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by Lisa

You know what the best castle is? Neuschwanstein, it belonged to a family memmber of Sisi and was the model for the castle of Disney world:

Thanks for the pictures, Lisa. I have been to Neueschwanstein when I was very little, but I still remember it well. They had a guided tour inside the castle, and weird thing, what impressed me most was the kitchen, it was huge (and I was little ).

I think it belonged to Ludwig II. Not sure though. It really is good to see it again.
 
Lisa
#7
Yes and I think he was a nephew of Queen Sisi. I had this with my history lessons. He practically ate himself to death so I am not surprised about the kitchen!

And another castle I really was impressed with was Edinburgh Castle. The most haunted castle of the world! It has a rich history, very interesting!
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#8
Neuschwanstein is an amazing place. The logo castle used in Disney films is, I believe, patterned after Neuschwanstein. I remember how very cold it was in that castle!
 
American Voice
#9
When I was a student, a friend of mine was from Orlando, in Florida. He gave me the inside scoop on Disneyworld. Buried in hardened underground siloes adjacent to the park is an entire wing of Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missiles. There's a whole string of such installations all up the East coast, actually. And the tower on top of Cinderella's castle is filled with sophisticated command, communications, control, and intelligence gear: CI, as they say in the trade. Rather shatters the illusion. As I remember, the park was very clean, almost sterile. Hey, I got matching genuine Mickey Mouse tee-shirts for me and my girl back home! If you're ever there, go to Winter Park, it has some great clubs.
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#10
I would never, in a zillion+ years, go to Disney World/Land. I detest everything Disney, curmudgeon that I am.
 
American Voice
#11
Curmudgeon that you are. I grew up with Disney on television, Sunday night, the Wonderful World of Disney, then the Wonderful World of Color, hosted by Disney himself.

I'll bet you didn't like Captain Kangaroo, either, huh?
 
crash
#12
Disney world is awesome, I have been there twice and I am taking my girlfriend next year.

Lots of fun for all ages, and the big kids in us
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by American Voice

Curmudgeon that you are. I grew up with Disney on television, Sunday night, the Wonderful World of Disney, then the Wonderful World of Color, hosted by Disney himself.

I'll bet you didn't like Captain Kangaroo, either, huh?

Nope. Didn't like Cap'n Kangaroo, either, although I have saved my most active dislike for all things Disney.

I liked Popeye, though. He was my hero. 8-) I even liked spinach because of Popeye.

Different things unleash the kid in all of us. Disney might do it for some, but I think I'll stick to riding my bike through puddles in the rain.
 
crash
#14
*shrugs*

I know one thing, its awesome fun.
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by crash

*shrugs*

I know one thing, its awesome fun.

*shrugs back* and thinks, 'whatever'

I know the same thing, it's awesome fun ('it' being the bone of contention, I suppose) (to each their own poison, though, as I said before).

*one final shrug* while thinking 'what the hell am I shrugging for?'
 
crash
#16
Yeah, an entire place geared to provide fun for every age group. How awful...

*takes a little poison*
*likes it a LOT*
*drinks way more*
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by crash

Yeah, an entire place geared to provide fun for every age group. How awful...

*takes a little poison*
*likes it a LOT*
*drinks way more*

Yup, an entire place geared to appeal to a certain type of person, the Disney-type of person. Not awful at all, not in my books, for as I said (and seemingly must say repeatedly for it to sink in), different strokes for different folks.

It really seems to piss you off that I don't like Disney. Why? I can appreciate that others find, for some ungodly reason, something to like, and at the same time I can think that Disney is the stupidest crap to come down the pike. Doesn't mean I don't want you take that poison. Drink it up! Suck down that saccahrine-sweet mainstream sappy American pap. Oops, but if you're diabetic, be careful, just driving by is probably enough to put a person in diabetic shock.
 
crash
#18
It doesn't piss me off, I couldn't care less actually....
 
crash
#19
Hence the shrug
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by crash

It doesn't piss me off, I couldn't care less actually....

Well that is a relief, Crash. Now, if they ever bulid a Stephen Harper shooting gallery at Disney, I might reconsider going there. Why, I might be first in line! 8-)
 
EternalSunshine
#21
I must say I don't like Disney anything, and I don't have the least desire to visit any of those places (but eventually I probably will). My kids do occasionally watch Disney movies, I don't mind. Some of them are actually good.

But do you have any idea how hard it is to find a lunch box for a six-year-old that doesn't have a Barbie on it?
 
crash
#22
I liked the movies when I was a kid. Can't say I watch much Disney anymore unless its something like "Remember the Titans" that was a Disney production but not your typical "Disney Movie".
 
JDream
#23
Wooowwww!!! Looks cool!!!!!! ahahaha I wanna have it LOL
 
JoeBrown
#24
Hey everybody,

nice to see your reactions! The castles that were suggested are really great!

Wanna see more! Look at the following link, maybe your new transportation to your own dreamcastle!

http://www.intoko.ca/markt/192/196/i...sBQYMPCQ%3D%3D

Regards,

Joe
 

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