Funky Signs: Chopper parking only!

EUROPE, FEATURED ARTICLES, FUNKY SIGNS, STAFF — By on March 10, 2017 at 23:23

Text & photos © Estrella Azul

AS SOON AS I SAW this sign at Euphoria Biergarten, a lovely restaurant in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, I knew I had to take a picture of it (see feature photo, right).

Knight on watch

Knight on watch

It is a quirky place overall, with sort of a medieval vibe to it, and I am positive that the knight sitting next to the funky sign ensures that parking is done correctly—and crushes all other vehicles except choppers.

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Estrella in the Greek Amphitheatre ruins,
Taormina, Sicily

Estrella Azul is a young emerging writer, passionate about reading, floral art and photography, with an artistic personality and a soulful outlook on life. She is a Hungarian girl living and writing from Cluj-Napoca, Romania, the capital of historical region Transylvania. Estrella is our European correspondent, she currently serves as the photo editor here at Milliver’s Travels, and she dreams of embarking on a round-the-world trip. To read more of her creative writing, her thoughts and daily happenings, visit Life’s a stage – WebBlog©. Read more of her stories on Milliver’s Travels by visiting Estrella’s story index.

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    5 Comments

  • Lynn Obermoeller says:

    Love the knight photo – what a great way to advertise!

    • Estrella Azul
      Twitter: EstrellaAzul
      says:

      They have a few more knights spread around the garden, and a few inside as well. It’s a pretty charming place, giving off a very cool vibe.

  • Catherine
    Twitter: bloggoneit
    says:

    I love this sign, especially because my girls and I find quirky signs everywhere we go. I have quite a few pictures. I have two favorites. One is from Canada. One was informing me and other guests at the aquarium in Vancouver NOT to drink the water from the toilets. Uh, who needed to be told that?

    Another favorite was spotted in the Cotswolds in England. It was a road sign alerting people to elderly people crossing the street. The picture of the elderly included two hunched over people, one with a cane.

    I admit that I’ve never seen a knight at a table at a restaurant before!

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