For such a beautiful tree, it was hard to appreciate it for all the people and children climbing on it (despite signs). We arrived at the end of an arts market on every weekend under the tree so it was quite busy. I was expecting a spiritual experience at the tree, and as amazing and huge as it is, but it seems the town has made it commercial and cheap.
Note: there are public toilets at the town hall at the tree.
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