Tatiana Geiselmann (in the Vosges), edited by Gauthier Delomez 5:40 p.m., August 16, 2022

At 19, Beiza works as a receptionist in the family amusement park of Fraispertuis in the Vosges for her fourth summer as a seasonal worker.

Europe 1 followed one of its rhythmic days, where the young woman must welcome some 4,000 visitors per day.

She is one of the 450 seasonal workers at the Fraispertuis family amusement park in the Vosges, which welcomes some 4,000 visitors every day.

Beiza is in charge of reception, and begins to let visitors in a quarter of an hour before the official opening of the gate scheduled for 10 am.

"I am 19 years old. I have been working in this park for four years in a summer job", she explains at the microphone of Europe 1.

"Today, we open at 9:45 a.m. because there are a lot of people. It's nice to have so many people," said the young woman.


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A little girl's dream

Beiza speaks to a father: "The two children are over 1m40, sir?"

"The big one yes, the little one no," he replies to the receptionist.

"I always wanted to work in amusement parks when I was little. I really like being in contact with customers. And then, before, I was shy. It allows me to open up to others, that good," she says.

Very fast gestures

After the arrival of new visitors, Europe 1 makes a remark to him: "I have rarely seen someone press their mouse so quickly!"

"It's usual!" Beiza smiles, "because there are a lot of people. We make visitors wait as little time as possible."

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“Hello, I would like three places please,” asks a future client.

“Three more than 1m40?” asks Beiza.

“Yes, she is 14 years old but she is very tall”, replies this client.

Shortly after, a first lull for the young receptionist.

"There, it's a little calmer. Maybe see you later!", She assures Europe 1.