Edit: all the unhelpful clues, including bad hinting and misleading ASCII art, were removed and other, (hopefully) more sensible ones were added.
You just moved to a new city, and your childhood friend, who happens to live nearby, has invited you for lunch. On your way, however, you get too engrossed in counting the fire hydrants and stray from the correct path. Before you know it, you end up in a strange park surrounded by all kinds of bizarre stone sculptures.
Upon closer inspection, you discover that each stone has some sort of code written on it.
The first stone is shaped like a boiler and has the following inscriptions on it:
3928034946501434558 8970719425863987727 5471096295374152111 5136835062752602326
The second stone is shaped like a bowl of macaroni, decorated with these digits:
9711147174 5715745732 0393520912 2316085086 8275588901
The third stone is a sculpture of Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer. There is a quite verbose branding on him:
83479775356636 98074265425278 62551818417574 67289097777279 38000816470600
The fourth stone looks perfectly normal. It looks like a bottle of champers with all the numbers from 674 to 702 listed on it. Apparently, there was not enough space left for 703.
674 675 676 ... 701 702 7--
This doesn't seem to make any sense!
The question is:
What is this place?