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Paola R wrote a review Oct 2016
244 contributions26 helpful votes
Muy lindo y entretenido. Cada vez agregan mas areas lo que lo hace muy interesante. Es un poco costoso, pero los niños pueden estar seguros sin salir hasta que tu los recojas. Divertido. Very cute and entertaining. Each time add more areas which makes it very interesting. It's a bit expensive, but children can be safe without leaving there until you collect. Funny.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Miryam J wrote a review Aug 2016
The Netherlands27 contributions22 helpful votes
We went with some friends and their children. It was nice and busy but then it got too busy. At least 3 schools were spending the morning there plus all the kids on their July holidays. A mini chaos greeted us with very loud music and a few long lines per attraction. It is also quite expensive but seems quite fun. My little girls enjoyed making her own money and my eldest, enjoyed the experience of the place. My girls liked it somehow despite the fact that their Spanish was very rusty. The staff was nice and friendly despite the business of the places. I must say that they make the attractions, attractive. There was one incident which put me off coming again which was some case of discrimination against some dark very young public school children. Some (pretty) Colombian /Venezuelan moms convinced the guy in charge of the plane to let their daughters skip the line (and skip these little children) to which the children got up and left after having waited more than 20 mins and it was their turn. The poor things did not complain, but a couple of other moms did and some argument followed. The discrimination was mostly from the moms to the little children. I think that the employee just felt the pressure of pushy moms and broke the rules of the attraction in order to favor those women. I'm not sure how it works but as suggested by another mom, the place should supply guides to schools who are visiting in order to avoid these problems.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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knittingmami wrote a review Sep 2013
Astoria, New York116 contributions55 helpful votes
My kids' favorite place in Lima to go to with their local cousins. They love being able to traverse this little lima- they get assigned DNI( Peruvian equivalent of US Social security no- locals can't do anything in Peru without their DNI) and get their bank card from BNP. They get jobs- firemen, making inca cola, doctors, etc. they get money and they get to spend or save their income. I don't like that parents can't enter, the blatant ad placement campaign on everything in there, and its a pretty expensive excursion. The kids love it though and I indulge them one visit every time we go to Peru. The place seems very clean, safe, and secure. It's in a large and modern mall and you can get some shopping done or you can sit and get a bite.
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Date of experience: April 2013
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