The park is a typical “theme park” with cable cars, cable seats, a train which tours the park, a museum of coffee and lots of rides. The visit took place on 6th January. We arrived at 11.30 and went straight to watch the “Show.” This consisted mostly of dances which are colourful and interesting and performed with great skill and passion. When we were queuing, it started to rain and when we came out of the coliseum it had developed into a thunderstorm with a lot of lightning we went down to the Plaza Bolivar to the main restaurant. I was pleasantly surprised with the restaurant which was tastefully decorated and offered good quality food and wine at reasonable prices. After lunch, it was still raining and we joined a group of a few hundred people taking shelter and waiting for train to go back to the exit level. Unfortunately, all transport including cable cars had been suspended due to the weather. We were informed that buses had been organised at the foot of the steps so we braved the rain and walked there. There was one small bus and a queue enough to fill six. As it was getting late we had to climb about 250 steps up to the exit level in the pouring rain. I can’t comment on the rest of the attractions but I’m sure that the visit would be worthwhile in good weather.
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