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USA, Seattle
Countries visited with kids:
Germany, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA
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Classes / Workshops / Labs, Farms / Ranches, Outdoor Activities, Parks / Nature Sights, Playgrounds, Theaters / Cinemas / Music, Water Parks / Pools, Zoos / Aquariums
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  • Better than others

    Reviewed 20 March 2018

    We liked this place. Kids had more fun and more to do here than other indoor playgrounds. The climbing wall got most attention and it really is a great part of this kids gym. We'd go again.

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  • It's a bit old...

    Reviewed 13 March 2018

    Not the best Zoo we have been too, but still worth the visit. It's conveniently located and easily accessible by public transportation. The Zoo is set up as a park and definitely nice to walk around. It's pretty old though, in fact they're celebrating 90th birthday this year, so beside the animals this zoo displays a lot of history too. The recent movie The Zookeeper's Wife is based on a true story of Warsaw Zoo director and his wife, who saved the lives of 300 Jews during WWII.

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  • Lots of fun!

    Reviewed 28 February 2018

    Overall we had a great time here. Kids loved the different attractions this place has to offer. The changing rooms feel a bit cramped and the entrance fee seems high (at least for Polish standards). Very clean facility though.

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    The restaurant is not accessible once you enter the pool area. Keep that in mind!

  • Beautiful

    Reviewed 13 October 2017

    I love this park, mostly because of it's location. The view is very relaxing and I could see myself spending hours there, just daydreaming or reading a book. However, if you listen to an 8 year old, this  playground is pretty boring. It's mostly focused on younger children (2-5), so the older kids don't find it challenging or interesting enough. Maybe except for the climbing structure... Still, as a parent I'm giving it 5 stars for being new, clean, and by the water. I find this park also less crowded and perfect for a picnic, kids birthday party or a swim.

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    On warm days bring a towel and a swim suit or change of clothes. Your kids will definitely want to get wet.

  • Great for kids, relaxing for parents.

    Reviewed 20 August 2017

    We weren't really hungry, but our daughter wanted to check out the playground. That gave us a great opportunity to take one of the outdoor tables at Peperino and enjoy a glass of wine . I can't speak for the food, although the pizza  looked really good, but it seemed like a popular place, especially with families. They've a large playground just outside the restaurant (open to the public) and a small play area indoors as well. The interior is contemporary and relaxed, and I was really impressed how clean and functional were the bathrooms.

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  • A nice surprise

    Reviewed 19 August 2017

    We didn't get a table at a restaurant recommended by the hotel we stayed at, so we got back in the car and started searching for alternatives around the area. Il Grillo Moro came up with very good reviews and we decided to give it a try. It was Friday night, we did't have a reservation and the restaurant was busy, but the host did everything he could to seat us. He offered us a table for one hour and we took it. So glad we did. It was our best meal in Tuscany. But besides the very tasty food we loved the service. Everyone was extremely nice, helpful and especially welcoming towards our daughter. They have children's books at the host table and her dish arrived first (extra points for that!). Every parent knows that it really is the key to a happy dining experience :)

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