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Looney’s, Ciampino

(1.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • attractions appropriate for children, they can run virtually anywhere with the tranquility that the entrance and guarded and the gate closed. On Saturday and Sunday afternoons with the presence of feast is an unreal situation and hellish for the amount of salt available to party but during the week or on Saturday night is the perfect place to unleash their kids. Is not adequate the trampoline and fairly monopolized by older children but is the only flaw. Pizza fina is not bad and the service pretty punctual and fast prices average if we consider also included attractions. WE WILL BE BACK
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  • The place is very very nice and convenient to keep kids free to play without worries, but rivisiterei the menus for birthdays and their prices. For me it's overpriced, really exaggerated. Too bad!
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  • We come every now and then in this place to have dinner with other couples with children. The main attractions are the many inflatables/games all indoor, therefore ideal also for winter (although on chilly days exaggerated the environment is struggling a bit to warm up, but for kids that are unleashed is not an issue). Also, in a more secluded area of the large shed there are several tables where you can eat (mainly pizza), with possibility of set menus and adults (the latter include the cost of entry to games). The pizzas are average and the menu includes rice balls, bruschetta, soda and coffee. For the children's menu, serving chips and soda. The Council, especially on weekends, and tell book. Many rooms are also available to rent for birthday parties, all different and theme (Castle, dinosaurs, pirates, ice, etc.). Finally, there is a small stage with staff doing animation. At the end of the evening, for lovers of sweet, right in front of the local Council croissants H24.
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