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Lodi Splash, Cornegliano Laudense

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Theme Park Water / Amusement Park
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  • I never appreciated how pool for many years before but after pathetic scene of a child who deliberately pee standing in the pool, and parents and even the staff that I have reinforced my negative opinion-they cheated. Every year I hear gruesome stories out of this pool, starting by the rudeness of the lifeguards up to bar food prices. There has never been a real management, not to mention that since they changed (with nothing short of ridiculous) I vowed never to get never step foot. The only positive I can say is that the slides and the various attractions are nice for those who want to take the kids (Grest, schools, etc.). Recommend a picnic lunch.
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  • September 8, 2016 today I decide to take my son for 8 years and a couple of his peers in the pool ... swimming pool with waterslides (who worship) ... for the last dive of the season before the resumption of the school ... Great idea ... spend a sunny day in September to have fun! We arrive at 11.00 ... we are the first ... 1 adult and 2 children ... and after paying a reduced fee because we're at the end of the season, tell us that the slides are opened a bit later (when there will be some more people ...) ... okay ... as long as they are opened. Enter other 2 adults in the Park during the morning and I reach a friend with son of 9 years in the slides are still turned off. At 13.30 the wait was starting to become untenable for the kids ... so I ask the staff present at that time (other than that present at the time of entry) ... for when it's scheduled to open slides ... I do understand that for 3 children have no intention of turning on the slides ... W honesty ... and tell the entrance? Oh no ... at the entrance you mind ... saying they will light up later ... when there will be more if there are other people ... Why do they have to lose the people already entered into the pool just to go on the slides? Entering a restaurant alone ... I get served right away anyway ... doesn't expect the arrival of other people ... considering that I pay the requested service.) However at 15.00 hours ... when in the park there must have been 20 people between adults and children ran 2 slides (5 in total). Total wait time. 4 hours ... Shameful ... If you think it's waiting children ... who wanted to spend a nice day on the water slides!
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  • Once you could talk about a good pool to stay a lovely afternoon and go on the slides that although few could have fun .... now since it changed the management has become a mess (dirty pools, rude staff that also does what he wants and the prices aren't even exposed at the entrance ... If you want to go there to see how it is, you go on a weekday ever over the weekend, but we do not recommend to go there ...
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