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El barranco perdido, La Rioja

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  • The exhibition is interactive, through games (puzzles and touchscreens) in which the visitor is the protagonist. On the top floor of the building of access you can enjoy a 3D projection in which dinosaurs are the real stars. In addition, the exhibition, located in the same building, area enters the work of paleontologists, with a sample of the materials used and the remains of an excavation...
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  • Visit the lost Valley of the dinosaurs... World Heritage site... where are the dinosaur footprints and life-size reproduction... and with educational panels... ideal to spend a good time walking... and above all couple friends or family enjoy watching and looking for footprints, Parking in the area
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  • I went with my family on August 3 to enjoy the Park. Initially everything went as planned. Ending the day about 19:30 o'clock they tell us what we could do archery. Following the instructions of the instructor, once released the arrows, it tells us that we will collect them. In my case as I had aim had been high. To go for the arrows, an area with steep slopes and sandy soil, I slipped the foot I fractured the fibula. This is a zone without limit and without signaling and dangerous. They should warn him, something that did not. The move was unfortunate. I was on one leg until I desfallecí. I calculate that there would be a temperature close to 40 degrees, dehydrated and in pain. conditions so difficult is to have a stretcher to transport a casualty? Is there a first aid room?. Seeing that not could take me of the Park, called to the 112 to me auxiliaran saying in it called "rugged by cause others to the Park" that FALLACY! The ambulance service came and helped me to take me to the Hospital de Calahorra. I have been more than 5 months of recovery and the ravine lost washing your hands.
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  • With two adults who have visited the ravine both hatchlings were excellent. Super educational, interactive and fun. Do not get 5 stars because the restaurant service is very poor and expensive. 10 euros for the children's menu consisting of pre-cooked pasta and a san Jacobo thawed, bottle of water and some custard seems to me an abuse.
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  • An experience for the whole family. Worthwhile, good facilities and very clean. The monitors very attentive and sympathetic. My children enjoyed the pools at the top. I recommend it to everyone.
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  • As the treatment I thought it was very bad, us reported almost no Center. Since I saw very bad based on something outdoors and watching the storm made us pay entrda began to rain and we had to leave. We did not go another day option and to exactly 15 minutes from our entrance, Lady of the poorly educated input and zero empria. My child has a disability of 33% because they made more discount with the ikea family card disabled. And when try you to explain that the peke to be raining I could not make any activity and to leave us return the next day as the small one is autistic and the other didn't care. I said that it felt but that was what he had. Location great and enormous desire to laugh at tourists who come to enjoy their children. I do not recommend it for anything. Incredible for the treatment etc price I recommend 100% DINOPOLIS
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  • We went today at lost Canyon. A morning wonderful. Ideal to make the circuit adventure and after bathing us in the pool. Option to repeat and very attentive with us. The evening rain but we cumdio with the circuit paleontological. For repeat
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  • We went in August and it seemed to us that there was understaffed. More than half an hour of tail at the entrance (only had a vendor). Paleontological circuit we knew, the traces are reproducciomes and activity began without notice or explanation. Since we were going with young children could do the circuit of zip lines, so it does not comtratamos the full entry. No one explained to us that parts of the Park had hired package access. The pools are great. The self-service - it is chaos, we went to eat the people. Traces of truth are in the surrounding area and free access.
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