It was a really great trip! I'm not going to include Phantasialand as I have already written about it this year. Moviepark Before going in we all got spited by Schloss Beck. Womp womp. A park that most CFers who have previously visited had written off as poor, but with the new additions it is a nice park: We started by getting the worst cred in the park, the SLC: It smelt like how it rode, . Then we did Bandit. The back row was closed off so second from back it was! Expecting the worst I was braced. However the coaster was pure fun and enjoyment. The roughness was the enjoyable kind as the train bounced along the track. The pacing was spot on and I was excited for a re-ride later. At night the coaster was even better! @Chris Brown and I enjoyed it very much. Next up: Because, these will be added to coaster-count one day, so get the creds now! Then we rode the ball busting stand up, flourless drop tower. The views were great, the near castration was not. It was then time for: In the POV it looks dreadful, in real life it looks as bad but to ride it is pretty good. I started back row where there is much airtime. Front row gives a hang time experience but it is not unpleasant. Back row better overall. Then we did the vampire killer cred in the shed, which was also pretty good. It took a couple of rides to take in all of the theming. Then it was lunch the ride: Rachel and I went to a vampire themed place which had a big screen playing some form of human sacrifice rock opera and clips for the Adams Family. Basic kiddy cred. After we did the wild mouse. Some us rode, stare at the arse in front spinning attraction: Cred with off board audio of a frankly embarrassing Spin Doctors cover. Then we joined blue tunnel queue the ride, which led to a very long, mild wet and fun rapids experience! Next up was an old, creepy but fab flume ride! The theme was slightly difficult to follow but it was good fun! Skipping forward to night: The park did a decent job but nothing on the scale of Walibi Holland. I did two mazes: Hospital one: Obviously I don't spend enough of my time in a hospital so it was great to pretend that I was at work, whilst on holiday. The maze itself was somewhat predictable but I still enjoyed it! Strobe lightning was used to good effect. Hostal: To be honest I just joined the queue with the others not really knowing what to expect. What I got was my first 'extreme' maze. I have not watched the film that it was based upon but I loved it! Although the laptop scene was a bit too familiar for me..... That was our fab day at MoviePark! I have most likely forgetting to include or talk about other things that happened. In the next part: I drive a Kia at 112 MPH (180km) I tactically roll a Kia down a hill backwards and a theme park is a thing!