Kids tall enough to ride were loving Time Traveller and I'm thrilled to have a version closer to home.
We are encouraging Paultons and Chessington to get heftier rides.
I say let the park test the waters with a custom purpose built multi million euro investment that was never going to...
Great report. Always amusing to hear other peoples internal monologue as they drift through a park.
Do you know if they were allowing single riders onto Dragons Fury? Not the queue itself but if the/any distancing allows it. Spinball Whizzer was not last year which was manageable, but Fury...
My young, inexperienced and rose tinted memory thinks the rocks around the mine train were the best and made it so cool. It was a travesty they got removed. I even think highly of the hedges that used to be around the Flying Fish.
I hate to break it to me, and you, but they were a hollow façade...
I like it 🤷
They are trying, usually something to be encouraged.
It's not like they are skimping on other important areas to add this in. Such as lots of appealing rides that are good in a very short timeframe.
A release of info is underway including:
Bucking the trend of tall coasters (We already know about the height restriction but I guess the UK is full to the brim with those already).
One of the fastest coasters in Europe - 70mph+. This is the multi launch that has over 1km of track. I should...
One ride, yes I expect so. If I was in the area and done more important activities first. Given its a unique ride (no matter how lack luster) and most fairs I come across have nothing at all of note this would be a welcome change.