This is honestly something I keep coming back to. It was 9 years between Voyage and Thunderbird.
Unless it's SDC or BGW (who's plans changed) I think it's likely that the front runner thought is Holiday World.
yeah, I think I like the Matterhorn Bobsleds and Space Mountain at WDW (as well as other old arrows) is that I grew up on the bobsleds and I really enjoy that kind of ride even if some people find them rough.
I know it's been said earlier in the thread but they actually removed what was genuinely the WORST part of the ride. Even with the trims this is still likely a major improvement in terms of comfort for the ride and is also likely just a better experience overall now.
Have you ridden it?
That was easily the 2nd most uncomfortable part of the ride. I think it's MUCH better off this way. I may even give it another go which I wouldn't have done otherwise. Sure losing some track length stinks but if it's actually comfortable to ride and experience a ride...
Virtual queuing for Rise of the Resistance last February before the pandemic was great. I'd honestly be shocked if that wasn't the future of Disney's parks. Gives people more time to eat and shop in the parks as well.
No park NEEDS any kind of coaster. Full stop. You can want one but that just isn't how the industry works. Not to mention KK's height restriction would make it hard to get most of B&M's models.
Also, why is this in news and rumors not in General Discussions/Opinions.
were they designed like a tuning fork? That was the biggest problem with T3's kumbaks. The train was literally designed like a tuning fork so it vibrated to no end. No idea how someone thought that designing trains after an instrument made to vibrate was a good idea.
either way it's cool...
Voyage during the day and then Voyage at night. The latter is LEAGUES better than the former. My first experience with voyage was not great. It was rough and I mean rough. That said I could see the why it was beloved. Flash forward a few hours and the sun going down during a new moon and...
Discounting that likely every park will see a slow down because of covid, It likely does mean they'll be a slowdown in coasters and thrill rides as HFE has multiple parks to care for including two that are their main draws that likely get the most money spent on them.
When they operated DL they spruced up the kids area, did some repainting and infrastructure work, and were reportedly looking at RMC-ing predator before their contract was terminated. The park was a real trash fire before HFE got to it. They left it WAY better than they found it. Rumors were...