Imagine being so optimistic that you think the UK will get any new wood in the next decade, let alone a record breaking one 🤣
Those 3 parks you mentioned are the only places I could see new wood being built, but Paultons has a lot to do before a new coaster is need imo, if Thorpe gets anything...
The worst experience I've ever had at a theme park is at Gulliver's World Warrington when I was a kid, we were in the log flume and there wasn't enough water in the trough so we kept getting bottoming out having to drag ourselves.
The fact that loads of people people won't be able to say they didn't break any of the 'rules' and the fact that those in power clearly thought that the 'rules' weren't important shows you how nonsensical and idiotic the 'rules' were in the first place.
These prats are running the country into the ground with their idiotic policies over the past few years, breaking the social ties that bind driving up loneliness and depression, breaking small businesses ruining everything that people put their whole lives into, meanwhile they clearly didn't...
How do I delete the 2nd one? 🤦♂️
I'm pretty sure that Scorpion at BGT is the only Schwarzkopf I've been on and it was pretty good from what I remember, but I'm gonna have to go with Arrow as Vampire is just bliss.
Driving in of itself isn't cost free but using the roads at the point of use is which is why roads end up being overused and why more roads usually = more cars. If all roads were tolled at point of use we wouldn't see this problem.
Not sure it's really a grotesque amount tbh, lets say each new...
Is it really fair comparing them when they're trying to do different things? Cedar Point is coaster/amusement park mecca, Europa park is arguably not even the best THEME park in Germany so I guess CP wins if you look at who succeeds more at what they're trying to do vs their competition.
Roads are different as the cost of use is 'free' hence why if you build more road you get more traffic, but if Disney kept building new parks eventually they'd end up hitting saturation where more capacity doesn't = more guests.
The Mack reminds me of the premier spaghetti bowls, just needs a few turns to loop around the cobra and top hat for it to be perfect.
Should sell well for Mack if they clone it, looks like a small enough footprint for a pretty substantial ride.
Probably the wild mouse, not sure on exact numbers but it must have been 20+ one visit sometime before 2011 (I only know this because I remember Bling, rip, still being there) when the park was pretty dead and we were marathoning it at the end of the day.