Hi guys. As those of you who are reading my Florida trip reports may know, I am visiting Epcot tomorrow. That park contains an England-themed area as part of World Showcase, and that got me thinking; why do the England-themed areas in parks themed around the world or Europe never seem to have any major thrill rides in them? Take Epcot as an example; their England themed area only contains shops and buildings. Busch Gardens Williamsburg's mainly functions as the entrance area. Europa Park's only contains very small rides. But what is the reason for this lack of major rides in England-themed areas? If you ask me, there's quite a lot of scope for an England-themed thrill ride. I'll admit I may be slightly biased because I am British myself, but there's tons you could do; you could do a roller coaster themed to the Grand National or something (well, Blackpool took that one, but that's not in an England-themed area.). Or how about a Medieval-themed coaster called something like Steed? Or how about a dark ride themed around Britain's rich history of literature? What are you guys' thoughts on this admittedly slightly random topic?