- Queue to get in. Obviously my fault for trying, but over half an hour is too much, because it turns out this is not an efficient system (especially at Europa)
- Rollercoasters weren't really impressive (didn't even have wheels)
- The clunky touchscreen interface meant I accidentally ordered an extra drink I didn't want. Had to get it taken off the bill
- Not a good solo experience, unless you like sharing a round table with 11 others.
- Eating out of pans is not ergonomic
- Lots of faff with cutlery and the whole rotating table thing
To be fair to Alton, there is a consensus that Wicker Man is a fantastic all round experience, whereas ICON hasn't been open for very long, so it's difficult to judge what the majority of people think of it, especially as there seems to be a large portion of people who were actually underwhelmed or disappointed by it... only time will tell which coaster "wins", although I prefer to judge wether each coaster wins for its respective park, not by comparing them directly against each other. In this case, I think Wicker Man has been a winner for Alton. We will find out at some point wether ICON has been a winner for Blackpool Pleasure Beach.Are Alton admitting that they have come 2nd to Blackpool for best new coaster???
Awkward XDHow can you be so sure they won't be reading this forum?
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