Just over 6 months since I was at Phantasialand, and it's starting to get a bit long in the tooth now.
I'm looking at going to Europe in the next couple of months, and hit up some domestic parks in the next few weeks.
Looking forward to this taking shape now. Walibi Belgium is doable in a day from Manchester, and whilst I would never have dreamed of doing such a thing before this ride gets built, I'd definitely consider it once it's up and running.
^The original concept of the site looked half-decent, but it's been scaled back and back to the point where now it's just beyond underwhelming.
I'd like to give it a chance and try and go with an open mind, and I've got friends and in-laws with families I can tag along with for creds.
I honestly thought Rampage was going to be pretty rough when we rode it, but it was utterly joyous and a lesson in how to maintain and look after a wooden coaster. Especially one that had sat SBNO for 3 years.
Look after your rides or they’ll go to s***. Not much more to said here.
That's an insult to most Six Flags parks.
Shame that a load of folks have been made unemployed, especially in times like these when it's very difficult to find alternative employment. But let's face it, it was a glorified fairground with an arcade on the side, and a load of rides that you're...
Some very optimistic speculation in this topic.
It'll be a solid ride. Not spectacular, not game-changing, but a ride that the park really needs. Parques Reunidos have a habit of doing this, and I don't expect anything different from them this time around.
I think I know why.
I quote from the article: "The first-ever Elmer theme park ride will open at Cheddington World of Adventures in 2020, headlining a full year of activity for the beloved storybook brand. "
Quite frankly, it's disappointing that Coasterforce has clearly missed this new theme...