Well, we have Mexico in the park...
That's how Energylandia opened their latest area. Almost no annoucment, no signs, no nothing and then it just happenes to be open (exept for Zadra ofcource). When they opened Zadra they did the whole ceremony and marketing thing.Don’t wait for a big announcement it’s the PHL WAY just upon entering: “hey psst ROOKBURGH Is open”
Well, apart from the HUGE MEDIA EVENT that they had for KlugheimDon’t wait for a big announcement it’s the PHL WAY just upon entering: “hey psst ROOKBURGH Is open”
^ slightly offtopic, but has anyone watched that The Plot Against America series recently, wherein (SPOILER) Charles Lindbergh does get elected President of America on a wave of populism and he's portrayed as a bit of a Nazi sympathiser. Oops.Surfing on a wave of steampunk populism; New President, Charles Lindbergh is going to make Wuze Town pay for the wall.
The section of queue that goes behind there is in an enclosed tunnel. You won't be seeing it up above.If it's part of the queue as predicted, I wonder how they're going to cover the wall beyond the top of the facade while you're in the queue. At the minute it looks like the fake bricks don't go very high, or I could be totally misjudging the height of the path relative to the top of the bricks!
Well, I think that's a very well-know fact and was actually controversially discussed in some forums (probably also here...) and I agree that someone like Elly Beinhorn would for sure have been the less controversial choice (and a woman!). Anyway, let's maybe not get into the discussion again. I guess after all most of us all fine with the choice.
I don't think so. The discounts are based off when the park is busiest, for example in the 3 weeks during November when they are not normally busy, tickets are as cheap as 21 euros on weekdays. The park is going to be absolutely dead during this time, and Rookburgh and a cheap offer could get tickets much closer to selling out and get more people into the park to spend money on food, merchandise etc. If they put the prices back up to full price then the park will remain really quiet over that period as the park is not normally open then and it would have been pointless to stay open.I'm thinking that if they really open RB soon, they halt the sale of discounted tickets with the announcement.
That's the only (kind of) logical explanation I can come up with, with the co-existence of a Rookburgh opening and discounted tickets.
I don‘t think they will open the hotel later. Rookburgh is an enclosed concept, the hotel is a part of the area and the coaster, and vice versa.Unless with the situation they have decided to phase open them. F.L.Y. opens this September and maybe the hotel weeks later or the following month. Given covid I feel anything is possible now.