If you want a wander around the room/hotel without Shawn, this was OK (no "commentary")
Yes. Many rides, each time stayed on just fine. Same for all the coasters there, in Movie Park, Tripsdrill and Europa Park too.. Also having masks on roller coasters is pointless as it is going to fall off. Has anyone ever finished a ride on Taron with the mask still over their face and not on the chin?
OmfgHe has even put “incredible” in the title, so be sure to neck your first shot before you press play. Probably best not to watch before operating heavy machinery
Yes indeedYes. Many rides, each time stayed on just fine. Same for all the coasters there, in Movie Park, Tripsdrill and Europa Park too.
Look we are way too many months into this ****e for people still to be whining over masks, just stop.
And last but not least: MASKS SUCK! They really take away a (huge) part of the enjoyment.
Fortunately i got away with wearing it over my mouth only in the que and during the ride. Nobody cares.
I only had to choke myself when there was staff nearby.
Or you just stay at home if you don't want to follow the rules and want to endanger other guests. It's a shame you weren't kicked out of the park. I hope that happens on your next visit.Anyone who seriously thinks that Corona poses a threat to his live, and still visits a themepark with thousands of people close together should check his mental health.
If you really believe that corona is a risc: Stay at home for 2 years...
Really impressive. The rooms are small / tiny! but really well themed. The lack of a double bed for couples is perhaps a bit weird.If you want a wander around the room/hotel without Shawn, this was OK (no "commentary")
Yes. Kolmården is the only place i Sweden you can ride a roller coaster. It is only Wildfire that is open. We have this "maximum 50 persons" law that stops amusementparks from having more than 50 persons. Due to Kolmården is a zoo, this law does not apply to them. But it aplies to Wildfire. Så they can have that one open with a maximum cap of 50 persons inside the attraktion area. I have been att both Phantasialand and Hansapark and Kolmården this summer. Phantasialand was total caos. A lot of people and hardly no distance at all in the quenes. But they were hard with mask policy. Hansapark on the other hand was the quite oposite. There they forced distancing and mask. But also forced hand sanitizer both before entering rides and when leaving rides. Also Kolmården was good with distancing and capacity.Not all. Kolmården is open and it has by far the best social distancing I have seen in a park. They have limited capacity to half, they only book half of the hotel, people keep their distance, there is staff everywhere to enforce the distance, they have put up screens in queues, they close the queues whenever lines get long and only load every other row on Wildfire. Phantasialand was pure chaos when it came to social distancing as everything was exactly as normal. They just use the excuse that "wear your mask and dont care about distancing". It dosnt really work that way. Also having masks on roller coasters is pointless as it is going to fall off. Has anyone ever finished a ride on Taron with the mask still over their face and not on the chin? They really need to reduce capacity, close rows and put up screens in queue lines! Those cattle pens are really dangerous.
Haha, yes indeed.Omfg
Also I think we should coin the term "Sanbrooking" which is when you are impressed by anything and everything. Pretty sure Phantasialand could have put a kebab van and a 7up vending machine in Rookburgh and Shawn would have been absolutely floored, wig snatched and all.
Is it incredible?Sat in Uhrwerk, eating steak burger, (the medium is basically like a blue back home, be warned, it quite literally was not grilled on one side... But it tastes great, blood and all)
To be fair to Shawn... When it comes to Rookburgh, he has a point!!!!
What were your thoughts on FLY, if you wouldn’t mind sharing?Having spent the last 2 days wandering in and out of Rookburgh as and when we please, straight past the huge queues just to enter the area, I am happy to confirm that I definitely feel the CL cabins are good value, even without the extras, just having unlimited, unhindered, instant access to Rookburgh is a huge bonus compared to what other guests experience.
It’s great.What were your thoughts on FLY, if you wouldn’t mind sharing?