I know right, we were so excited that we are already thinking of going back during summer. We're in love with hotel Matamba and Moyo (in the picture), who came to our table when we were having breakfast.Matamba is great, the park view rooms looking out over Black Mamba are fab. Such a great way to build excitement.
The breakfast at hotel Matamba is probably one of my favourites at any park hotel. That dining area is so bloody fab. Moyo is ****ting terrifying though, why does it only have three fingers?!?!
Indeed, the breakfast is very nice. I think Moyo is cute tho, not terrifying. It's an adorable character.The breakfast at hotel Matamba is probably one of my favourites at any park hotel. That dining area is so bloody fab. Moyo is ting terrifying though, why does it only have three fingers?!?!
+ maybe the stairs will lead to another pathway level too.(double post!)
View from the other side of the site. From FreizeitparkCheck.de.
The Race for Atlantis entrance is still intact despite the ride being demolished 2 years ago. There's also still behind that door the concrete hall that served as RfA's queueline after Maus au Chocolat was built. Considering F.L.Y.'s station will be right next to/underneath it perhaps we'll see it being used as part of F.L.Y.'s queueline.
With regards to the track stored underneath (marked on the graphic with dotted red lines) the new concrete level Tobi has written on CoasterFriends.de that the track parts are on steel girders therefore the track was placed there purposely so that when the ceiling is ready they need only lift them up and mount them.Presumably this will cover the break run (although all recent pictures show no track has been installed here and there were just wrapped in tarpaulin track part being stored there - while difficult to tell it still looks as if the track hasn't been installed there. Seems awkward to build the roof overhead before the track.)
I also drew on the graphic in red new walls that have appeared.New images from Vekoma Vlodrop : (11-11-2017)