It is perfectly possible to have a great day at a park you will never revisit, without riding all the coasters, even though they are all running.
I agree with the bolded actually, so not that uncommon.My personal least common opinions are:
So, yeah, I have quite a few uncommon opinions!
- The Swarm is the UK's best roller coaster.
- Wicker Man is better than Megafobia as a coaster.
- SAW: The Ride at Thorpe Park is rough.
- The Smiler and Speed have a rattle and the odd jolt here and there, but are not too rough.
- Both Dragon Challenges were jolty.
- Montu is better than Nemesis.
P.S. Sorry for bumping this thread.
Woah, does this statement not warrant an instant ban on here?!Phantasialand is not the best park in Europe. It's not even the best park in Germany.
Deadly serious not many coasters are a as iconic 24 years after opening, people still genuinely run to the back of the park to ride it every day and the combination of the height and out of control feeling of the first drop make it unrivalled in the UK imo.What kind of sick joke is this?
I'll agree. While I haven't been to many parks, the ones at Disney are my least favourite. There's nothing really for me there since I like white knuckle rides and Disney's for family. The queues were atrocious so my friends and I didn't even go on anything. The most boring experience in a park I've ever had (though I suppose it is largely my own fault)^
I got confused and thought I was on facebook then - alas, the like button wouldn't also give me a laughing emote :emoji_joy:
Also, I quite enjoyed Disneyland Studios park in Paris, but the main park did nothing for me. There will need to be a cred of note before I return.