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  1. Hey everyone, Don’t say we didn’t squeeze it in.
    3 points
  2. More pics! Continuing with a loop through the park to check out some of the various flat rides. I mentioned in the TR that Dragon Wrestling Tournament was no longer. That's a shame. Mainly because it's one of the best names in a park full of awesome ride names. But also because ... this. This is amazing. RIP, Dragon Wrestling Tournament. (for those wondering, Dragon Wrestling Tournament was a Huss Flic Flac.) Next up on the way through the park -- Giant Water Pump. Giant Water Pump is an extremely small frisbee-type ride. I
    2 points
  3. It looks like a blue Intamin version of Helix at Liseberg.
    2 points
  4. First ever visit to SeaWorld last Friday. Wasn't sure what to expect but the park was great. We had a great day and stayed opened to close, caught most all the shows, and got plenty of rides. I'm more a coaster fanatic but SW was a good change of pace. Probably won't visit very often, but they surprised me and I look forward to checking out the SA and SD locations next year. Side note, Busch on Sunday was not as good as I was expected. Perhaps it just wasn't my day to visit. I'll try it again.
    1 point
  5. Such a great report!!! I really loved this park and can't wait to see how it evolves the next 10 years. Lech Coaster is amazing and we need Vekoma to get back out there and sell as many of those as they did SLC's and Boomerangs!!!
    1 point
  6. Yeah that plus if I remember correctly from my last trip to SFFT back in 2006 the second train can't even advance from the brake run until the previous train clears the high point after the third inversion. I remember that day the crew was pretty good, but by the time you stop on the brakes the other train has only been parked in the station like 20-30 seconds. It can't really increase capacity that much.
    1 point
  7. I've been on all 4 Premier "spaghetti bowls" in the U.S., and Poltergeist and Joker's Jinx are miles better than the Flight of Fears. It's kind of weird to me since you think the two that run faster would be more prone to roughness and discomfort, but the opposite is true. The Flight of Fears are slow and rough, and the Six Flags ones are glossy smooth and incredibly fast and intense. Joker's Jinx is actually my favorite ride at SFA. I wonder what those rides would be like backwards. I remember when the Mr. Freeze rides were turned backwards, I predicted it would happen to JJ or Poltergei
    1 point
  8. More pictures! ERT was complete, but we still had one more coaster to ride. Welcome to the Dream Hunters Society! It's ... a Galaxi. A very very pink Galaxi. Also, there's a random dragon thing, for whatever reason. As I recall, the run into the brakes was a little ... sudden. Colin is having the time of his life!!! So is Steve!!! Dreamflight Airlines was up next, and it's a Legendia original! These are the airplanes we'll be flying in today. It's a pleasant swing out over the park. A
    1 point
  9. Pictures! We have arrived at Legendia! Wanted to show some scenes of the city outside the park. Bike path, train tracks. The view the other direction. The end of a rail line next to the park -- I think this line goes into the bigger Silesian Park that is adjacent to Legendia. Legendia flags... Legendia Coke machine... And this little guy, who I think is required posting for every TPR trip report on Legendia. Waiting at the front gate and just about to get into the park. Hi, Lech Coaster! Joa
    1 point
  10. Extraordinarily slow and legitimately making me think it won't make it back to the station?
    1 point
  11. That makes one less old coaster to RMC ...
    1 point
  12. That’s pretty funny. Yeah, the seats even cut back for the left field foul line and that makes no sense for any other purpose. That’s a baseball field.
    1 point
  13. I'm sure I read the Ice Breaker height restriction will be 48" - I remember they were really pushing the exact family-friendlier tone when they initially announced the coaster. On the topic of the trains, I think Premier's current rolling stock is just about the worst out there from any of the major manufacturers at the moment, especially when you compare them to Intamin and Mack's current designs. I think they're ugly, not easy to get in/out of and the comfort collars are a really stupid solution to a problem that doesn't really exist.
    1 point
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