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  1. Japan borders are currently NOT open for foreign tourists. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2022/04/27/national/government-adviser-tourism/
  2. I think the next US travel review for 21th August is only about the Canada and Mexico land border closures. International travel from overseas is definitely suspended with no new review date in sight. I guess Europeans can write off US travel for this and maybe for next year as well. And that's really weird as I just met an US family during my visit at EnergyLandia. They flew into Spain and did a nice road trip through different countries, riding all the big new European Coasters like Tomorrowland, Kondaa, Abyssus. I love Cedar Point customer service as well, they were extremely accommodating regarding my hotel and season pass refund, Kings Island was definitely not as easy.
  3. Ideal: Flying over from Germany to do a US road trip in June/July/August (Hershey, Busch, Kings Island, Dollywood) and another Florida Trip in October..... Realistic: Europe trip (Walibi Belgium, Plopsaland, EnergyLandia, Phantasialand, Alton Towers)
  4. Park President Jeffery Siebert posted on a Facebook group that wonder woman is awaiting a part. He said that it should be back open early this week....not sure if it has reopened already?...
  5. Thanks for your detailed review! Are they expecting to have the coaster open until Memorial Day, we might visit the park in mid June so I hope they have it ready?
  6. Hi Bert, thanks for posting regular updates of your park visits. We will visit Fiesta Texas in August and we are wondering if Wonder Woman has reopened? The website still says temporarily closed, but https://queue-times.com/parks/39 lists it as open. When I contacted Six Flags via Email regarding the status of Bug's Rapids earlier, they told me that it is open, despite their website saying temporarily closed. So I assume they don't update the website too often? Any info from you appreciated. Thank you. Greetings from Germany, Boris.
  7. Is has been on 2 train operation for the last 4 days, except yesterday from 10:30-2pm, and the day before from 6pm on. Standing in line right now. So even with 2 trains and a regular crowded day it's always around the 2 hour mark.
  8. I had a chance to experience Steel Vengeance over the last 5 days. Can anybody tell me why the pullout after the first drop is slightly shifted to the right before the speed bump? Is that on purpose or did it have to be like that to allign with the 2nd big hill?
  9. Does anyone have any insight why Wonder Woman and Superman have been closed for at least 1 week now according to the Six Flags Website/queue-times.com? Apparently they are waiting on parts from RMC but what's wrong with Superman? I hope Rattler won't go down as well for our upcoming August visit...
  10. Word is that Steel Vengeance got struck by lightning last night and did not open at all today. Anyone at the park to confirm? If true, I hope they fix it until June, 23rd.....
  11. Well I hope this doesn't mean that Millie has maintenance problems again, as she was quite temperamental during 2018...
  12. Are they really running 1 train on LR because of reliability?? I thought that they would have figured out all the problems after last years closure? Does the ride still go down for mechanical reasons if they are running 2 trains?
  13. What is TS? Did you mean Twisted Cyclone/TC? Is the red train really broken or just not ready yet because of the shorter off season?
  14. Do you expect they have Georgia Scorcher and Marthasville Railroad open until the beginning of June? We are flying over from Germany and would be happy to experience those rides.
  15. I get that they need to install more indoor attractions, but slowing down major coaster additions sounds bad for me. Although being from Germany, we visit the US every year because of their massive coaster additions (Fury, Leviathan, Valravn, Steel Vengeance,....). What do you guys think does "slowing down" in Cedar Fair style mean? Only one big coaster every few years for the whole chain, more midsize coasters?
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