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About milst1

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    "Excuse me, miss, may I pound my large rooster into your donkey?"
  • Birthday 04/06/1966
  1. By a strange twist of fate, we've been there 2 times in the last two years. They had a lot of signage for coming attractions (Lionsgate IP) but we did not see much change or construction in the park between 2018 and 2019. There were, however, a waterpark (separate gate) and a Transformers experience (separate gate) added in that time. Sorry, just a couple of pics. April 6, 2018 March 18, 2019
  2. 1. Name 3 of your favorite roller coasters, but not your top 3. Space Mountain (Disneyland CA), Jackrabbit (Kennywood), Nitro (SFGAdv) 2. About how many different parks did you visit in 2018? 101 3. Which 2018 park visit was your favorite? Motiongate; It's fun to discover a big new park for the first time. 4. Your favorite 2018 park addition (ride, food, show, etc)? Mardi Gras at USF or SeaWorld Electric Ocean (San Diego). Wait does this mean a new thing in that park for that year? I think Electric Ocean qualifies? 5. What ride exceeded your expectations the most in 2018?
  3. Thank you, TPR, for featuring me on the front page! Always gives me a thrill!
  4. Continued! A million thanks if you've checked this out. Have a great coaster year in 2019! Ice Mall (Israel) Hyde Park Winter Wonderland (UK) Kiddieville (UAE) Sorry, this one's out of order!
  5. Dear Theme Park Review Friends! Welcome to the 10th Edition of our "One Photo for every park we visited this year" annual report for 2018! Cheryl and I had another great year in 2018, visiting 101 different parks, fairs, and FECs all over the world. We started in New Zealand and Australia, and then visited Florida, Texas, UAE, South Korea, China, California, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, France, Virginia, Ohio, British Columbia, the Netherlands, Germany, Israel, and UK. We hit some of the states more than once. In terms of credits, this was actually our 2nd best year ever, with 175 new
  6. I actually think they’re replacing the water whip with a new one, but I didn’t know about the Lady Bug Coaster.
  7. You're having a world-class year! Are you on http://www.coaster-count.com? Cheers.
  8. I assume you got the credit, Looty? It was freezing and windy when we went there in April and they never opened the coaster. You didn't mention the weird sex museums on the island! When S. Korea was dirt poor, Jeju was the Niagara Falls of S. Korea, a relatively inexpensive place to honeymoon. There are 3 such museums. We visited Jeju Loveland, a sort of sex sculpture garden, and it is bizarre. I'll refrain from posting a Jeju Loveland photo (definitely nsfw), but here we are in front of Shinhwa. And there is a K-Pop museum right in front of the theme park! Meeting K-Pop Fans in
  9. Along with yellow-checkered taxis, the best pizza, Broadway, the Empire State Building, Wall Street, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, the Met, and other touristic highlights, New York City seems to have an extraordinary number of carousels. I don't have an exact count, but there are something like 14 permanent merry-go-rounds in the Five Boroughs. Every summer, I try to visit a few of them, and I thought it would be fun to share highlights in a thread. Happy Summer Solstice (this Thursday). I'm going to start with one that I rode and photographed a couple of years ago, the SeaGlass Car
  10. Motiongate Dubai Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. This isn’t my shirt, but I took a snap in the store. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Two for Tuesday. First a classy Twisted Colossus, and then a beautiful retro that I picked up in San Diego. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Arnolds Park Amusement Park, located on the beautiful shores of West Okoboji Lake in NW Iowa, has a classic family woodie and a nice collection of classic flats, including a rock-o-plane and a very small madhouse! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Front Back I fell in love with this Coaster when I first visited in the 90s. It was season opening day, a news crew was there, the big dance hall was still standing, and the midway seemed to be lively and thriving. Get this credit while you can; it won’t be there forever. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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