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  1. Yea! I totally blanked on that name. IDK if it was open today, but it definitely was open when I was at the park this past Thursday. I didn't ride it, however.
  2. I would wager on something "small but mighty" in way of "new things" -- Honestly, short of multi-million coaster additions, SFOT has a solid line-up of stuff, IMO. Maybe a refresh of the Loony Toons ride whose name I can't remember...maybe something new in the old Batman Stunt Show/haunt theater? On the other hand, i wouldn't be surprised if a clone of SFFT's B:TR makes its way to Arlington.
  3. Gotta say, while I did get a "6" score, and am pretty sure what screen I got it on, I really have no idea what easter egg I hit. Guess it goes to show I'm not much of a Justice League nerd lol
  4. I can't speak for what parts of the layout are in the original space vs the add-on, but the full ride (at least everywhere I noticed) has a dark "acoustic tile" drop ceiling, but you really don't notice unless you specifically look for it. I saw your question and rode the ride 2 more times before I remembered to look during the ride. (Single rider is super-fast on this attraction, since each car has 2 rows of 3 people)
  5. Park is pretty quiet today. Just some school groups mainly. After my recent trip to CP, the ops here make me sad lol. That being said, they're not terrible. Just. Meh. Titan and the Go Carts are both down for the day. I presume Titan's tunnel hasn't finished draining. The cart track for sure is still slighly flooded. Everything else seems to be going as normal. The go carts weren't even in the station...I'm curious where they store them. Wouldn't it be fun to drive the go carts through the park?! The go cart track is still draining. This pic was taken after ShockWave was fully stopped and stacked. The creek is still flowing over the access road to the back of the amphitheater.
  6. Maverick had to evacuate at about 6PM on Tuesday evening, bet it's the same issue, whatever it is. On that note, what is it about Maveric that makes it especially sensitive?
  7. Fwiw, TTD is back up and running. Bout to get my first ever ride on it! Stoked!
  8. Lol I was updating my siggy for the first time in years earlier tonight and figured I may as well put CP in since I'll be there in a week, and likely won't update my profile for ages again.
  9. Hey gang! Back again! Outside of coasters (obviously) and most of the other big rides, are there are things that are can't miss opportunities? (an obscure small ride, or an especially tasty snack unique to the park?) TIA
  10. Sorry for resurrecting an old thread, but it seemed more sensible than re-hashing the information discussed above... So my husband and I are planning to go to Japan in July for roughly 10 days, with 4-5 of them dedicated to TDL/TDS. (2 of the days would be arrival/departure days) 1. Is there a significant advantage or reason to stay with an official Disney resort property as opposed to the aforementioned Hilton Tokyo Bay? 2. If we have 2 days to spend on each park, do we need to really worry about a "gameplan" or have to rush for fastpasses anywhere? 3. Not knowing much about Tokyo/Japan personally (the husband is the fanboy for the region, I'm the fanboy for the parks), what are some non-Disney touristy things you might recommend? (Theme park or otherwise?) 4. I thought about Fugi-Q but it seems like it's too much stress to subject my only moderately coaster-enthusiast husband to...but are there some other parks that might be a "can't miss" opportunity? 5. Are there any specific restaurants (Especially if they're hidden in the resorts) that are highly recommended? Thanks in advance!!
  11. I suppose the health initiative make sense, if only they would designate walking paths with people so that they wouldn't get squished. I almost ran over several people who were walking right down the middle of the road rather than crossing it, and they were angry at me for driving 5 miles an hour. Apparently even that is too fast LOL Add to the crowds, I actually basically gave up before I even really got started, as I really was only really wanting to ride Judge Roy to see how the retracting went. Obviously I try and squeeze in a ride with the Giant, and Titan. Considering that I accidentally left my pass at home, I spent an hour or so in line with guest relations to get a new one, and then when I got to the full Plaza, I was like screw this. I can come back another day LOL.
  12. Holy Moses the park is hella crowded today. So many school groups and what not. The entire entry plaza is full and the park has been open for an hour. They also have the 2ndary entrance under bobsled open as well. Oddly though, even despite how busy the park is, they do not have the parking lot shuttles running.
  13. At the park today. They have RRE listed on the "closed ride" sign at the front. It's a cloudy semi dreary day. Minimal crowds. Anyone else coming to the park? I wonder what the threshold is between the cold and warm ride programs for Iron Rattler. EDIT: Observations: they added lights to the IRAT tunnel and the bottom of the Skyscreamer chairs. (Or have I not noticed them before?)
  14. Hey guys! some friends and I are traveling to CP for the first time in May. We're staying at Hotel Breakers, and will be arriving on Sunday, leaving Wednesday, leaving us Sunday afternoon, and all day Monday and Tuesday at the park. Correct me if I'm wrong, but what with the early entry from staying on-property and all, this should be plenty of time to ride everything without worrying about fastlane, yes?
  15. There's nothing except a good view on top the derreck. It's JUST a viewing platform. Cool view none the less. La Vibora is one of my favorites, personally. It's a bobsled ride...I'd recommend watching a POV online to decide if you like. It's a bit rough with the brakes, and ops are slow there. The line generally gets long in the afternoon, so I'd hit it early or really late if you go for it. It does have a single rider line that makes it easier if you want to do that. The train ride is pretty cool, just a standard "go around the perimeter of the park" kind of thing. I've not really seen any of the shows...
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