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About taytig

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    Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Donkey.
  • Birthday 05/06/1971
  1. Any idea if platinum passes from other parks will work for King's Island events like Haunt and their Christmas event? I know KI platinum passes work, but will my CW pass work?
  2. I paid $1.44 per litre. That works out to $5.44 per gallon. I'd take $4 per gallon anytime!!!
  3. Wouldn't it be awesome it RMC Built an updated version of the Crystal Beach Cyclone? Now that would be awesome!!
  4. Don't get me wrong, my kids love the bigger rides, leviathan being one of our favourites (for those who have ridden), but I actually enjoyed Darien Lake better than CW. CW is just too crowded and the masses make it less enjoyable! I'd take a smaller park any day, even without the biggest and best coasters, because leaving at the end of the day tired and happy is more important than tired frustrated and grumpy.
  5. I was there this weekend and I really can't say much negative about the park. It was very clean and the landscaping was quite nice. Food was decent and not too pricy either. I will actually come back again this summer for sure as my 9 and 12 year old had a blast! I felt comfortable in the park, and didn't have to keep a super close eye on them. The coasters were fun and they loved the flats! There were also a lot of staff everywhere (many getting trained). The best thing is their new fun guarantees- if certain rides are closed for more than 4 hours, you can get a pass to return for free
  6. I'm flying in for the run this weekend too. I haven't been to Disneyland since 1997. I know there have been a lot of changes but my question is this - Should I get a hopper pass? I'm planning on 1 day at Disneyland and 1 day at California Adventure. Is the hopper really necessary? Also - Can you use the old Magic your Way Plus no expiry passess from Walt Disney World? I have heard both yes and no. Happy running!
  7. What I love about the look of this ride and the trains is that there really doesn't appear to be anything to "hold on to" while you are riding. This could create anxiety for some but in a great way! Love it!
  8. Thanks, I'll give it a try. I hope it works,if not, I'll just have to suck it up and buy a couple of days....
  9. I was wondering if anyone knows if older park hopper passes (no expiry option) I bought in Walt Disney World are able to be used at California properties? I have 2 days left on each and will be onthe West coast for a couple of days and would like to use them if I could. Just curious.
  10. I registered this morning for my first run in CA. I was very lucky to get in as it sold out so fast. Any runners have any tips on where to fly in (is LAX the only option). Where should I stay? Do the resorts have shuttles like in FLA? So many questions!!
  11. Hey All! I am so excited about my first Goofy Challenge in a few days. I am in Corral B and hoping to get through the marathon in under 4 hours. Its too late now, but next year we should do a TPR meet up on Marathon weekend. I'm Bib 21935 if you happen to see me among the 15000 runners! Any word on the 20mile mark entertainment? I heard it is something big and never done at the Marathon before! Anyways - Good luck to all and safe running! David
  12. Robb, Elissa and the TPR Crew - thanks for a fantastic day at Canada's Wonderland. It was a great time and my daughter is officially an enthusiast. We had several rides on many of the parks coasters. Despite not purchasing a fastlane pass, we rode everything that we wanted to, some more than once! The food was awesome and the extra suprised were great! Also a huge thank you to Dineen and Matt for hosting the group and providing insight on the park, rides and operations. I hope to make your Bash events an annual tradition. Thanks again!
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