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    I just swallowed a whole donkey!
  • Birthday 07/07/2002

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  1. I guess yesterday was the last day it was open. FWIW there were no in-park indications that yesterday would be the last day for Toro.
  2. Glad you liked the report! I only rode Batman once toward the beginning of my visit. We waited longer on the stairs than I expected (probably another 5 min than I would have expected), but idk if that was just slow dispatches or if it had brief technical issues. I didn't notice it go down after riding it, but I didn't pay much attention to it after my one ride.
  3. Just came back from a visit here. I chose this day specifically because it was a weekday during the magic time between fright fest and HITP where the whole park is open but there are no special holiday events to drive up crowds. It turns out, today absolutely was the perfect day to visit. The weather was beautiful, everything I cared about was running, and the crowds were super light - I rarely waited much more than 20 min for a ride, and many rides were station waits! Arrived around 12:30 and left at 7 (park close). Mask wearing was decent enough (maybe 75%ish wearing it correctly)
  4. I'm considering heading up here either on election day or the Thursday afterward. Any advice on which day would probably be best crowd-wise, and what sort of crowds I might expect? I'd probably arrive between 11am and 12pm and stay there until 7pm. I'm hoping that being a weekday and not being fright fest could work to my advantage, but I'm still on the fence about it, and I know crowds here are often unpredictable. Any thoughts?
  5. I visited HP about a week ago, and one thing I feel the need to talk about the biggest surprise of the trip: the arcade by Great Bear. While I know the park had a few arcade areas, this arcade was large, and most notable: had a ton of retro games priced at their original 25/50 cent levels! I bought a card with $5 value and my sister and I killed about an hour or so playing Street Fighter II, retro wack-a-mole, Mario Bros, and a lot of Pinball. While some machines could use some maintenance (looking at you Millipede), they largely all worked just fine. They also had a selection of modern ga
  6. No pictures, I would have forgotten about it if it wasn't mentioned here, since at my age I don't really have any reason to pay attention to bars at amusement parks.
  7. And the award for cheapest shipping costs on a roller coaster goes to:
  8. That's a lot of interesting insight, thanks for sharing
  9. Yes, but they're not the same as the roast beef stand pierogis, the ones everyone raves about.
  10. From what I hear, it's about 45 min of driving, with additional time if you want to explore camp aventura Edit: nevermind, I forgot it's drive through this year. Edit2: The website says to budget 3 hours to drive through
  11. Sad to see with the roast beef stand, it was open when I went in mid August
  12. I believe so, there was indeed an open bar near Harley Quinn
  13. There has been no announcement for any parks as far as I know. If any SF parks are adding something new for 2021 other than their 2020 project, they have not announced it yet, and if they do announce something, parks will do individual announcements.
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