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  1. ^^I'd probably ride batman once, then again to form a definitive opinion, then ditching that ride for Superman and Joker.
  2. Despicable Me opens up with the lower lot now? Who knew. I usually used the upper lot time to knock out Simpsons and Despicable Me, so I'll probably hit the Studio Tour after early entry.
  3. So, I'm going to Universal Hollywood very soon. It will be my first time in a couple years, so I must ask if there have been any significant changes to which I would need to change my strategy for going through the rides. For note, last time I went, Walking Dead was almost open.
  4. Well, crud. I'm sorry guys, but this TR is going to be postponed until a later date due to issues. I was originally going to be at the parks right now, but some troubles got in the way. However, I will be sure to get some more trip reports out!
  5. Guess what? I'm going to be going to another park! I'll be going to SFMM and USH. The SFMM report will be available on here, but the USH report will be on Power to the Coasters blog. I hope you guys tune in!
  6. Can I call RCT3 a park? Because if so... I'm already there. Otherwise, SFMM.
  7. Just for some quick context, I'm probably traveling alone, and I'm pretty much open to most types of parks. I love themed parks like Disneyland (my childhood theme park) with dark rides and the like, as well as parks like Cedar Point (example, I've never been to but probably should) with many rollercoasters. Oh, yeah, I should probably tell you guys my park list: Disneyland Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Universal Hollywood SFMM (see a pattern?) SFDK CA Great America Disney World I also have a Six Flags season pass, so I'll most likely hit the SF parks first (despite how they aren't as good as others, but cash is cash)
  8. Well, I realized I don't actually go to theme parks very often. Of course, there might be some monetary reasons, but I've decided for my incredibly belated New Year's resolution to go to more parks. So please help me! My only requirement is that it's in America, because I can't afford that high of airplane fare.
  9. Hey guys, I just wanted to tell you that some of my newer TRs will be on my blog! If you like my trip reports, you'll love the Power to the Coasters blog!
  10. Six Flags Magic Mountain and Universal Hollywood. I wanted to go to Disney, but I then realized I didn't have the cash. That's student life for ya
  11. Yeah. I just wanted to start a discussion, but I failed. I should probably stick to just writing trip reports once I hit some of the parks again.
  12. A park you've never been to is #3 on your list? I'm trying really hard not to come out and say how insanely stupid that is, but I'll refrain from staying how insanely stupid that is because it may be insulting if I say how insanely stupid that is. So I'll be polite and won't say it. Sorry, I should've phrased it better. From what I've seen of said park through TRs and media reports, it looks great. Quick note as well - some of these parks I haven't been to in years, but I added them just to be thorough. If my list seems skewed, it's just because of time and memory loss which is why I felt I would be able to place Knott's on there. This just makes my head hurt. Not only is the statement ridiculous but (ignoring that for a minute) who walks into a theme park land and decides how much they enjoy it based on who initially designed it? Who cares? Be honest, you've never been to this park either have you? Again, phrasing issue. My original intent was that the land was so well-designed that I felt a sort of culture shock when I walked into it - almost as if I had gone into a whole other park. Other than that, the land was amazing.
  13. Of course! We all knew that Scandia was the very best of the very best, boasting a whopping... 8? 9 maybe? rides, and exceptional theming! Not as if anyone else can beat that ( )
  14. Is this a serious question? I know. However, I'm guessing that there are a few different opinionses out there, so I just wanted to find out.
  15. My Ranking: 1. Disneyland - The theming and the ride quality really makes it great. Also, nostalgia blindness. 2. Six Flags Magic Mountain - The coasters here are great! I think it has some really good top-tiers and amazing second-tiers. 3. Knott's Berry Farm - To be honest, I haven't been here yet, but the connection of coasters and theming looks very fun. 4. Seaworld San Diego - It's Seaworld. It's kind of lacking in the rides department, but I like the animals. 5. Legoland California - The rides suck, the theming sucks, why isn't it at the bottom? The miniland. It was amazing seeing the recreations in Lego, and really was cool since I've always loved Legos. 6. Universal Studios Hollywood - It's like a bad babysitter. It puts you in front of a screen and says "have fun". The Harry Potter land was really cool, but we all know that was J.K. Rowling's land, not Universal's.
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