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P. 456: Information about Christmas Town 2021!

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It is SO GREAT to see how much fun the creative team evidently had, putting together the "story" for this attraction, and how much detail they've embellished the whole area with, to tell that story. Standing ovation, baby!

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^Well, I'll be damned. Maybe it's some sort of "clip art." The park does seem to be going through a "bad shirt" phase at the moment.

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^Well, I'll be damned. Maybe it's some sort of "clip art." The park does seem to be going through a "bad shirt" phase at the moment.

I doubt it. I mean this was the official poster for that movie. I hope the studio doesn't see that.

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I cannot believe that Busch Gardens flat out copied the exact picture from that movie Premonition. It is the exact same picture

 

Dude, GOOD EYE! I'm very impressed. I could be wrong, but I think some graphic designer stepped over a line here.

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Maybe I missed a reply to the german sentence "Sie können Ihr Gepäck mit uns zu verlassen" but these are only correct german individual words but in wrong context, so this sentence means nothing. Maybe they wanted to say "Sie können Ihr Gepäck bei uns lassen" which would mean "You could leave your luggage with us".

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Yes, I saw that this is what Google Translate says but it is still grammatically incorrect german ...

The other way round (from English to German) Google Translate works fine: "You can leave your luggage with us."

= "Sie können Ihr Gepäck bei uns lassen."

Never mind: just wanted to share that the pictured sentence "Sie können Ihr Gepäck mit uns zu verlassen" means nothing to a german native speaker.

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I imagine the English of most native German speakers is better than the German of Google.

 

But, as Eric says, most of the park's guests won't notice, and it'll give Germans a good laugh while they're waiting.

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