KarlaKoaster wrote:In other news, Merlin have announced Nemesis Sub-Terra and Twirling Toadstool (Waveswinger) are both now permanently closed. Nemesis Sub-Terra was pretty poor in the first season, but I quite enjoyed it once they made some improvements.
The Alton Towers Dungeon is new, however, replaces Charlie in the Chocolate Factory, and will cost £7.50 on top of the £56 entrance fee (which has gone up from last year, naturally).
Could it be the sub terra towers have been re used in this dungeon? The ride wasn’t that old to be scrapped and I think the London dungeon have the same tower for a hangman’s ride or at least one similar in that you load at the top of the tower and get dropped below.
Ok so this is not specifically Alton Towers, but its too good to not post. At 1:30 in this video the Chief Executive Officer of Merlin Entertainment says: "One of the things that I think Merlin leads the whole world in at the moment is themed accommodation. I think we do it better than anybody else"... What have this guy been smoking What about Disney, Universal, Europa Park, Phantasialand, Efteling, Port Aventura, even Fårup sommerland have better accommodation!
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