Some great on-ride pics in there Jake - I think I was too nervous to take my camera on anything but the tamest kiddie coasters! I had a lot of fun at Bon Bon Land, including figuring out how to properly unbalance the spinning mouse for a very intense ride.
rcjp wrote:Nice pictures. For those who rode it, how do these zamperla Giant Discoverys compare to Huss's Giant Frisbees?
They are fantastic, felt very high and fast and plenty of airtime at the top!
Our quick trip down to Germany brought us to Hansa Park. Honestly,this was the park I knew the least about beforehand and wasn't too sure about it and therefore, it was my least anticipated park. Little did I know that it is AWESOME and was probably one of my favorite days!!!
On to the photos
Welcome to Hansa Park!
The park gave us lots of goodies...always a nice touch
Printed sign? Yup these guys tried to put on a nice show for us :)
The park is interesting in that the park opens at 9, but the rides open at 10. Also, customer flows for the date each day. Awesome.
The park is just beautiful.
Our morning started off with the park's awesome indoor/outdoor coaster, Fluch von Novgorod!
The queue is creepy...
And this is all you see before you ride! Impressive theming once the ride begins.
Even better? You can ride a slide down the exit instead of taking the stairs.
Sexy Gerstlauer track for the nerds
The airtime hill provided airtime...
And the turns were fun too
The solo inversion is nicely done, kinda Cheetah Hunt style.
Another round of riders go!
The ride did surprise me a bit though. It was fun! Especially the launch was quick and the indoor parts.
Once the park opened, we began to wonder. Getting eaten by an animal!!! Nessie was fun and I'll have more pics of it later.
Our first drop was the insanely long roller skater.
Through the loop!
We got a Nessie train to go by as we went through!
Next up was the killer mouse, or so we thought.
It turns out it has breaks now! We didn't die.
Last was the new kiddie coaster...which was awesome! It had a mini dark ride section to start
And the theming outdoors was certainly impressive.
Doing coaster stuff!
Do you think KT liked it?
For the nerds, again.
One last overview. Just can't believe how nice this place is.
Parks look just like this in America, right?
Oh yeah, the rare bell ride was running! Didn't have the patience to wait in line though (it was the only ride with one!)
More TPR members enjoying the awesome new kiddie coaster.
Another park, another giant bouncy thing to kill yourself on.
My favorite part is going down.
Smells like a new coaster over here
The park is kind of on the sea! Germany's only one?
We also gave the double bayern curve a courtesy ride.
I love slides.
How about we cook our own breadstick? BEST PARK ATTRACTION EVER
Back to the coasters...thread the loop! This seem to happened quite a lot.
Take a break for a crepe (see what I did there)
But seriously, such yumminess. Cinnamon and bread yo
This is what my meal voucher got me. This trip had SOOO much good food!!!
We finished the day with a ride up the observation tower.
And a look over to the other side.
Found these in the gift shop. Awesome!
Just kidding, we rode Nessie one more time before heading out. Great day! Next up is LegoLand Billund!!!
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