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  1. That shipping container is now buried underneath Zufari as they couldn't afford to move it. Haha.
  2. Is Philharmagic exactly the same as in WDW? Just missed out on it as I went last week of September!
  3. At Chessington they definitely provide all of the basics to create a temporary sign very easily. No excuse for hand written notes.
  4. Hocus Pocus is definitely not red/blue. I think they're chroma-depth. ?
  5. How much do the charity evening tickets cost?
  6. Hollenblitz is expensive...but fun. Loved Olympia Munich Looping last year.
  7. In no order: Balder, Millennium Force and Expedition Everest.
  8. Wut? EDIT: Just looked at the plans and the Tiger Face seems to have been approved?
  9. Earl of Sandwich is great for quick food! I enjoyed Walt's when I've been in the past. The steak was excellent. I always tend to go left first...you can get up behind the shops on Main Street if there's a crowd and go through the Fort to head for BTMRR first (which is what I would recommend.) Always worth doing it late in the evening/at night too. Crush's Coaster usually has big queues so quite often I'll try and get there for opening to avoid them.
  10. I'd definitely have paid money for a wristband of some sort. The costs were really driving up...I don't really know how much I spent but for my money I didn't think the Boomerang was worth it. I'd probably agree with you on Megablitz which I did actually ride the 2nd day but didn't get a photo of for whatever reason... All of the Dark Rides as Benin said are "Ghost Trains" which for my money are never worth it. They've got the standard load of "fun houses" too...and a couple of shooting rides. The cost really put me off...with most costing €5 now...
  11. Prater Trip Report So I recently went to Vienna and had some spare time so went to visit Prater. It's basically a permanent fairground with all rides being operated independently. This makes it quite an expensive experience and the rides aren't the best with quite a few Wild Mouses (should that be Wild Mice?!) but that said it was a good way to kill a few hours... So arriving at the park you're met with the Big Wheel, which is why most people come to Prater. The entrance plaza is quite nice. The map is pretty confusing. Unless you know the name
  12. With the history of Chessington's mazes I have no doubt that this will be a story drive attraction in scenes. I don't think that would be enough for me to jusitfy an upcharge though. When you consider that Haunting in the Hollows offered the same for free. I think what it'll probably boil down to is the quality of the attraction. It is is well put together, looks good and is technically sound then maybe it'll be worth it...
  13. What are the queues like for Towers mazes? I've only ever been to Thorpe / Worked the Chessington mazes so it would be interesting to compare that?
  14. If this is to be located in the old Creepy Caves...surely there won't be much room for an attraction there? It was hardly the largest space - even if they have removed all of the exhibits.
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