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Chocolonely isn't a terrible chocolate brand either tbf, which makes it even more of a plus.

 

They have a good business relationship with Efteling at the mo, so will be interesting to see if that changes over the next couple of years.

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It's a city park, it's pretty much the same as Liseberg in terms of location of the city centre...

 

Here's some concept art for the new Gerst Infinity coaster going into Walibi Rhone-Alpes (near the France/Swiss border, Lyon/Geneva way):

 

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Tbf Linnanmäki looks like a solid enough park as it is, just lacked the killer ride. Taiga should take it from a 'visit one day park' to a 'let's plan a trip specifically for this' park for a fair few European enthusiasts.

 

Keep forgetting Walibi RA is getting their Gerst next year. It's slipped under the radar somewhat after the initial buzz. It's got a non-launched semi-shuttle ending, featuring a switch track to get you back to the station, I believe. Still not sure how I feel about that fad..

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3 hours ago, ChiapasC. said:

Tbf Linnanmäki looks like a solid enough park as it is, just lacked the killer ride. Taiga should take it from a 'visit one day park' to a 'let's plan a trip specifically for this' park for a fair few European enthusiasts.

 

Keep forgetting Walibi RA is getting their Gerst next year. It's slipped under the radar somewhat after the initial buzz. It's got a non-launched semi-shuttle ending, featuring a switch track to get you back to the station, I believe. Still not sure how I feel about that fad..

Well if you want to complete the Sea life Europe trip you have to go there. Also, nothing will beat Motiongate's Capitol bullet train. Thanks, bye.

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Few more bits of concept art for the Walibi Rhone-Alpes coaster (and new area), have I ever said how much I adore their artwork?

 

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Also here's the finale:

 

 

Some of the developments since I've become a goon have become so ridiculous...

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Walibi Rhône-Alpes' Gerst has a name, description and logo...

 

24/12 - An Infinity Coaster in 2019? Unique in France!



... And he chooses that our novelty bears his name: MYSTIC  !

If you still think that Dr. Mystic is a charlatan; Let yourself be enchanted from June 2019, to check!

 

 

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Nice to see Bobbie Jobbie starting to put in the effort; the stuff since Forbidden Caves (Spinner retheme and Dreamcatcher themeing) is a step in the right direction...

 

Now they just need to add some actual quality to the mediocrity ;) 

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Looks like Tivoli Gardens have a ‘surprisingly’ big year ahead of them for 2019. Source-Blooloop Article On Tivoli.

 

Basically they are spending a lot of money on replacing and updating ride hardware which includes their kiddie and Mack powered coasters amongst others.

 

I will be visiting the park in late April, so it remains difficult to see what will or will not be open in that time, but one will see.

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12 hours ago, Cedar Creek said:

Looks like Tivoli Gardens have a ‘surprisingly’ big year ahead of them for 2019. Source-Blooloop Article On Tivoli.

 

Basically they are spending a lot of money on replacing and updating ride hardware which includes their kiddie and Mack powered coasters amongst others.

 

I will be visiting the park in late April, so it remains difficult to see what will or will not be open in that time, but one will see.

It would be good if they could also invest in some queue lines for the busy days on park.

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