Tuesday, June 19, 2001 12:31 PM
We got to PKI about 8:50 in the morning. I waited in the car and my mom and sister went in to buy tickets to see the band O-Town at Timberwolf from the TV show "Making the Band" on August 3rd I believe? They got tickets for row 9 on the front left side. I didn't get a ticket. I heard the line was really long and it was the first day the tickets were on sale. I'll be busy that weekend anyway at SFGAdv. It was fun to just look at PKI's skyline. Something I can barely appreciate, because I always have to rush into the park with friends to get on the rides. It looked really fantasic and I wish we could have gone in. Son of Beast and Drop Zone were taunting me to come in but I couldn't. The plans were for Holiday World that day. So when they got back at about 9:30, I was off to ride The Legend which I knew would be really fun and it was so I won't write a TR about that because there's not much besides how great the park was. Yeah, that's it.
Hope you enjoyed!
But, the whole time I was sitting there, i was also thinking about the little sipper cups they used to have at PKI shaped like Hanna Barbara characters or fruits and they had several different flavors. Where do they sell these at or are they forever locked in the Kings Island vault never to see the light of day again? Help me! Let me out!! I'm blind!!!
*** This post was edited by Koaster King on 6/19/2001. ***
Tuesday, June 19, 2001 12:56 PM
Holiday World is under an hour drive from PKI? Really?
On the top of Magnum's second hill I'am the one who screams, "I can see Canada!"
Tuesday, June 19, 2001 12:59 PM
no. HW is at least 3 hours from PKI.
Tuesday, June 19, 2001 1:49 PM
Yeah, Holiday World is almost 4 hours from PKI if you take the SFKK/Louisville route, but I don't know how long it is other ways. I think I mixed you up about when my mom and sister got back at 9:30 from inside the park. Sorry about that. If you gain anything from my TR, it will be how far PKI is from HW and how great The Legend and PKI's skyline is. I guess you also learned that O-Town tickets were on sale and that I can't find my sipper cups anywhere. So, it was short, but sweet. Just like Top Gun.