Sunday, August 12, 2001 4:00 PM
OK, I once saw a show on TLC or the Discovery Channel and it was on Busch Gardens Williamsburg(h?) and Six Flags Magic Mountain. In it, the two presidents of each park were talking about how they "control" the flow of the park. SFMM's design is a huge circle so that way you can go either way and end up in the same place. I think it's the same for BGW. Well the BGW prez said that when the park opens, only a couple of sections are open and the rest open later in the day when it's more crowded. My question is, what is and isn't open when the park itself opens? And also, where do they have space to build a new coaster?
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Sunday, August 12, 2001 5:34 PM
The area that holds the Loch Ness Monster is always the first section open. I think after that it is Area of Alpie, Oktoberfest, then Ireland, then Itlay. Take a ride on the train, and you will see where they can build a new coaster.
My favorite Coaster is named after Poop
, and I actually like
Boomerangs! What is wrong with me?