How is Phantasialand?

Saturday, February 15, 2003 1:11 PM
Both sound great!
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Sunday, February 16, 2003 6:17 AM
I personally don't like MovieWorld at all. The park tends to opens their rides over 3 hours after park opening if attendance is low, and don't be surprised of most of the major rides are closed way before closing time. The park really is Six Flags at it's worst.

The park has some nice rides, I love their Blazzing Saddles frisbee, the Lethal Weapon Pursuit coaster and the gyrodrop the Wild Bunch. If you ride Wild Wild West, prepare for a serious head-ache!

Don't forget to ride Geisterrikscha (no, you don't spell it like that) in Phantasialand. Its an old ride, and it looks pretty crappy, but the concept is great. One of the best haunted houses I've ever been on. A bit of a "cult-ride" though.

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Dutch Coastin' :: European coasters, thrills and theming!

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Sunday, February 16, 2003 10:32 AM
Wild Wild West is a living woodie. One day it can be smooth and you want to ride it over and over....yet sometimes it can be the worst coaster you've ever been on.
Strange.

However, the park suffers under Six Flags management. Like DRNK has mentioned, some rides need to close early, some don't even open at all (dueling coaster with only one side running)
Overall, the park should need some paint too. Especially the themeing outside.

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Sunday, February 16, 2003 10:37 AM
I've been to MovieWorld several times this year, and everytime again Wild Wild West gave me a really rough ride, which was extremely painfull. But I can't help loving the lay-out.. Well, anything's better than the old trains!

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Dutch Coastin' :: European coasters, thrills and theming!

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