Kstr 737 said:
I mostly agree with those sentiments. I don't really care for the atmosphere of the Tampa park (something weird about midway proportions, seriously).
I honestly can't pinpoint it, but there's something I don't like about it either. If I still lived that close to Cedar Point I'd be there all the time. I know I knock BGT for their slow operations as often as Jeff was mentioning dry humping this spring, but despite having such a great coaster collection and great animal exhibits, I never enjoy my time there. Cheetah Hunt initially made me inclined to go more, but watching them do 6-8 minute dispatches on it as it constantly pulls a 60 minute wait takes the fun right back out of it.
Yeah, I don't know what "they're all the same" even means in this context. I've ridden NTG, IR, Outlaw, Wicked Cyclone, Joker, and Twisted Colossus and couldn't really tell you where they overlap other than "they all have drops and turns." In terms of setting, pacing, order and experience, I feel like they're just as different as any coasters. (I've also ridden RailBlazer, but I assume that was not part of the discussion)
Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
"All the same" in this context means the drive from Orlando to Tampa. Until you hit the brakes. Which is not so much a surprise element anymore when you get to about Champion's Gate.Last edited by Kstr 737, Tuesday, November 17, 2020 9:13 AM
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