SFMM, KBF, DCA, and Vegas Lines

Monday, January 14, 2002 12:41 PM
What are the lines for those parks and all of the Vegas stuff along with Buffalo Bill's?
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Monday, January 14, 2002 1:48 PM
What...your crystal ball not working?  Here...let me get mine out.  I know its around here somewhere.  Ah, found it.  Wow...its dusty.

<<Stares intently into the ball and rubs hands over it>>

"Lines....lines....what are the lines like at thoses places?  Hmmm....something is happening.  I see something.  Its getting clearer...clearer...cleater...nope, its gone."

Sorry...not even a crystal ball can predict what lines will be like.  Just gotta take your chances.

Matt - being sarcastic as usual.

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Monday, January 14, 2002 2:19 PM
Your total wait time should be 23 hours, 42 minutes and 37 seconds.

Oh wait, you wanted individual wait times. For that, I will need to know the dates you will be at each park, the number of people in your party, the number of front-seat rides you anticipate taking on each coaster, your anticipated arrival and departure time for each park, and the order you will be doing each park/ride in.

For a $50 fee, I will be able to provide you with a detailed spreadsheet showing the anticipated wait times for all coasters, flat rides, restaurants, ticket counters, and restrooms (note: times for each individual urinal are not available). I will also provide you with alternate strategies for ride order, Fastpass tips, and your choice of a free car air freshener or child's T-shirt.

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BaSS

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Monday, January 14, 2002 4:06 PM
Geez people. I don't know about SFMM, DCA, and  KBF lines. KBF was pretty clear when I went on the 5th. DCA, I'm sure, will never have huge lines, and I don't ge to SFMM enoguh to tell you anything.

But Vegas is a different thing.

The Stratosphere coaster isn't worth it... don't waist your time driving into the ghetto to go on a coaster similar to a kiddie ride.

Speed: the Ride at the Sahara is never crowded, and very cheap tog o on... 8 bucks for 2 rides.

Desperado at Buffalo Bills always has a few people waiting. Mainly towrds the front, if you're not picky about where you sit, you'll walk on to this one... but there are lines to buy the tickets.

Manhattan Express is unpredictable. If you're on it at night on a holiday weekend, the lines are around 15-30, and can go from those numbers to a walk on. Just really expensive.

Circus Cirucs's Adventuredome... buy an all-day pass. The roller coaster lines are tiny... shouldn't take you that long to get on... depending on your level of patience. There are a lot of brainless tourists in this place who make  you relaly mad.

I tihnk that's all...

 

goodbye!

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