Thursday, October 25, 2001 3:55 PM
Day 2 of our Missouri adventure started at Six Flags St. Louis. We have been to a couple of Six Flags parks and we found this park to be the best Six Flags that we have visited. The park was clean for starters and the staff was friendly and attentive.
I started on my own while my wife was taking care of business. My first stop was Batman, as usual B&M has another awesome ride. My favorite part of this ride is the lack of the cobra roll. Ninja was my second stop. The loops were smooth and all the turns were bone jarring. No wonder it was a walk-on. The next coaster was my 100th coaster for the season. The Boss. It's not a Raven or Legend but it still rocks. I decided to check out the rest of the park while waiting for my wife to join me. Halloween decorations were almost as good as Cedar Point. :) First coaster she wanted to ride was the Boss. We rode in the back- The back was definitely better than the front--more air time. We finished riding the remaining coasters; it was a good day at Six Flags. If they build a new coaster, we would definitely return.
Born to Ride - Forced to work!
Friday, October 26, 2001 11:05 AM
How rough is their Mr. Freeze?
Saturday, October 27, 2001 5:04 AM
It wasn't rough at all. I don't remember a lot of head banging but, the restraints were really soft. The launch wasn't as powerful as I expected the train had to be boosted at the stall. The next thing that was odd I thought the icecream house would be chilly it wasn't. The temperature was rather warm and the workers had the doors open to get a cross breeze. It was a good ride and if I had more time I would have rode it a couple of more times
Sunday, October 28, 2001 5:07 AM
The one at Texas has Strong air conditioning inside the Freeze station [Probably cause its Texas] The ride there was very rough but the luanch was extremely intense.sounds like this one is better.