Long time no hear, it's time for an update!Disclaimer: This park will be making references to other parks. Please orient yourself with the aforementioned other park prior to reading below in order to prevent potential confusion.
Next up is Corte Lupi. This Mediterranean land blends together an Italian look and feel with ancient Greco-Roman myths and legends. While Corte Lupi is a cramped 'Filler' area in the states, here in Liverpool it's an actual, open-spaced Italian Courtyard:
Indeed, attention to the flora and architecture were spent to create the Mediterranean Atmosphere, from the rolling hills and Cypress trees, to the fountain in the middle of the courtyard:
Attractions in this section:
Grand Voyage - a "single-level" adaptation of Adventure of Harbor Cove
boat dark ride back in the states. Why do I put single level in quotes? Because, while most of the ride is
on a single level in a vast show building (unlike the multi-level US version in a compact building), a 60-degree 40-foot drop is required to enter the show building from the loading area located in the rightmost building of the first pic.
Mythus Apollo - a 'light' dark ride that takes inspiration and elements from ancient mythical tales and forms it into a fun-filled story. Basically a larger version of the original attraction. Entrance located in the largest facade, and is, ironically the 'centerpiece' landmark of the area:
Now, as for the unfinished areas that you saw, that's Harbor Point. And that shall be taken care of in a much later update, as we near finishing-up with construct and approach a springtime opening.