Thanks for all your responses, here's the update:
hyyyper goes to the USA
East Coast Day 3 - August 9
Six Flags New England and Rye Playland
Because there was no way to put all the ERT SFNE threw at us all in one day, we came back today to get some more ERT on some rides. Traditionally, we started the day with an attempt to break the Boomerang. Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of this, the reason
being that I was on the ride when we broke it. Thankfully they got it work and we got the credit. The second coaster we had ERT on was Pandemonium, which was a very fun coaster. If you get lucky, and I was lucky, you can get an insane amount of spin, and with the inner-facing
cars you have a lot more fun than when you're sitting facing outwards.
After those coasters it was time to hit Superman:Ride of Steel again and it was still amazing with a ton of airtime. I won't go into details because otherwise my story will get two pages long and the ride was just as good as the day before.
So after the ERT was over we split up in groups of four and had a great day with the Gold Q-bots, and since it was our second day at the park
we almost had all the credits and we could relax and also hit some flats and WATER RIDES (I forgot your name, but I was in your group with
Vanjo and Phil, and I'm still angry for getting us wet at the "you won't get wet on this rapid" rapid).
The park was a real succes thanks to the Q-bots and the low-to-moderate crowds. But why do they build every Six Flags park in such a way that you have to walk 3 miles to get from one to another coaster? Well, I guess I'm used to Toverland, where the longests distance is 700 feet.
The second park of the day was a suprise park and it turned out to be Rye Play/Stabland. Once the awesome Rye Aeroplane Coaster resided here. We had quite some time to spend and the crowds were really heavy. The park was really ghetto, the rides weren't all that good, mostly it was just funny to see how ghetto a ride can be(come). The dragon coaster was like any old woodie in the US, rough, fast on the straights, but very slow in the turns. The mouse had some cool laterals and the kiddies, well, was a kiddie.
The atmosphere in the park was terrible. The ride-ops were rude, didn't pay attention and I was glad I stayed within a group because I just didn't feel safe on my own. Perhaps I should've gone out on the pier, pay how am I supposed to know there's a pier in the first place?
That pretty much wraps up Day 3, now lets get on to the pictures.
Oh, and don't expect to much from the "off-the-rails-shot". It's not like the train is two feet of the train