Day Eight: Kobe Portopialand, Central Park, Kurashiki Tivoli Park
Today was another "three parks" day, but at least time was on our side today as Tivoli was open until 9pm tonight.
Once again I'll make this TR brief as it's late again and I'll let the photos tell the story. But here's a couple quick bullet points on each park:
Kobe Portopialand (Port-a-potty land since we couldn't pronounce it!)
Fun little place! Two really good Schwarzkopf coasters. They are no Shock Wave or Lisebergbanan, but they were both still pretty awesome! We've heard rumor the park was closing soon, but the place sure had no signs of that happening.
Central Park - I really thought there would be more to this park being that it's one of the few parks in Japan with a B&M. There really wasn't much here. A couple of really bizarre credits and a Batman clone!
Kurashiki Tivoli Park - What an interesting place. First off, it looks a LOT like Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen. The park was beautiful, and we finally got to see the lights of Tivoli!
The two coasters there were just "ok" and the one kiddie coaster was really BIZARRE! It's themed to a full-sized train, only goes about 10 MPH at the most, and there are cars with "Baby Seats!" YES!!!!
I have posted the POVs of the two Schwarzkopf's from Kobe in the Members Only section....enjoy!
Anyway, onto today's photos!