I don't really see a lot of the justification here. Face it, if any of you were stuck waiting an hour in line for food, I'm not sure any of you would still be thinking to yourselves, "this is great for the park, I'm so happy its this busy." Throw in my 5 year old sister, and you've got a whole other story.
I just can't feel sorry for anybody during this time of the year. It's pretty much common knowledge how bad these parks get during the week between Christmas and New Year's. And even if for some strange reason you didn't know, do a little homework before spending thousands of dollars on a vacation or even just spending a day at one of these parks. Heck, even in Legoland's first year, it shouldn't be that much of a surprise.
^Exactly. If I have to visit a park during a "peak time" like this, I know that the crowds are likely to be huge. Hell, Christmas Town at BGW on a Saturday or Sunday night can be pretty trying on one's patience, too.
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