bert425 wrote:in Sangerfest Hall, after eating lunch. They are doing some construction outside behind us. .i'd guess a new outdoor beer garden, since the beer booth is over on that side.
I'm actually betting that the Carousel is going to go there on the side of the Sangerfest Hall (in Spassburg), across from the kiddie teacups, in the space that used to be the outdoor seating.
You are correct! The park president confirmed the carousel will be next to Sangerfest Hall. The old shade structure will be re-used as part as the queue also.
cool.. I'm glad my logic holds (tho the old shade structure seemed to have been torn down. . maybe they just put it in storage while they worked on the pad).
it means the First Aid will either be moving, or they are gonna be pretty hidden behind it tho.
as noted above, too bad they couldn't find a place to squeeze it in behind the bar-b-que place across from the waterpark entrance. that area really does need SOMETHING there to make up for all the dead space when the waterpark isn't open.
ObeyTheShihTzu! wrote:Thanks, Bert, for a fun and colorful journey through Fiesta Texas. Very interesting what you said about Batman being a "totally different ride" once you pulled the restraints all the way. Some of these coasters ought to come with instructions!! "How-To's" on the best way to ride! (Hey! Someone should come out with a book: "Ways to Ride the World's Most Challenging Coasters!") Kind of like some of the ski area guides that tell you about getting the most out of each of their trails.....an insider's guide. I love that kind of stuff.)
glad you enjoyed the report, Alice!
LOL. and you're right (and funny point) on the idea of a "tricks to riding" book.. . someone should do one
CarolinaJay wrote:Golden Lasso just looks like a complete singled railed mess and I LOVE IT!!! It still looks unreal. RMC is the future. Hopefully in the next coming years they'll start making the T-Rex variants.
Aside from that, awesome trip report! Fiesta Texas is definitely a park on my list to check out once I'm set free from the chains of grad school lol.
It really is worth a visit.
I realized my TR has no pics from the West side of the park.. (here are some pics from a TR I posted back on 12/26-12/27, you'll see pics of Iron Rattler and Roadrunner Express from that side of the park).
if you go during the Summer Months, Fiesta has a very decent waterpark as one of the "lands" included as well over on that side.
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