robbalvey wrote:This EXACTLY was an example of how the rest of the day would go. The same kind of nonsensical pointless policies followed us throughout the entire day.
It was just one thing after another, all day long, that didn't make sense.
And I hate to speculate too much ... but if that was true to me
as a guest, and true to you
in your role as someone working with the park professionally, then what other
aspects of their operations are they doing in nonsensical ways?
rubysparkles wrote:Love your writing style in this report, really enjoyable to read and it’s fun to remember the trip. Hyperion was a really good coaster probably my third favourite after Lech and Untamed, but that queue when we did the final ride... I think that might be my own version of hell doing that pointless walk was fine (if not annoying) but coming to that room with no-one directing traffic and looking like a huge blob of people with no discernible direction... yes hell. I do vaguely remember watching the flow of traffic and trying to get us in the quickest arm of the queue, lots of strategising.
I forgot about that dark ride, I really couldn’t believe it. No operator around, just get on a real wtf moment at a park with a few of them. The Viking show was another, erm, confusing experience. And thanks for the photo evidence of me on a kiddie coaster, I tried to be cool and not go on all of them but you got evidence of me on that one. I classed up the experience with the philosophy though, to my credit.
Can’t wait for the next section! You really captured this part well, I’d forgotten so many of the details.
Yeah, if you're not a fan of lots of people in small enclosed spaces, that last room of the Hyperion queue is just not good. It's a concrete sardine tin. Your strategizing was great, and I was grateful for whatever advanced-degree calculus you were doing in your head to get us out of there a little quicker.
And hey, we all whored that wacky worm like champs, but you will note no
pictures of you on the powered credit, and I thank you for joining me on the sidelines for that one.