Today we had a full day at the park, with ERT scheduled on Baco. Unfortunately, the Intamin curse had arrived before we did, and the park swapped our ERT for 2 days later. So, we had ERT on Stampida. Of course, I have NO pics from that ERT, because I overslept and missed the bus. No great loss. Chris was a bit upset though. What's a TPR gathering without their designated "bitch"?
The best part of the day was the "front of the line" fastpass type thing we were given. It was good on pretty much everything except Baco and the drop tower.
A few of us used this to ride the rapids ride twice in 10 minutes (and thought about doing it a third time) just to see the pi$$ed off people inline. It was great!
Not too many pics as I've already covered most of the park, but some things are worth showing over and over again.
The wonderful courtyard of our hotel.
Popeye, Bluto and Betty Boop. What's wrong with this picture??
Mess with the Hoffman girl, and you'll end up in this nice box!
Chris wanted this picture to show how much weight he has lost since giving birth at Southport last year. Chilly Willy gets the Hoffman Girl credit!
Random walk-by abandoned western buildings. We had NO IDEA why they were there!
Chris's voice was shot, but he tried to do the Pterodactyl on Tomahawk.
Tomahawk had a cow hide ceiling.
See all those people in pain on Stampida!
Notice how the power and ferocity of Tomahawk just shreds Chris's hair!!
Ye old Arrow (Hi Jahan!) mine train, with 3 lift hills, though 1 is just to drop you into a set of brakes. WTF??
Other than 2nd lift hill, it wasn't too bad of a ride.
It gave a neat perspective of Stampida and the city behind it (wherever the hell we were).
Templo del Fuego was an EXCELLENT (albeit much shorter), version of Poseidon's Fury. No vortex either.
For you fanboys and those playing "Elissa Bingo", here's her majesty skinning her hot dog.
Hurakan Condor looks kinda tall from down here.
From up here too!!
Talk about glorious!!
BTW - Dragon Kahn>>>Kumba
Rapids ride goodness!
We had a *slight* jam at the end of the ride.
Me, being the conscientious person that I am, tried to keep the Hoffman Girl's phone from getting wet. Unfortunately, I forgot which side it was on. :)
Yeah. I paid for it too!
Think you've seen that before? NOT? (different angle!)
Lame boat ride to nowhere.
The grandkids in the back row of the Tutuki Splash.
Water cannons are wonderful!
the 3 wet ones in front of the Polynesian stage.
Sea Odyssey simulator.
Our "sub" (sorry about the crappy pic)
how to wring your child's neck while riding!
Nicely themed swinging ship.
Station for the boat that goes nowhere.
We're on our way...
Though it gave a different view of Furious Baco.
Since all of the food places shut down for the afternoon (The Spaniards take their siestas seriously!) Time for my own sieata back at the hotel.
Everybody was already asleep.
The Port Aventura train station as seen from our balcony. About a 1/2 mile walk.
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