The Official "TPR Europe Trip 2008" Thread!

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The Official "TPR Europe Trip 2008" Thread!

Postby robbalvey » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:20 pm

Hey everyone!!!

TPR's Europe Trip 2008 has officially begun! We will be doing trip updates as often as possible.

For starters we have posted the arrival and "credit whore" day as some of us visited a few bonus parks prior to the official trip starting.

Check out "Park Saint Paul" with some WEIRD Pax coasters and Mer de Sable with too much "Western" Theming.

Please post your responses here!


TPR's Europe 2008 Trip Updates:

Day 00 - Arrival and Credit Whore Parks
Day 0 - Jardin d' Acclimatation!
Day 1 - Parc Asterix Photos
Day 2, Part 1 - Walibi Belgium Photos
Day 2, Part 2 - Adventure Parc Ropes Course
Day 3, Part 1 - Bobbejaanland Photos
Day 3, Part 2 - Toverland Photos
Day 4, Part 1 - Efteling Photos
Day 4, Part 2 - Drievliet Photos
Day 5 - Walibi World (aka Wobbly World)
Day 6 - Heide Park
Day 7, Part 1 - Movie Park Germany
Day 7, Part 2- Schlossbeck
Day 8 - Phantasialand
Day 9, Part 1 - Tripsdrill
Day 9, Part 2 - Holiday Park & Expedition GeForce
Day 10 - Europa Park
Day 11 - Walygator Parc
Day 12 - Disneyland Paris - Part 1
Day 13 - Disneyland Paris - Part 2

Click the link above to check out today's update!

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Postby mattnz » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:22 pm

Wow, very interesting report, especially those PAX coasters. Would love to see a POV - but it looks like it might have been slightly dangerous to make one!

Thanks for sharing!

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Postby sfne2005 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:25 pm

Just some random thoughts:

*The Kyle cutout is great!
*Love the hanno photo....Lou seems so dramatic.
*Some pretty interesting coasters.
*Already sick of seeing Big Mike ;)
*There will be far too many responses that say "Looks like you guys are having fun", "Wish I were there", and "Where are the updates?"

I want a tally of those who lose their luggage!

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Postby robbalvey » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:27 pm

^ The tally of lost luggage was a big fat ZERO!!!

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Postby downunder » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:38 pm

^No lost luggage, that's pretty good, I thought Charles De Gaulle and Heathrow airports were like black holes that the world's luggage just vanishes into.

That Pax coaster looks outrageous.

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Postby ebl » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:05 pm

There is no way on this planet that any of those PAX coasters would ever make it here in the U.S. I think they'd have "lawsuit" written all over them.

But that green-tracked thing looks...interesting.

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Postby Canobie Coaster » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:49 pm

Can't agree more about those PAX coasters. Formule 1 looked really good from what I saw and Wild Train, well it looked wild. How did they compare to more common compact coasters like wild mice or galaxies?

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Postby Wood Dragon 1988 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 7:26 pm

*There will be far too many responses that say "Looks like you guys are having fun", "Wish I were there", and "Where are the updates?"

Since you've already covered all that, I say someone should delete all further similar posts!

Can't wait for the Telepherique POV. I loved those zip-line sort of things when I was a kid, but now that I am 6.5 feet tall, it is hard for me to find adult sized ones!

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Postby gotdane » Mon Jun 23, 2008 7:38 pm

I'm SO sad I'm not out there with you guys! I'm at home, sick, and sorting thru stuff, deciding what I want my parents to take to Tennessee with them.

Those Parc Saint-Paul coasters look amazing. I love how the rides everywhere in Europe are so different than what we have here in the states.

But...I'm not gonna lie, I'm already sick of seeing the same 10 people in every update! :P

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Postby Skramp » Mon Jun 23, 2008 7:55 pm

Damn Robb, looks like fun and you have certainly way out done yourself with the comments in the Photo TR, those are F*&^ING hilarious. That mine train coaster is way messed up, almost like they dug it up and unearthed it and went "what the hell, let's see if it still works?"
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