SharkTums wrote:Mark, did you ride the Outer Limits Coasters when they still had the OTSR's? Yeah, that's what it's like. Your head is a pinball going back and forth, every once in a while there's a brief respite, often followed by a giant smack.
The way the trains run, I'm not convinced that being able to see the layout would help that much. Like others have said you need to try one of the hard core Vekoma brace positions (either Turtle your head and get the hell away from that restraint) or slam your head to one side and fight to keep it against one side of the restraint.
It's just a rough as hell Vekoma. I would almost accept it at another park, but I can't believe that Disney would allow people to ride that, it's just that terrible.
Wow, I was going to say "It can't be TOO bad."
I guess I'm wrong. It's a shame. I can't tell if Rock N' Roller coaster is showing any age in DSP, but at DHS it's actually relatively smooth. I think it's aging rather well.
That picture of the spooky lifthill of Crushs Coaster makes me feel so good. I remember that awsome ride in that coaster. But when I see the picture showing an empty mainstreet, it makes me so pissed off. An empty mainstreet?!>? I have some confusing feelings about this update
It was empty because the picture was taken during extra magic hours. Despite the resorts being very full very few poeple were there during the start of EMH. On day one it was basically only TPR peeps at the gate waiting for the park to open, which I found very odd.
The parks did get much much more crowded later in the day.
Another good update, but I am not going to say I like it, because it is another nail in the coffin of this trip. I had a great time. Thanks Again.
^Well, the extra hours were 2 hours long and I noticed that the crowds started to pick up in the 2nd hour of the extra magic hours. Also, there wasn't all that much open during that time, so if you were staying for multiple days you really didn't need all that time.
Too bad they opened crappy Space Mountain early instead of Big Thunder Mountain.
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