Photo TR: Legoland & Thorpe Park

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Photo TR: Legoland & Thorpe Park

Postby Divv3k » Mon Apr 06, 2009 2:10 pm

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A bunch of British TPR members couldn't wait til June for the Scandi Trip to start so we needed to come up with some excuse to go get drunk and stay up late earlier! With Thorpe Park opening Saw: The Ride recently we had the perfect excuse we needed. On top of Saw a few people in the group hadn't been to Legoland before which we felt would provide a nice complement to the madness of Thorpe. We had a great weekend!

LEGOLAND (below)

So the first day we did Legoland. I just love this place. It's probably the best themed park in the UK next to Alton Towers and its just tons of fun. We weren't quite sure if we could do a whole day at Legoland but we found that when you have a great group of people you can spend a whole day there very easily!

Without doubt the best ride at Legoland is Fire Academy, there's nothing funnier than competing against your friends and pumping away! Check out Steve's video (keep an eye on Anth!):

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Here's some photos...
Brad's excited because we're at Legoland!!!
The first stop was the "new for 2009" shooting dark ride - Laser Raiders!
Beware pickpockets in training when in the queue!
The queue is littered with Lego "artifacts". Luckily these are bolted down in case people try and move them.
Lou loves generic Egyptian heads.
The ride itself is good fun. Maybe not worth the long waits but it's nice to have another dark ride in the UK.
The Battle of the Daves is reaching all new levels of gore and brutality!
If you visit Legoland on a weekend you're not allowed to queue up for it. The only way you can ride is by picking up one of these "fastpasses".
Whilst we waited for our Jungle Coaster slot we laughed at each other on the Wave Surfer.
Waiting for Steve to pass and pressing the water bomb button was a fun game!
I'll let you think of your own dirty caption for this one!
Today's lunch and DNA menu is brought to you by Steve.
Ooh a ride sign! We must have rode this next!
No you are not seeing things.
That is indeed an enclosed car!
Greenhouse POV.
The greenhouse makes it a very loud experience as the bits all smack against each other through the ride.
We tried bribing the ride ops to lock them in. Unfortunately the Legoland employees are way too honest.
I guess this means we did The Dragon next.
Dave is always on the lookout for new ways of attracting females.
Looks like it worked!
Beware the curses of Generic Wizard Man.
The evil dragon certainly had seen better days.
"I'm Super Dragon Train, gimme some track!"
Cartoonish photo of TPDave quota: FILLED.
The whores rode this. I just took a photo of the sign for TPR's park index.
The whores were also too lazy to walk up the hill.
I'm so excited to see Q-Bots in a Merlin park. Hopefully Alton, Chessington and Thorpe will follow suit soon!
"Yes, we're all members of the Hobosexual Alliance."
Of course this group is incapable of passing a slide without staging a takeover.
Time for the best ride in Legoland!
I'm convinced that this was designed specifically with TPR in mind.
If you're wondering why Brad looks so buggered watch the video above!
Fire Academy is Divv approved! I can't wait for a TPR takeover in Billund!

More Legoland fun to come...

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Postby Divv3k » Mon Apr 06, 2009 2:29 pm

Legoland Part 2...
Mike's problem #27 - too many bananas.
What better ride to get in the mood for Scandi than Viking's River Splash?!
These rapids are very "RCT".
These poor wet people have Ben to blame for their plight.
Yup, Pirate Falls was next.
The only reason Dave wanted to ride was so he could play with the Duplo in the line.
We tried squeezing five into this boat. It didn't quite work out.
So whilst none of those guys could breath for five minutes Steve took the opportunity to lie back and recover from the previous night!
Mike's problem #63 - sitting in the front of the Log Flume.
This be a dead skeleton made o' Blocko says I!
Yup, the streaker is still there!
I think I can see Lego Steve in the bar!
If you look real closely at the displays you find loads of cool little easter eggs like this.
The group gets super excited about the big shuttle launch!
BLAST OFF! Well, not quite.
Denmark is the only country in the world where the ducks are bigger than the cows. Who's excited about Scandi now?!
If you're in Legoland make sure you do Rocket Racers. Not so much for the ride but really because it has the BEST pre-show video this side of Sea Odyssey at Port Aventura!
Is he Dave or is he Laq?
Mike's problem #88 - Doesn't have a real grass skirt.
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It's just like the Lego special olympics.
Is it Anth or is it Hitler?
Here's our supertastic fun group of Generic Lego Fans. We had a great day!
I really think Legoland is one of the best parks to visit as part of a group. I can't wait to get back to the one in Billund for more fun like this in a couple of months!

Thorpe Park will be up at some point this week!

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Postby monkeyoverlord71 » Mon Apr 06, 2009 2:30 pm

Enclosed cars?
You may as well just drive down a hill.

Can't wait for more.
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Postby TPDave » Mon Apr 06, 2009 2:36 pm

Great Stuff Divv!!

Can't wait for Thorpe :)

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Postby coaster_dude2002 » Mon Apr 06, 2009 2:45 pm

Nice update Divv, looks like a good start to the weekend! Wish I could have joined you guys, and yes I'm excited for giant ducks in Denmark!

Looking forward to Thorpe!

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Postby monkeyoverlord71 » Mon Apr 06, 2009 3:18 pm

Yay I got more!

Seeing Rocket Racers makes me want to dig out my Lego Racers game.
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Postby SharkTums » Mon Apr 06, 2009 3:18 pm

And here I was thinking that Mike's Problem #88 was that he came first! :lolr:

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Postby Stealth Assassin » Mon Apr 06, 2009 3:21 pm

Great TR Divv and well done for getting it done so quick.

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Postby Meik » Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:15 am

Awesome photos Divv. Coming first in Lego Racers is my proudest achievement to date. Laq would be proud of me!

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Postby Louise » Tue Apr 07, 2009 5:45 am

Wait wait WAIT. Did Mike just post?! THE APOCALYPSE IS COMING!!!

And LOL at Elissa!!!!

Great report so far Divv, I'd forgotten how much fun we had on Saturday, the sheer exhaustion of no sleep for two nights erased that day from my memory completely!! Some fantastic pictures.

I miss you guys!


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