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*** THE BEBES *** Rainbow Magicland ITALY TR

Postby The Bebes » Sat May 16, 2009 6:30 pm

Welcome to The Bebes' Theme Park Adventures!!!

Hi! We are Corey & Danielle Giannantonio aka The Bebes (pronounced beh-behz, a tired slurring of the word baby).
Follow us on our adventures and enjoy our crazy sense of humor right here in this blog.

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LATEST REPORTS:

DEC 23, 2012 - Rainbow Magicland - Italy Trip Report

FEB 18, 2012 - SOUVENIR: An epic SFMM WCB 2012 Trip Report by The Bebes ***PERMANENT LINK***

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2009 TRIP REPORTS (click the links to go directly to the individual reports):

THEME PARK TOUR: PART DEUX !!!:
May 24 Sun - SFMM for Terminator: Salvation
May 25 Mon - Fly in to Pittsburgh & Maybe Waldameer
May 26 Tue - Kennywood
May 27 Wed - Knoebel's & Hershey Preview Night
May 28 Thur - Hersheypark & Choco World
May 29 Fri - Dorney Park with Big Mike!
May 30 Sat - A day of sightseeing in Philly
May 31 Sun - Sesame Place, Wild Safari, SFGAdv,& some NJ Boardwalks
Jun 1 Mon - Six Flags Great Adventure
Jun 2 Tue - Sightseeing in Washington DC
Jun 3 Wed - Six Flags America & King's Dominion Day 1
Jun 4 Thur - King's Dominion Day 2
Jun 5 Fri - Busch Gardens Europe
Jun 6 Sat - Fly home to Los Angeles

June 16 - Marshall goes to SFMM
June 28 - TPR Termination Day

THEME PARK TOUR: PART TRES !!!:
Aug 16 - Drive Day and SFDK
Aug 17 - SFDK Day2
Aug 18 - CGA & Find the Ducky Game!!!
Aug 19 - Gilroy Gardens
Aug 19 - Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

2010 TRIP REPORTS (click the links to jump to the reports):

MAR 20 - WCB DAY 1 : SFMM
MAR 21 - WCB DAY 2 : KBF
MAY 29 - RAINBOW'S END (New Zealand)
SEP 2010 - SECRET TRIP 2010

2011 & 2012 TRIP REPORTS (click the links to jump to the reports):

MAR 19, 2011 - West Coast Bash 2011
JUL 11, 2011 - Santa Monica Pier
FEB 18, 2012 - SOUVENIR: An epic SFMM WCB 2012 Trip Report by The Bebes
FEB 19, 2012 - West Coast Bash 2012 DAY 2 : KNOTT'S BERRY FARM
MAY 27, 2012 - Adventure City, Duck Hunt, & Manta
JUN 10, 2012 - Round n Round a KBF Coasting for Kids EPIC Trip Report
AUG 6, 2012 - Nor-Cal Duck Hunt Pt. 1 of 4
AUG 7, 2012 - Nor-Cal Duck Hunt Pt. 2 of 4
AUG 8, 2012 - Nor-Cal Duck Hunt Pt. 3 of 4
AUG 9 & 10, 2012 - Nor-Cal Duck Hunt Pt. 4 of 4
DEC 23, 2012 - Rainbow Magicland - Italy Trip Report












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FROM OUR ORIGINAL POST:
The Bebes will be embarking on their second Theme Park Tour soon, and could really use the help of other TPR members.

We are hoping to get some advice about the parks (routes, eateries, hidden gems, opinions, etc.) as well as the cities that they are in (other landmarks, eateries, etc.)

We already have Six Flags, Cedar Fair & Busch Properties season passes.
We could use advice on acquiring discounts for Kennywood, Knoebel's, & Hershey.

We will be posting Super Duper trip reports right here in this thread as the trip unfolds!

Please help us make the best of our trip! Thanks!
-The Bebes
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Postby rawrtotheargh » Sat May 16, 2009 6:36 pm

Sounds like an amazing trip!
Have fun and be safe!
Can't wait to see the TR's as you two go along.
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Postby Jakizle » Sat May 16, 2009 8:46 pm

Sounds like a mini version of the East Coast trip from last year! Too bad you couldn't throw in SFNE and LC, but I understand that is a far drive from PA.

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Postby larrygator » Sat May 16, 2009 9:41 pm

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Postby Big Mike » Sat May 16, 2009 10:36 pm

Just looking at your trip real quick, I think the highlight is going to be seeing Big Mike :) lol

Actually, we meet up at Dorney on Friday, and after that you have a sightseeing day, an open day, Great Adventure, and then another sight seeing day.

Since you are up as far north as you are going to go in Dorney, you "could" conceivably go right down the whole Jersey coast and collect everything, including Moreys Pier and Cape May NJ unless you have them already. They both have 6 coasters each.

You are also skimming right around Dutch Wonderland too.

Thats just the credit whore in me speaking, sightseeing time is cool too, especially Washington DC.


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Re: Theme Park Tour Part Deux!!!

Postby TPDave » Sun May 17, 2009 4:27 am

Sounds like a great trip! You'll have a lot of fun and get some awesome rides in!

The Bebes wrote:May 25 (Memorial day) - Fly in to Pittsburgh 6pm (we are considering a
mad dash to Waldameer for Ravine Flyer 2;
they close at 10pm)


If at all possible, I would definitely recommend this, the RF II is soooo good. You might even see Trevor in the Waldameer show!

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Postby ElToroGirl84 » Sun May 17, 2009 9:02 am

D'oh!

I'll be heading up to Ohio to Cedar Point and King's island the weekend you are going to Dorney and Six Flags but WOW what a lot of parks to go to in such a short amount of time, I'm jealous. Mostly because at the moment not sure if I could afford such a trip but it sounds like fun! Have fun at Dorney with Big Mike! Though it's hard to not have fun with Big Mike around! :)
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Postby The Bebes » Sun May 17, 2009 12:42 pm

BIG MIKE & ANYONE ELSE:

Big Mike wrote:
You are also skimming right around Dutch Wonderland too.



If we wanted to hit Dutch Wonderland we would have to end our day at Hersheypark around 3pm or 4pm (closes at 8pm) in order to get to Dutch Wonderland for 1-2hrs before they close at 6pm.

We pose this question: In your opinion, is 1-2hrs at DUTCH WONDERLAND worth losing 4-5hrs at Hersheypark AND costing an additional $50?

We have never been to either Hershypark OR Dutch Wonderland.
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Re: Theme Park Tour Part Deux!!!

Postby The Bebes » Sun May 17, 2009 12:48 pm

TPDave wrote:If at all possible, I would definitely recommend (trying to make it to Waldameer for an hour or less), the RF II is soooo good.
Dave "We didn't start the fire!" Wilson


Does Waldameer ever stop running their rides or close earlier than their posted closing time???

We'd hate to drive 2+ hours from Pittsburgh to arrive at Waldameer at 9:30pm and find that they stopped running RFII or closed for the night. Then drive 2+ hours back to Pittsburgh.

We were lucky enough to ride the Voyage in 2006 and have been anticipating another Gravity Group creation!
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Postby cfc » Sun May 17, 2009 1:24 pm

If you have a yen for a good pulled-pork BBQ sandwich while you're in Williamsburg, check out Pierce's Pitt on East Rochambeau (very near Great Wolf Lodge) and order "JC's Special." If you want any other local restaurant recommendations, let me know.
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