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Parque Espana
Sakazaki, Isobe, Shima, Mie 517-0292
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Photos from TPR Japan 2007

The Parks of TPR's Japan 2007 Tour
Aqua Stadium
     Yomiuriland     Space World     Uminonakamichi Seaside Park      Harmonyland     Wonder Rakutenchi
Kijima     Mitsui Greenland     Himeji Central Park     Kurashiki Tivoli Park     Universal Studios Japan
Parque Espana     Nagashima Spaland    Nagoya Zoo    Lagunasia      Hamanako Pal Pal      Joypolis      Muscle Park
LaQua      Sea Paradise      Cosmoworld       Fuji-Q Highland       Tokyo Disneyland

Now that we're a few days into the trip, it's harder and harder to get up early in the morning! Elissa and KidTums lay there, practically dead!

In Japan you have to connect your computer to the "lard line." You get really fast internet service, but that crap is really sticky and gets all over your hands!

Pyrenees...one of the best B&M inverted coasters ever built!

Our day starts with some ERT on Pyrenees! Dan is happy because there isn't a typhoon outside to get him wet.

First drop on Pyrenees. Wave hello to that psycho Mack mine train down below!

They seem to like Pyrenees, but just wait..."Musical Circus" still awaits you.

Some Zero-G awesomeness.

And here's one for those with a lift hill fetish.

Forget the coasters, everyone agrees this is the HOTTEST chick in the whole damn park!!! (The one inbetween Dan & Joey...just in case you couldn't tell....wow, that kind sounded gross...I didn't mean in between Dan and Joey like IN BETWEEN them, but....nevermind, I'm going to stop now....)

Dan and Joey have a MUCH better chance with this chick.

Bullfight coaster - Still totally messed up!

Mmm...Pyrenees....and this Mack Mine train is totally insane too!!! This is a park with two REALLY good coasters!

Everything here has a bit of good theming to it.

"More intensity!"

A little bit more of Pyrenees for you.

And one more, including the sign, in case you forgot the name of the ride. Photo by Joey "Jew" Mandel

So now we come to "Musical Circus." For those of you who remember our last visit to Parque Espana, the "Escalator Ride" was probably the most bizarre thing we experienced in the park (see video linked above), but this time around, the Escalator Ride would seem quite normal compared to Musical Circus. Photo by Joey "Jew" Mandel

First off, they give you 3D glasses and tell you it's a 3D movie (which is why we didn't bother with the ride the last time we were at the park), but it turns out, it's really NOT a 3D movie. In fact, very little of the ride is in 3D! (Yes, that is some random Japanese person there who decided to hang out with our group!)

You enter the pre-show room where you are told a story by these really happy tree animals. It doesn't matter that it's all in Japanese. It's just so bizarre and messed up that it works prefectly!

This "look" explains it all!

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