ticket good for 11 years.
I think so also. If anything it hides the downtimes better, although Hagrid downtimes are hard to hide as the coaster can be seen.
But, it gets...
That was quick.
Someone on magic just posted that it's back to the 1000/ hour pace that they've been running today.
Honestly... This is running so much smoother then I think any of us thought it would.
Almost at half a year of Hagrids not operating properly. I would hope if anything RotR will have its big kinks worked out within 1-2 months.
Decided to ask my friend who is in guest relations what they have heard on RotR.
The only thing they said is because their partner works at DHS,...
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I think the shuttle preshow should help break it up. That one looks and seems more like a ride vs the first and last.
Found the post on Magic.
and in reply to what the three wow moments were they said:
I can’t l find it now. It was in main Rise thread. They must have deleted the comments. Hmmm.
found this on MiceChat though
Someone posted on magic who has ridden the attraction. Hype level rising.
Oh for sure. Interested in how they discuss DCA 1.0.
I just really didn’t picture him admitting the Paris failures.
I was shocked by how candid Eisner was. When he said they screwed up in Paris. Shocked.
I mean, Hagrid has been a bit beyond the usual Intamin issues, no? If I was UOR I’d be having some strong meetings about them and with them.
not gonna lie... I’m just not feeling it. And I love Mario. I don’t know what it is, but the aesthetic doesn’t do it for me, at least in concept.
oh interesting! So they made some drastic changes from opening to what we knew the ride as.
I don’t know much on the history of jaws at opening. Why did it have such issues? Wasn’t it just a boat on a track?
It sounds amazing to me, and honestly I don't know if we've had anything this thorough in terms of experience where the line fades away once you...
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