This looks great but too short. Take themeing on this level and make it a minute or two longer and we'll have a hit.POV of the new Sesame Street dark ride in Singapore.
UOR needs 2-3 rides of this size and thrill level in each of its parks. Really impressed with how well they did here.
This looks great but too short. Take themeing on this level and make it a minute or two longer and we'll have a hit.
Not to mention it's a Fantasyland-style dark ride. Most of them are only between 2-3 minutes in length anyway.Obviously he had to turn the camera off several times so were missing portions of the ride. We are not going to debate that.
I had a room at the Hard Rock, and I don't recall any preferential treatment. I went in late summer, but crowds weren't bad at all. You shouldn't need an express pass.One question I was wondering about USS, do guests staying in the hotels in the Sentosa resort get express passes like they do at the onsite hotels in Orlando. I don't think they do but I couldn't really find any confirmation.
That sucks. Hopefully the crowds aren't bad but the cruise ends on the 29th of December and we will be going home sometime after New Year, so the holiday period. Which is what worries me.I had a room at the Hard Rock, and I don't recall any preferential treatment. I went in late summer, but crowds weren't bad at all. You shouldn't need an express pass.
This is actually to fix the structural problems with the coaster. There have been no reports of flying objects from Singapore. I doubt they'd do it in Orlando, especially since this reduces the capacity by half.Coasterbuzz is reporting The Battle Star Coaster(dueling) is reopen with 2 across seating.
I wonder if this might be something they consider doing in Orlando.
The lines of this coaster( Orlando's ) always seem to Short
I do not know if severely reduced ridership or this is just a people eater .(or both)
I further wonder if the reduced seating leaves room for plexiglass shields or something like that to let it duel.