Alexander: Hello again, peeps!
The shortest update of our Europe visit is Attractiepark Slagharen. We only spent an hour and a half at this little park (the rest of the day was spent at Movie Park Germany), but what a gem this place is! Continue reading “Slagharen”
Alexander: Hey peeps!
It’s been a minute since we’ve paid a visit to one of our favorite indoor theme parks, Nickelodeon Universe. There’s been some big changes, so we thought we’d clue everyone in on what’s new!
Continue reading “Nickelodeon Universe Update: Jimmy Neutron GONE!”
Sean: While we release our Europe reports, we would also like to sprinkle in some Californian updates of course! One of this week’s updates takes us to Six Flags Magic Mountain where Boardwalk construction is in full swing and Hurricane Harbor sees more improvements. That and more exciting news in this update. Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – April 24th”
Sean: One of Europe’s best known theme-parks is the Efteling, which opened as a nature driven park in 1935 and then was launched as a fairy-tale forest in 1952. Now, 66 years later it is one of the most infamous attractions in The Netherlands with some of the world’s best rides! Let’s see what makes Efteling so incredibly unique… Continue reading “Distinctly Dutch, Authentically Efteling”
Alexander: What’s shakin, peeps? Who’s ready for the drug trip of a lifetime??
Today we’re at Walibi Holland to score some serotonin; there’s no better place than this, the greater Amsterdam area’s primary regional park, to scrounge up goods of this nature. Walibi is ready for us, but are you? Continue reading “Lowkey Wannabe @ Walibi”
Alexander: Ok guys, who here has heard of De Waarbeek?
No worries, peeps! De Waarbeek isn’t one I’ve heard of much of either, but boy were we in for a treat when we decided to fit this little park into our itinerary.
Continue reading “De Waarbeek: Home of the World’s Oldest Steel Coaster”
Sean: We have traveled to quite a few parks around the world and we got the conclusion that we like Phantasialand the best. Not only is this park a thematic wonder world, it is a heaven for coaster enthusiasts too. The park is home to (arguably) the best Inverted Coaster, Multi-Launch Coaster, Spinning Coaster and Mine Train, while offering some of the best themed-settings this world has ever seen. Continue reading “Phantasialand: Disney, but Better”
Alexander: Who’s ready for some themed-area nirvana?
Phantasialand in Brühl, Germany is famous for its detailed environs, top-notch entertainment, and unparalleled collection of roller coasters. In 2016, however, Phantasialand’s already stellar status pierced the stratosphere with the unveiling of their magnum opus: a basalt-laiden norse wonderland called “Klugheim.”
Continue reading “Klugheim: Phantasialand’s Game of Thrones”
Alexander: Hello peeps! We’re back from our whirlwind tour of Europe to bring you a quick Six Flags Magic Mountain update before we dive into our first Euro-park feature, the exquisite Phantasialand in Western Germany.
Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – April 12, 2018”
McLaren: An elixir of Spring break mixed with salt was in the air in Santa Cruz last week as I headed to my favorite seaside amusement park, the Beach boardwalk. The weather was absolutely gorgeous as it was clear, about 65 degrees, and with a slight breeze. Continue reading “Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Report – April 2018”
For the first time ever, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Singapore are partnering with Netflix to bring “Stranger Things” to life at this year’s “Halloween Horror Nights” events. Fans of the series will get the chance to brave the Upside Down and confront the supernatural as each park debuts all-new mazes inspired by season one of the critically-acclaimed series. Continue reading “Stranger Things Coming to Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights”
Byron: We were invited by California’s Great America to come experience the all-new Backyard Bands and BBQ event this past weekend, and it was an absolute delight. From delicious food to live music, the event provides a unique and relaxing atmosphere that we hope to see return in the future. Below we’ll detail what specifically we liked about it and how it fits into the new identity this park is creating for itself. Continue reading “Backyard Bands and BBQ at California’s Great America”
Alexander: It’s a busy weekend over at Six Flags Magic Mountain! Easter is upon us, and the Vernal Equinox isn’t far off. People are ready for warm weather and great coasters! As always, plenty of activity is taking place at Magic Mountain.
Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – March 31, 2018”