Isn't the one at Coney Island supposed to be awfully rough to ride?
As a politician, he is successful. He's consistently fallen upwards after failing at every position he's ever been given.
Fired as a journalist....
Bring. Back. Alton Towers Live.
It's just sad at this point, more than anything else. Just another nail in the coffin.
Why travel to Florida to try out Velocicoaster when we've got some lovely posters in a queue line. :tearsofjoy:
I was a huge Sub Terra defender, and remain to this day. It was crap on opening day, but the V.3(?) that opened a few months later was incredibly...
I'm sure in some Merlin attractions they used to give out a ticket to a random person at the start of the queue with the current time on it, and...
I'll defend a Rustler until my dying days.
Just not at a Theme Park
The only time I pay with cash is when I get the annual £20 off the grandparents at Christmas, and even that stays in the wallet for about six months.
I live in Cheadle, and I second this, you can get a one bedroom flat on the high street for about £300 a month.
Was surprised by Woodcutters myself, went yesterday. The past few years, the food was grim for the price, but I really enjoyed it. Still spent £40...
People stuck inside since January, and they still find things to moan about. You would have thought that coming out of lockdown, they'd give...
Do they though? Really?
Sharkbait Reef's was dumped at one point too, wasn't it? Unless they've brought it back.
Used to creep me out as a kid for some reason.
Premier Inn with a Cadbury logo, but charging three times the price.
If they weren't so garish, they'd be good additions.
Watched The Terror on iPlayer, and thought it was great. If anyone liked Jared Harris' performance in Chernobyl, he puts on a stellar performance...
In that case, false alarm folks. I knew it was bit too good to be true that they might be actually sorting their proverbial out concerning F&B lmao
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