Discussion in 'EuropaStreet Discussion' started by venny, 11th Jan 2020.
I am now wondering what percentage of your posts are that (don't take that badly)
Probably quite a high percentage, to be fair! But I’m only trying to be polite!
So, not only are the park selling their own specialist beers, wines and spirits but they're now selling cocktail bottles. I'm very interested in seeing the alcohol content per bottle, once more information is released.
American Style Long Island Iced Tea or I'm not interested.
alright you blazing alcoholic!
I mean, I'd settle for the EP Spezial (as per my profile picture).
Marx & Mundi (& David) were back in Waldkirch, having a lot of fun in their neXTparknerds episode shared today. I won't spoil the contents but, please note the wonderful photo of Roland in the upper left corner at 20:45!
Thomas Mack has said in an interview the park will most likely be staying open through until January this season. Instead of having the normal short 3 week off season in November.
I know the park have been considering for a couple of years now to just open for weekends November instead of totally closing so its not totally unsurprising. Be interesting to see when they confirm it and will it be full time opening or just weekends.
Today is Europa-Park's 45th anniversary!
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Europa Radio appears to have opened in the French quarter, on the street leading to the Magic Cinema, and radio.europapark.de now redirects to europa.radio. Live broadcasts will take place between 11am - 1pm and 3pm -5pm.
A moment to appreciate the cool Zeppelin shaped lamp in the studio.
Is it available on Sonos Radio or TuneIn?
I dabble in radio, would love to work there
Yup it's on TuneIn, Siri also plays it by asking for Europa-Park radio. Alexa is a bit more awkward and I find you've got to say Europa-Park Radio via TuneIn for it to find it.
I can confirm google works fine too
Surely it's in German isn't it?
Michael Mack has confirmed on twitter that Horror Nights Traumatica has been cancelled for 2020.
There is some English and French, too. Tracks are often international.
Like Disney Village radio, I guess.
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Great stuff, hopefully there's a bit more variety of tracks than Europa-Park Radio, although the occasional "Europa-Park hit" would still be nice to hear!
Didn't feel it was worth a thread until more is known but EP have filed a trademark for the name "MackQuarium".
Curious. Wonder if its an actual aquarium or aquarium themed attraction, and for the park or Rulantica?
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