Also having returned from a four-year break, where my assertive view of "I'm really not a fan of Efteling" is now more of an "I don't necessarily mind Efteling" opinion. Max & Moritz have a couple of nice interactive elements in the (woeful) queue line whilst the station is wonderful. As Dan mentioned, the exterior layout has taken a massive toll on the greenery of the area that Bob used to benefit from. It needs either more theming, some rockwork tunnels, or for a decent turnaround on tree growth in order to complement the area better. Also, I couldn't help but feel short-changed from the first lap of either coaster (Moritz less so), due to the real lack of feeling like either was doing anything. When the pacing is ramped up in the second lap making both more enjoyable, the feeling of being short-changed is extended more at the end when you feel both laps should have had that pacing to begin with. I feel Efteling were on the right lines with these coasters, but still a considerable amount off the mark they should have been at. Symbolica on the other hand is superb. A proper world-class dark ride with consistently stunning theming inside and out to boot. We managed all three tours over the course of the day with one I recall being slightly better than the rest. The only negative was not being able to see the pre-show in all its glory with the wretched Covid implementations. Python's re-tracking has also made a noticeable difference in the way it rides. Whilst still a tad on the short side, it makes for the perfect multi-generation riding experience that the park has envisioned for all its guests. Here's hoping for the next large investment to be the coaster that Baron should have been in terms of ride experience.