Walt Disney World: 4 Theme Parks, 2 Water Parks, a shopping district, golf courses, 25+ hotels, and much more….including countless places to eat. In my 9 trips to the house of mouse, I’d say I’ve only eaten at 1/10th of the restaurants they have to offer. Probably even less. That said, I still have my favorites. Top 5 favorites to be exact. Let’s kick it off with number 5.
Today we’re reviewing Vertical Velocity, the inverted impulse coaster at Six Flags Great America.
Vertical Velocity was manufactured by Intamin, and was introduced in 2001. The coaster has a height of 185 feet, length of 630 feet, and a top speed of 70 mph.
The ride experience involves launching out of the station, up a twisted spike, flying backwards through the station and up a second spike (straight instead of twisted, and then falling forwards back into the station. This process is repeated a few times, until the train gradually slows to a stop. Continue reading Vertical Velocity Review – Intamin Impulse Coaster at Six Flags Great America
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Magic Mountain – Moments Before Discovery Kingdom is Obliterated
Throughout 2017, I’ve updated this page to include or remove a number of different theme park trips. Most of them revolved around my Spring Break in April, which was already quite a while ago. Therefor, I figured I should update this page to give a rough estimate of what trips might happen for the rest of 2017. Keep in mind: everything is subject to change. I wouldn’t be surprised if more than half these plans change, if not all of them.