On Fri, 28 Dec 2012 08:46:13 -0500, "Alan Conceicao"
>>>Wonder Rakutenchi isnt all that much of a park. But what it lacks in
>rides, it makes up for in location. Its built on the side of a mountain,
>much like Tibidabo park in Barcelona, Spain, although there arent
>elevators between levels. The rides are more built along the winding paths.
>To get to the park, you have to take a funicular, which offers nice views
>of the surrounding city and countryside, as does the park itself. For
>rides, they have a medium sized Jet Coaster, which is nice, but nothing
>special (other than the views), a Haunted House walkthrough, Jungle Safari
>(a shooting dark ride, where you shoot animals!) and a few other small
>rides. The park is probably most known for its double Ferris wheel, which
>presumably gives great views. It had the longest wait in the park, and
>since time was a bit tight, I didnt ride it. <<
>Does it still have the weird golf cart ride? I remember seeing that in video
>form a few years ago.
>Hope to see more TRs in the future.
You know, I'm not 100% sure. Remember that this was 4 months ago, and the
10th of 63 parks I went to! So, some of the details blur together. In
fact, I'm not 100% sure that I rode the mouse at Seoul Land park a few days
after this. I have literally no memory of it whatsoever, though I doubt
I'd have missed it. But it's possible that in my haste to get through the
park, I completely forgot to ride it. Which leads to the obvious question.
Do I put it on my list?
As for the golf carts, I think I saw them. If they are where I think they
are, they were kind of out of the way from most of the other things I
wanted to do. And on the map and from a distance I think they looked more
like antique cars, so I probably didn't investigate further. I'll have to
look through the rest of my pictures of the day (I took a LOT of pictures.
I'm posting less then 10% of them to the TPR trip reports!) and see if the
ride is there in any of them.
"With the first link, a chain is forged. The first speech censured,
the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us
all irrevocably." -Capt. Jean-Luc Picard
"The Drumhead", _Star Trek: The Next Generation_