Park is rightly praised for it's theming, and rightly so. In terms of effort
and quality on offer it ranks as one of the best going. The only area in
which it falls slightly short when compared to the likes of Disney is in
terms of scale of themed worlds. I think they've tried to create too many
themed worlds in a small space. The impact of walking through an area themed
as a Swiss village,
with Bobsleigh coaster loses some of it's impact when a minute after
entering the village one side you come out in another themed area on another
side. The area that I think best bucks this trend, and shows what they can
achieve is the Greek area, home of Poseidon.
Poseidon is a
water coaster. It starts with a coaster section, before going down a fast
section of track in to a large lake
creating a huge splash. This one does this twice, with a hill lift after the
first splash taking you up and to the next coaster section.
itself has enough going to create a great fun thrilling ride. When you
factor in this is set in a magnificently themed area, done on a good scale
it really does manage to create an unmissable experience.