Our favourite theme park in the world part 2

Dad and I hope that you enjoyed reading part 1 of our review of Six Flags Great Adventure, our favourite theme park in the world, where we gave you some general tips about the park and shared our favourite roller coasters in the park

In this part, we’ll talk about some of the more family friendly rides and other attractions. The first topic is queueing. As with any theme park, it’s key to arrive early as often, in the first one or two hours, the park is relatively empty and you can get onto a lot of rides. If you’re here in the summer and staying close to the park, I would advise coming back in the evening when the park has emptied a lot of families with kids. Another trick is to eat at lunchtime when other people are in restaurants Continue reading

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Our favourite theme park in the world part 1

Carrying on our travel reviews in New Jersey, dad and I would like to share our favourite theme park in the world. We especially love riding roller coasters and are air time junkies, air time being that falling feeling you get when something drops rapidly. We can therefore be found at the back of roller coasters, where the connoisseurs and air time junkies can be found – the front seats are for the tourists! At the back, you get the best falling feeling as the cars will be accelerating the fastest down the drops

Of course, I’m not strictly allowed on roller coasters as I could be classed as a loose item but dad has snuck me on a few. He tucks me into the front of his jacket and does it up really securely so that I can’t fall out but my head is sticking out so that I can see

So, which is our favourite theme park in the world? Continue reading