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  1. Some positive news from Disney, Park Hopping is returning January 1, 2021. https://wdwnt.com/2020/11/breaking-park-hopping-returns-to-walt-disney-world-on-january-1-2021/
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  2. The Beast experience this year was not good for me. Assigned seating and only two non wheel rows. But a bad ride on The Beast is better than a good ride on Invertigo. I ended up riding Adventure Express more than The Beast this year. This comment is going in for posterity during a global pandemic--I'm grateful I got to experience KI 4 times this summer.
    1 point
  3. We did near the front on the red side. Non wheel seat and the middle on the blue side non wheel seat
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  4. Found this old video about something KIC used to do years ago called KIC Survivor. Anyone here remember it? I'm interested in that.
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  5. Personally, there's a few out there that I think every enthusiast should go to: 1. Cedar Point, America's True Roller Coast: Just in general, this park is a living, breathing, coaster museum with a ton of historic feats and attractions being housed there. Plus, it has some of the best coasters in the nation, you simply can't beat a line up with Steel Vengeance, Millennium Force, and Maverick. Plus, it has arguably one of the best beaches, primarily because of the views of the coasters behind you. 2. Knoebels/Lakemont Park: I'm going to lump both of these parks together due to the pr
    1 point
  6. We put this info into its own thread so we can keep up with updates during the off season and discuss its progress. It is exciting to see additional work done on The Racer! Here is a pic on IG we reposted by KI. https://www.instagram.com/p/CHwOq2ohj4a/?igshid=553y8xe2gvzm
    1 point
  7. I am curious if SeaWorld would be interested in converting this park into a Sesame Place.
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  8. With an original opening date of April 11th, everyone was excited and on the edge of their seats to experience the biggest investment in park history with the unveiling of Orion. As we got closer and closer to that opening day, the more likely that anticipated day was not going to come. Obviously we know that Kings Island did not choose to just be open for just 65 days. Kings Island and parent company Cedar Fair was put in a position that no entrainment company (or any for that mater) has dealt with in our lifetimes. With the weigh of the pandemic, CF management had to figure out how to best
    1 point
  9. Very good post, @IndyGuy4KI! You managed to summarize the season, yet place emotion into your writing. Thank you!
    1 point
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