Phantasialand Travel Guide - Transportation, Accommodation & Top Tips!
Phantasialand Travel Guide – Transportation, Accommodation & Top Tips!
Welcome to the Theme Park Worldwide Travel Guide! In this Episode I’ll be sharing information about how to plan a trip to Phantasialand in Germany.
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Niki: Going on a road trip with the kids.
Niki: All scooped up into this sardin can of a VW bus and Nelson really wants the front seat.
Niki: James is desperately trying to balance both Bruno and Andrea on his lap.
Niki: The ONLY place Elio wants to go to is Pantasialand.
Niki: Nigel's eating chips and is getting the crumps everywhere.
Niki: René and Alain are screaming at each other- *screaming, he truns around * Scratch that, they're beating each other over who's allowed to have the front seat on the ride back.
Niki: Patrick and Jacques are bouncing around the trunk.
Niki: Like usuall I'm eating cashews while driving. Seeing that René and Alain stopped beating each other, wanting some too. And then they became upset because the cashews didn't taste the way they expected.
Niki: Elio started crying because we drove past Phantasialand.
Niki: Now Patrick's also crying because he bumped his head. *Niki asking himself why James is coming along when he's doing nothing *
Niki: Luckily Nelson fell asleep.
Niki: *questioning glance to James because he hasn't heard Didier and Gilles at all *
James: *just grins *
Finally, they get to their destination and, while getting all the kids out of the bus, Niki realizes that Didier and Gilles fell asleep on the same seat. Not gonna lie, they kinda look like two kittens.
Elio finally calmed down about not having gone to Phantasialand because he realized that they actually went to Disneyland.
But for some odd reason Niki got stuck carrying around a sleeping Nelson on his back all day.
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Phantasialand Colorado Adventure - The Michael Jackson Thrill Ride
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It’s interesting how ride restrictions are phrased in different countries. Like in Sweden we usually have “Minimum height: x. Maximum height: y. Minimum age: a” but I just saw a sign from Phantasialand, Germany which essentially had one section for people who aren’t allowed to ride then one saying certain people could only ride with another rider and then one for who could ride alone. Like it was overly detailed to me and was written as full sentences.
DAY 16 - LETTER P
I was always fascinated by magic, witches and ghosts from early on but I’m not sure where that interest came from. It was just there, somehow.
I’ve never really went on a private ghost hunt though. Until watching Ghost Adventures, I wasn’t even aware people did that in their free time, which I find awesome. In the US people seem to be more aware and accepting of the paranormal. Where I come from people would look at you crazy if you even mention anything remotely unexplained or spiritual.
I never had any paranormal experiences, at least nothing definitive. Just a few strange occurrences and picking up things that made me wonder. My mom is a very spiritual person and she told me that my great-grandmother was a dark with and that she did stuff to hurt people, hurt us. In fact, my mom believes we we’re cursed by her in some way. We didn’t have an easy life for sure, so you never know.
2/ Phantasialand (Germany)
This was my favorite theme park when I was little. I think I went multiple times before even being 10. I loved the different themed areas and being transported into another world. I still love theme parks so much. I could be there all day every day. Not necessarily for the rides but more for the theming and the atmosphere.
3/ Pecan Pie
I usually don’t like super sweet desserts but this one is just so delicious. Probably because I like pecans.
I’ve always been into visual arts and I love looking at photos other’s take. I do love taking them myself too but I’ve never owned a professional camera. I just could never commit to buying one.
5/ Practical Magic
I find this movie really sweet and entertaining. I’ve always loved movies about witches but this one is just such a good watch.
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I prefer salty and sweet mixed together, it’s the perfect combo. I do love some sweet popcorn too though. I only started asking for them to mix both in France at the end before we moved. I learned that in Ireland they only have salty popcorn and although I love savory things, it’s just way too salty which is why I like to mix both. It seemed like in the US they weren’t selling fresh made sweet popcorn at the movie’s either. But maybe that depends on the state. Let me know if I’m wrong. Maybe I’m just weird for liking sweet popcorn 😂
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The 7 World Records Of Phantasialand In Germany
Taron is the fastest Multi-Launch-Coaster in the world.
Taron is the longest Multi-Launch-Coaster of its kind in the world.
Taron has the strongest catapult launch in the world.
over the course of the ride, the rails cross each other an unparalleled 116 times at 58 intersections, the highest number for a Multi-Launch-Coaster.
Raik is the fastest boomerang in the world.
Raik is the longest boomerang in the world.
Chiapas, the log flume ride, has the world's steepest decent. (in the Mexican part)
Up to 2016 a rollercoaster in the USA was the fastest and the longest Multi-Launch-Coaster of this kind, at 1360 metres long and reaching speeds of almost 113 kilometres per hour. The Phantasialand attraction exceeds these figures