To put a different spin on things; I know that a theater isn't what most people think of first, but I believe this could be their chance to have one at least on par with the Moroccan Palace Theatre at Busch Gardens Tampa. The Moroccan Palace Theatre is lush and huge, and even has some Spanish influence in its architecture.Thomas said:We get a new hamlet and all you want is live entertainment?
If this is indeed part of a new hamlet, I'm not surprised that the height waiver is the first thing we are seeing. The design of the hamlet probably hinges on the approval of this height waiver, we wouldn't see permits or anything for the construction of the hamlet until much closer to the project, all hinging on the approval of of the height waiver. This is all assuming the project includes the addition of Spain.Bring Back Questor 87 said:Gently tooting my prediction horn as I did with Tempesto and InvadR from early clues the park gave months before announcements, I will say this one befuddles me...
Spain would require many new permits, so keep an eye out for more filings related to basic permits, water, sewer, etc - more mundane things to support the basic infrastructure of a new hamlet. The park would likely not file for a height permit for an attraction before basic permits for facilities accommodating human capacities. Perhaps this is just the start, albeit out of a typical, logical order, but interesting nonetheless.
This leads me to think it's an isolated "ride" and not (yet) a Spain order.
Reminder that Walter Bolliger & Claude Mabillard have been quite lonely after receiving nary a phone call from Busch since 2007. That being said, I sense it may be time Busch needed their help as Wingmen - pun intended and emphasized. XD
2018 will be Ireland's turn with VR. This permit is for 2019 happenings I'm sure we will like.
Here's my personal, baseless theory for why you may not be far off on the Polar Coaster idea if there are any roots to such a concept:Nicole said:Just to add to the growing collection of baseless theories: polercoaster.