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Continuing past the upper Funicular Shuttle station we arrive at the extreme north end of the park. In this area VIP Robert Waterman is accommodating our guests by offering handshakes and obliging with autographs.






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The entertainer behind Bob is attempting to get in on the act by pretend boxing with our VIP.






The entrance to our Woodie is near by. Our track designers have come up with a hybrid wooden track with steel supports which features an anti-gravity car in a breathtakingly futuristic design.






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Guests swan around this track on Woodie which is an uncomplicated ride that’s thirty seconds in length. This three-hundred meter long track drops from the station and then turns through three helixes after which the cars quickly ascend in a return to station level.






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Guests and staff have told us that they like how this coaster combines a sleek, modern car design with the look of a traditional woodie without the accompanying forest of wooden supports. Many have commented on the novel experience of riding a coaster that gives a completely smooth ride and produces no noise of its own.






Along the Upper Path nearer the upper elevator bank exits is the entrance to Turbo Bikes. On this track is one train that carries over twenty passengers.






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These booster bikes are catapulted from the station at nearly a hundred kilometers per hour over a short stretch directly up into a thirty meter half loop immediately followed by a fifty meter drop.






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Let’s continue eastwards along the Upper Path …






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… at the end of which we may enjoy a walk down the Main Staircase and complete our tour. The top of the Main Staircase represents the east access point to the Upper Path.






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Near the middle of the Main Staircase our Drinks Island is near by. Traffic is limited to travel in one direction by this rest stop which offers coffee and cold drinks for guest enjoyment. One-way entry into this area is off the main staircase as seen in the next image. Guest movement in a single direction through The Promenade helps make enjoying a drink and a walk along this promenade a more relaxing experience.






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Drinks Island was built here so that guests could have an opportunity to enjoy refreshment along with a rest. This island wasn’t expected to be a huge earner but, just like our East Mini Food Court, it was enjoyed by enough guests and made enough money for the park to justify its being built.






Drinks Island is also accessible by guests exiting any of the elevators in the Lower Bank.






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This one-way direction of guest traffic ends further west where the path from the park entrance meets up with The Promenade.