I am a roller coaster enthusiast, and I have to say, Six Flags Marine world just is not that special. Medusa, their main attraction, is a great B&M, but its lacking in the forces department. Kong, a Vekoma SLC, is one of the worst roller coasters I have ever been on. It is the roughest and slowest SLC I have ridden in my life. Boomerang: Coast to Coaster, their Vekoma Boomerang, is just like all the other 150 Boomerangs in the world, rough and boring. Zonga, their "newest" roller coaster, which actually was relocated from Six Flags Astroworld, which was relocated from the fair circut in germany, is the best example ive ever seen of an amazing roller coaster ruined by the general public's fears of being hurt on a ride. This ride used to only have lapbars, and had about a 10 foot longer drop, but six flags decided to change it, so the G forces would be lowered, and people would feel safer. Vertical Velocity, a launched impulse coaster from Intamin, is one of the parks high points. I love the launch, although there are much better launched out there, and the fact the the modified version allows you to stall upside down if you sit in the 3rd or 4th row really brings its rating up in my eyes. There are some bad things about this coaster though, like the fact that the holding brake on the back spike prtetty much never works anymore, and when they modified it, they also cut 35 feet off of it because it was over the cities 150 foot height limit. Roar, a woodie from GCI, is the other of the parks high points. Great airtime in the back row, and not rough at all. The only thing is that the Millennium Flyer trains lap bars go down all as far as possible, so the only way to get the great airtime from it is to hold the lap bar up, which can be a hassle. Overall, the park is ok, nothing special. In the same area, I would really reccomend Paramounts Great America over this Marine World, simply because their coasters are much better quality, with the exception of Grizzly.
PROS: Vertical Velocity, Roar
CONS: Kong, Zonga
This store has everything I need. One of the best selctions of music ive ever seen, tons of games, and hundreds upon hundreds of movies to choose from. They actually carry a majority of rock music, which is rare for most stores ive seen *coughFYEcough*. I bought a disc scrach repairkit from them a while ago, so I could fix one of my PS2 games. I used the repairkit on the disc, and it made it a lot worse. It didnt fix anything, and actually added more scratches. I brought both the disc repairer and my game back to them, and they refunded the money for the repairkit AND replaced the game, for free. That is great service.
First off, I dont even drink, and I love this store. They have a great selection of non-alcoholic drinks, inculding faygo, which you cant find anywhere else around here, love potion #69, brainwash, and many more. The only thing I wish they would carry is faygo, but in plasic bottles.
PROS: Great selction of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
CONS: No faygo in plasic bottles.
I used to shop here every week for hair gel (I have 3 inch liberty spkes), and I spent upwards of $15 just for a weeks worth of gel. You may be saying "well, you must use a lot anyway, since you liberty spike your hair". That would be true, but there are stores around this same area that I can get double the ammount of hair gel for the same price. Their hairspray is really overpriced also, as well as their hair dye. I used to dye my hair with their hair dye, and it always started fading after a week or so.
Zorbas Pizza makes some of the best pizza around. They use the freshest ingredients, and their pizza always tastes good, espically their thick crust. They are reasonably priced, but worth every cent.