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Busch Gardens Europe Review

Posted on June 26, 2009 in Reviews by

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Busch Gardens Europe is a beautiful park that, with the addition of the Sesame Street kids area, is really a place for all ages. It had great services and the staff was very friendly. They also tried to get you on the ride as fast as possible, while of course still making safety the #1 priority. Without further ado, I give you pictures.

Loch Ness Monster controlling the front of the park

Loch Ness Monster controlling the front of the park

Loch Ness Monster is the first coaster you come to. It’s one of the oldest, but still gives a wild ride.

The Clydesdales of Anheuser Busch

The Clydesdales of Anheuser Busch

After you pass Nessie, the Clydesdale horses come into view. They really are magnificent creatures and make the area really beautiful.

Amazing scenery again

Amazing scenery

One of the things you cant help but notice is the amazing scenery. You can’t go anywhere without seeing the wonderful scenery of Busch Gardens.

Griffon's imposing lift hill

Griffon's imposing lift hill

But Busch does have some amazing rides as well, which include Griffon. Griffon is a menacing B&M Dive Machine that demands the respect of it’s riders.

The BEAUTIFUL atmosphere of Busch Gardens

The BEAUTIFUL atmosphere of Busch Gardens

Like I said earlier, Busch Gardens is truly an amazing and beautiful park. You can spend hours just enjoying the scenery around you.

The Sesame Street area proved to be very popular

The Sesame Street area proved to be very popular

Sesame Street is the new for 09 section of the park and was very popular with families.

Alpengeist's "ski-lift" hill

Alpengeist's "ski-lift" hill

Not to be forgotten, Alpengeist is a B&M inverted coaster that is dubbed as a “ski lift gone bad”.

Big Bad Wolf about to invade it's village

Big Bad Wolf about to invade it's village

In the Germany section of the park, Big Bad Wolf dominates the section and terrorizes the small Bavarian village in which it is situated in.

Apollo climbing it's hill

Apollo climbing it's hill

Apollo’s Chariot, nestled in the back of the park, is one of the only B&M hypers you can miss, if you don’t know how to navigate the park. It is in the back and is hidden from view, unless you’re in the parking lot.

That’s all I have for now. Tell me if you want to know about anything else or if you want pictures of something in particular. Thanks for reading!