Saturday 25th May 2019
Day two saw us visiting the biggest park of the trip, Energylandia
We had a group photo beside the Energylandia sign ... which would have been fine, if it wasn't also a bog!
The day started with an hour long ERS on Hyperion
Hyperion is currently the largest coaster at Energylandia
The ride was definitely a hit with most of the group
Formula, a new generation Vekoma Space Warp coaster, was surprisingly good
Setting off for a ride on Formula
ClubZ get ready to take on Dragon Roller Coaster
Cakes and doughnuts at Energylandia were superb!
Energylandia are currently building Zadra, a hybrid coaster from RMC which will open next year
Jungle Adventure is the better of the two rapids but still not amazing (yes, two rapids ... more on that later!)
Energylandia's locker system works well: For 5 PLN (about £1) you get an all day wristband which you scan at each set of lockers. This automatically opens a locker for you, then at the end of the ride you re-scan your wristband (often from the other side of the bank of lockers) and the door will reopen. The wristband works for all lockers in the park. Annoyingly, you have to remember roughly what number locker is yours, as the barcode scanners will only open lockers near to them, which I guess is good for security.
We had lunch in the Royal Restaurant ... so much better than most theme park food!
Atlantis was Energylandia's first rapids ride - it's pretty terrible for a major water ride so following the opening of Jungle Adventure, this one has been delegated to family-friendly status
Boomerang, the park's Vekoma Family Boomerang, had some nice theming
Security by Segway!
The Prince of Magic show was disappointing - there were too many mistakes to make the illusions believable
The stunt show had some fiery moments!
This little kid stole the show
After a busy day at the park, we went out to dinner at this fantastic restaurant in Oswiecim
Cocktail? Don't mind if I do!
More fabulous food
Oswiecim after dark