Sunday 26th May 2019
Seeing as it was party day, our group photo involved firing (officially sanctioned!) party cannons outside the park's main entrance
Oh, and it was also t-shirt day!
The park has a set of Flying Machines similar to those at Blackpool
We took a ride on Bazyliszek, Legendia's impressive new dark ride
The ride has recently been given a retheme and a lick of paint. It's quite ... pink.
We had a group lunch in the Oberża Lecha restaurant
Three courses - delicious!
Legendia are currently building a rapids ride that is due to open next year
Riding Diabelska Pętla, Legendia's Soquet double looper that has previously spent time at American Adventure and Lightwater Valley
With plenty of time to spare, we took a rowing boat out onto the lake
The boat offered a great vantage point to get some nice photos of Lech
Ben managed to row us straight into the reeds
T-shirt day made people easy to spot!
The mess we made!
The park is primarily a miniature railway attraction
There are a few quite rundown looking rides
The main attraction for us though was the park's Dragon rollercoaster
Unfortunately it broke down almost as soon as we arrived
Luckily they were able to fix it!
There's something great about watching eighty excited grown-ups riding a kiddie coaster
But compared to a usual kiddie Dragon coaster, this one was huge
Definitely a memorable part of the trip!
After a drive through the Polish countryside, we arrived at our final destination of the day ...
... the Party in Poland Official Party Venue, Karczma Młynówka
We had a private room on the restaurant's first floor
We had traditional Polish live music
It was a great evening filled with fun, food, friends ... and more than a little dancing!