First day we lost one kid and was a bit worried. Then when we teamed them up together, it worked great. Just have a time and place to check in. We let them go. We tried walkie talkies, but the noise level with the roller coasters, water ride, etc. was too high to be able to do much with walkie talkies, unless other one was listening for you to check in. Worked out very well for a day with the young kids or teenagers.
Also had midway type games and every game had a winner. Saw kids all over, including ours, with bags of stuffed animals. Our grandson had a bunch for his girlfriends back home. No one left without one and at little overall expense. We just gave everyone $3 or $4 and they came back with 3 or 4 animals. That is one place where game of chance is in the player's favor. Adults didn't do so well at the slot machines as they dropped in money as they passed by.
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July 1, 2005
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