Sunday, June 29, 2008

Everland Revisited

A few weeks ago, we made another trip to Everland with our friend, Christie.  Oh course, we hit all the Everland highlights that I posted about before, but I thought I would share a few other things with you that the park had to offer.

This is the biggest drop on a wooden roller coaster in the world (I hope I have that statistic right).  Anyway, it is a CRAZY drop, and I went on it!!!  I am not a huge fan of roller coasters at this stage of life (I used to love them), but this one was really fun.
Here's Pat and Christie on this crazy, spin you around and upside down ride...yeah, I just HAD to stay with the baby.  :o)
Christie and Pat at war in the ballroom.  I think Adeline was a little overstimulated in here.

They had a very nice parade.  It would have been nicer if it wasn't quite so loud and was in a language we could understand...but I guess that is being a bit unreasonable.  Although, I find it interesting that almost all the signs in Everland are in English...many without even having the Korean translation.

She's big stuff!
This park is VERY family friendly.  I love these baby rooms.  They have nice changing tables, a water cooler, and rooms with comfy chairs and a curtain for nursing moms (not that I needed that room, but still...really nice).
The rose festival for the season was beautiful.  There really is a lot of variety at this park.

and we're done!  Adeline just decided to fall asleep in her chair like this for about an hour and a half...perfect for us to take turns riding that huge coaster.
Stay tuned tomorrow for Germany pictures...I just couldn't disappoint you after the popularity of this post.


Christie said...

Germany pictures? Huh?

Momma Roar said...

Cute picture yesterday!

So, you took your friend along to help change diapers? ;-)

Oh, those roller coasters, couldn't do them anymore. Hey, I think we're gonna try to go to Knoebel's real soon!

Dave and Jenni said...

Looks like a great day! That ride reminds me of a smaller version at Cedar Point that I used to love riding.

Just Mom said...

I am not a fan of roller coasters. Never have been. Don't ask.

Kristen said...

What a fun day! I would have LOVED that roller coaster. The twisty upside down ride, yeah I would have had to stay with the baby too.

Alana said...

I'm with you on roller coasters...I think giving birth does something that messes that up. I still enjoy them occasionally, but not like I used to! Looks like a terrific day!

Gotta GROW with it said...

what a cute family pic! roller coasters are NOT on my list of fun though.

John and Amanda said...

I'vce heard the same statistic on that coaster. Proud of you for riding it! :) Oh, and the "small world" ride cracked me up when we went a few weeks ago. Love the Germany Pics as well!

Darlene R. said...

Oh, I figured out that I can't do roller coaster as well as I used to! It's so sad for me. :(

My kids loved the ball room at Six Flags. We had to go in there three different times!