Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Another day at LEGOLAND (Billund)

Got another great day at LEGOLAND.
I'd like to highlight the experience of yesterday at 'Power Builders' entertainment.

It is a pavilion with 5+5 robot arms, in which of them 2 persons can seat and experience a great shake...

Everything starts standing in front of a computer, where you can select the speed of the movements in a scale from 1 to 5 an then choose a sequence of 6 movements, from a list of 14.
With all these, you can combine from a smooth experience to a really stressing one!

So, you get involved by the 'Technic' and get immersed into an amazing and a few G experience (I believe).

I've chosen for some "interesting" movements and also a speed of 3. Well... it was not the enough to make me vomit the breakfeast! ;-)

After all, I took a ride into the park 'X-Treme Racers' roller coaster. It looks like you took to ride an 8466.


And it's all about, TECHNIC...

2 comments:

AVCampos said...

Oh darn... too bad the breakfast was stronger than the ride! ;)

Anyway, those must have been some great moments there. I haven't lost hope of one day hopping there for a vist!

César Alves said...

When I went there I put the power level on 5 and chose the hardest maneuvers. Unfortunately my dad forgot to film it XD.

No food came out of my mouth luckily, but I almost forgot to remove my glasses before the ride started.

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