Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by kiffa, 28 Nov 2019.
It's gotta be, hasn't it? Surely?
Great pics, looks like a brilliant set up.
It’s class fair play
Just bought myself a nice set of chisels.
It is ok, but it is also basically rinse and repeat. every 100 square meters its the same stuff all over again. I got very angry there last year because I couldn't find the fucking exit.
Looks like the sort of place terrorists would have a field day at. Its a no for me.
You have to go through back checks pat downs and metal detectors
You’d be more at risk in cardiff winter wonderland
I love the totty in London, they are posh, fit and dirty as feck.
He's only there for the day mate, probably back in Cardiff by now.
I live a mile from there looks a crock of shit to me (the festive consumers who end up consumed in the feast).
Back in Cardiff now
Hope this helps
The stalls are all tat no doubt
But it’s a nice atmosphere
Good for boozing and rides as I’ve said. Couple of show things if you wanted to as well
To be honest if I was twelve again drinking in the park in winter would be appealing to me.
Just avoid the place on a weekend, the whole place turns into a constant scrum of people.
Have they got a leave your weapons at the door policy?
I didn't do it.
I went to Cardiff Winter Wonderland yesterday and went on a couple of the rides with my daughter. I like a fairground ride, love a rollercoaster and the first ride was a standard fairground ride, sit in a car that goes round in circles very fast.
The second one was also about going round in circles very fast and it was also the most scary thing I've ever been on. It's called Barrel of Laughs and I certainly wasn't laughing. You stand in this round chamber and when the ride starts the floor rises about a six foot and then starts to spin round, as you get faster the floor drops back down again and you remain pinned to the side of the ride.
It was fucking terrifying, I was totally incapacitated, couldn't move at all and my chest felt like it was going to come out through my back. Every time I tried to move my head to check my daughter was alright I felt like I was going to be sick and I just had to 'lie' there with my eyes shut until the bastard with the switch turned it off again. Eventually when it started to slow down you drop back down to floor level feeling very shaky. My 8 year old loved it. I was traumatised for hours, totally ruined my experience of Frozen 2 which we were killing time waiting for by being there in the first place.
Anyway, if you're in winter wonderland this year why not give it a go, £3 a pop. Not Apop.
Here's a bad video of a similar one I found on youtube.