When it comes to the subject of theme parks, it must be understood that not all theme parks are created equal. Also, not all theme parks fit the tastes and sentiments of the entirety of the populace. In other words, some theme parks will appeal to certain people while other theme parks will appeal to different people. This is not a big deal unless an individual doesn’t find out that a certain theme park is not for him until AFTER he has landed in the park itself. This, of course, is not the best situation to find oneself. After all, who wants to go on a vacation and end up not liking the destination?
This leads to a very important question: how does one know which theme parks are the best place to visit and which ones are the parks to avoid? At one time, to answer such a question was limited to querying those personal friends or colleagues who may have personal experience with a specific park. Today, things are much simpler as one could “pull up” an online review of a particular theme park make a decision as to which park would be the best park to visit based on available information.
Of course, not all reviews are created equal and on needs to base a decision as to whether or not to pay attention to reviews of theme parks based upon a credible and detailed review. That is to say, it would not be beneficial to pay attention to brief reviews that center primarily on “liking” or “disliking” the vacation. Instead, look for detailed reviews that provide a clear chronicle of what was positive or negative about the theme park vacation. From such a detailed review, an educated decision can be made on the destination. This will save much time, expense and heartache and will make a theme park vacation a success. What more could one ask for?