It is not a chance that I would take personally, but you could certainly ask a doctor that question and get a more direct answer probably. I went to Universal Studios when I was 8 months pregnant. I didn't show much and went on almost all the rides. I asked my doctor ahead of time and she said most of the caution is because the rides that make you cautious. I'm pregnant again and have gone to a couple amusement parks and ridden non-violent rides. Use good judgement, if the ride is extremely violent, shakes you around, I'd stay off. Something like a flume, or a carousel...I'd enjoy.
If they are 48" their admission would be $34.99 If they are 2 and under they get in for FREE
A family would want to visit Six Flags Magic Mountain for many reasons. The park is a non-smoking area so clean air is guaranteed, there are a wide variety of rides for families to enjoy, and even activities that families can do together at the park.
If you mean Six Flags Magic Mountain, I would go to their official website. They have everything from maps to prices for kids and adults. Most importantly, they have directions.
about 5%. very little. but if so, it would probobly be built where deja vu used to be.
They all have 16 roller coasters/thrill rides at each park Six flags magic mountain is one of like 15 SF parks! If you add all the parks together it would be about 35-45 or so.
No. Well, you could try, and you might get away with it, but if you're caught, you'd be thrown out (at the very least) and the pass would probably be confiscated.
I guess if they stayed in Bugs Bunny World, All the rides are pretty much thrill rides( besides the water ones like the river and log flume)
About 800 mph. It breaks the sound barrier!!!! <><><> Top speed is 85 mph, which is very fast for a coaster. 800 mph in a coaster would be deadly to anyone near it.
The "Magic Kingdom" park.
Why would you say in japan? not even close. Both the 1st and 2nd and 3rd highest are in the USA. 1 Kingda Ka, Six Flags Geat Adventure, Jackson new jersey 2 Top Thrill dragster, Cedar Point, Sandusky Ohio 3 Superman: The escape, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia California
It is for family and BIG thrill seekers. But for more info go to the link below:http://www.sixflags.com/magicMountain/index.aspxAlso everywhere you looked you would see fat Mexican people making out and groaning. My children were quite disturbed.
3 Thunder Mountain Space Mountain Splash Mountain (all in Magic Kingdom) -you may argue that Expedition Everest is also a mountain, but it does not have mountain in the name-then there would be 4 mountains (in Animal Kingdom)
It would be wise to avoid the most extreme rides and experiences. Take it easy.
I enjoy Darien Lake in New York, But I would think that Six Flags Magic Mountain is bigger and better. I also like Disney World because it is also big so i would go to ether of those places.! ;) There are many great amusement parks in the US. Six flags is for older kids and Dorney Park is pretty neat. But the best amusement park in the US is Hershey Park. Hope this helps!
It would really depend on how far along you are. Get into your DR. ASAP. they will have the best answers for you.
A 16th note has two flags.
obviously money$$ a camera would be nice. to take pictures of your experience at six flags other things you might wanna take comfortable shoes comfortable clothes a hat(if going during summer-it gets REALLY hot) just dont take ALOT of stuff..like make up and hair brush.......you dnt wanna be carrying stuff around all day..
There are 17 Six Flags theme parks. I will list their names and then their respective locations for you: Six Flags Over Texas (Arlington, Texas), Six Flags Over Georgia (Austell, Georgia), Six Flags St. Louis (Eureka, Missouri), Six Flags Great Adventure (Jackson, New Jersey), Six Flags Magic Mountain (Valencia, California), Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (Also located in Valencia, California), Six Flags Great America (Gurnee, Illinois), Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (Like the Californian one, except in Arlington, Texas), Six Flags Fiesta Texas (San Antonio, Texas), Six Flags America (Largo, Maryland), Six Flags Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom (Queensbury, New York), Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (Vallejo, California), Six Flags New England (Agawam, Massachusetts), Six Flags White Water (Marietta, Georgia), Six Flags Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico), Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (Like the Californian and Texan one, except in Jackson, New Jersey), and Six Flags La Ronde (Montreal, Quebec). In terms of getting there, pick one that you would like to go to, and go to MapQuest.com. Once you're at the MapQuest website, enter your location in the "Start" box, and enter the location of your preferred park in the end box. MapQuest will give you directions to the park of your choice. Once you get them, print them out, and take them with you when you drive to the park you'll be visiting. Have fun!
No. 196 divided by 8 is 24.5. You would have to have 198 or 194 flags.
When St Georges day arrives in the United Kingdom nearly every shop has displays made from flags. Several high street stores sell flags at this time and these would be flags for cars, flags for waving and flags for hanging.
Six Flags is a name, hence, it would be a proper noun, so yes.
same way you would get two flags. steal them from other trainers.
Depends on the size of the flags.
Which Six Flags park?The biggest drop of a roller coaster at any Six Flags park would be on Kingda Ka, located at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey.