On a cool, but getting colder October night we all decided it would be fun to go to the Pleasure Beach at Blackpool. We caught the bus as we had on other occations and made our way to the tram at Starr gate. After a short trip on the tram and a pit stop at the central pier we crossed the road by the thunderbird 3 that my son likes. After a few photos of thunderbird three and my son we decided to go into the pleasure beach. One tip make sure you have lots of money as each ride is not cheap. It was very busy but we still walked through the doors. Our ears were blasted with the sound of loud music. This of course is not a problem for a metaller but this was a mixture of music, screams, and machinary. The pleasure beach boasts the largest rollercoaster in the UK, The Pepsi Max. This only costs £8. So that is eight pounds to scare you silly. Not really my idea of a good time. I did enjoy watching the other pepole scream their heads off at being scared. There was lots to see and do and many photos were taken. As the weather got a lot colder we decided it would be nicer to return home and warm oursleves up with a warming drink, not tea or coffee. Enjoy the photos.
Blackpool Restaurants, Cafes & Food review
Another good place to eat. On the seafront at ST. Anne's. The cafe was once a train carriage. But has now been converted to a place to eat. The prices… read entire review