Minggu, 18 Oktober 2009

7 Point Check List For Having an Excellent Water Park Experience By Dave Wilkes

7 Point Check List For Having an Excellent Water Park Experience
By Dave Wilkes
There's nothing much worse than going to a waterpark, paying the entrance fee and then being disappointed with the whole thing. Much better to check out a few details first and then decide if the visit warrants your time and your money. This seven point checklist will help you consider whether or not your chosen Water Park fits in with your requirements......

1. Is it easy to get to? If you have to spend a lot of time travelling to get there, and then having to travel back home again, a lot of fun can be taken out of the day - especially if there are younger children in your group. Many water parks will provide directions for getting to them and so it may be worth checking those out before making your final decision on where to go.

2. Is it safe to explore once you are there? Even though water parks are required to have lifeguards on patrol, having monitors at the start and end of each ride does it even better. That way no-one sets off on a ride before the previous person has vacated the landing area. Much safer!

3. Will there be someone on hand if there is an accident? Is there a medical centre with qualified staff on hand to cater for and help with any nasty accident, over exposure to sun or even the result of eating too much?

4. Is it expensive? Once the entrance fees have been paid, the only things you should have to pay extra for is food and drink, and maybe a sunlounger if you want to use one.

5. Are there activities suitable for the ages in your group? Many of the activities in a water park can be divided into three groups - Exciting for the dare devils; Easy and enjoyable for those who just want a pleasurable time; and Easy and safe for toddlers and young children. The different rides should be clearly categorised so that everyone in your group will be able to enjoy their day without any upsets.

6. Will everyone's eating and drinking needs be catered for? Picnics, snacks or even full blown meals could be the order of the day. But maybe you won't know what you "fancy" until you get there. Is there a good choice of food outlets to cater for the tastes of your group?

7. Is there plenty car parking and is it free? No point in having to walk from the back end of a huge parking lot before your enjoyment starts. Or having to pay through the teeth for the privilege of parking there either. Ideally, you would be looking for a free, conveniently placed and secure car park.

Use this check list to see if the water park you are considering will give you the day to your dreams..... and have a happy day.
Getting the right information about a holiday destination can help transform a "holiday break" into a genuine magical experience. We have searched out the most important things to look for when considering a vacation. To help you make the most of your next holiday go to http://www.bed-and-breakfast-granada.com/Granada-information.html

Dave has been running a highly successful guest house near Granada for several years with his wife Babs. His website is a mine of information for anyone wanting to get the best out of their time in this wonderful city.

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