This makes me cry big, big tears. :(:(
I HATE SeaLife centres. Once you've been to one and walked infuriatingly slowly round the tiny, cramped corridors teeming with other people, seen a fish... then another fish... oh, and look, there's another fish, then you have seen all of them.
I spent all of five minutes in the Chessie one before getting so annoyed/bored, I had to go stand on a little platform on the side and wait for the others to finish looking at all the swimming fish with people constantly barging past - or stationing themselves bang in front of a particular little fish tank and staying there ageees watching the little fish swimming around, so you can't see the little fish swimming around. :x
And also, to me, all it basically is is Merlin putting a huge fat 'Merlin' stamp all over the park. A SeaLife centre has no place at Alton Towers, IMO. I'll go in to see it when it opens and just be like 'oh look, another SeaLife centre. Another reason not to go to one in Birmingham or Newquay or wherever and take my paying family/friends'.
The only good thing about it is that at least the 3D cinema won't sit there unused anymore, but by Jove, this is not what I'd hoped would go in it. :( :( I'm sure 'families in general' will love all the fish, and will be thankful that I have no say what goes in the park. :(:(
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