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Very long day, and as the tour was on a weekend, we could hardly get on any of the rides as the queues were so long. Driver was friendly enough, but his accent made it VERY difficult to understand him and he really over did the whole tipping request thing. Made us think we would have a different driver home, so we tipped him when he dropped us off at theme park. Magically, he appeared for the pick up, so we had to tip him again.
Magic Mountain is a great theme park and has some of the best roller coasters in the world. But this tour operator was very disorganised and seemed unprepared to allocate a driver to take us to the venue. I was eventually dropped off at Magic Mountain at 11.30am for what was advertised and sold as a whole day at the park. The 6.30pm pick up was also haphazard and I was made to wait for a bus change at Universal Studios carpark. Not very impressed with the tour service or the tour guides.
Park is for older kids; we had younger children, 8 & 10, with us, and a very limited number of rides catered for that age. The park is a must-do for all "coaster nuts." Transport is a bit expensive, so if you can make your own way, you could save. Well worth a visit.
The tour was very unorganized - on the way back it took 3 hours to get back only 1 hour to get there. On the way back the bus driver has us looking for people while he sat in the bus.