I have just been to Orlando and was very disappointed with some of the rides. I am a large chested man and had great difficulty getting on most of the roller coasters.
Most parks have modified seating for the larger chested person, which is a help. At the universal parks this helped really well and I was able to fit into the seats safely except Harry Potter and the forbidden journey but sea world and Busch gardens was another matter.
Even though they had modified seating on most of the rides, I was unable to fit in safely. The overhead bars came over and locked safely but was unable to connect the seat belts. This was very frustrating and slightly embarrassing.
The thing is that at guest relations in Busch gardens, I was told that I would fit no trouble on all the rides except maybe cheetah hunt.
Has anybody else had this problem and don't you think that all theme parks should do something about it.
As I say I can fit on all the rides and I can be locked in.
It is just the 2nd safety feature in the double seat belt I am unable to lock.
Can these belts not be longer and pulled tight.
What does everyone think of this. You're comments would be much appreciated.
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