Visited on a wet early November weekend, but the queue spoiled everything. Not just slow but virtual standstill, yet there were still guys at the roadside asking for donations to the illuminations that most gave up queueing to see. It was SILLY, as those who cant walk far have no chance of seeing this spectacle. Many bulbs out which I guess must be a sign of the times. Arcades seem to be thriving. Stopped for traditional fish and chips from a kiosk near to the fun fair. Really expensive for what they were. Blackpool needs to get a grip of the prices charged generally - it can be a fortune to go into Tussauds etc with a child. Really ridiculous as more seemed to walk in and straight out than take the tour. Surely on a wet weekday in november it would be better to give concessional rates than in high season. Same for the fair which actually charges to go in for anyone daft enough to pay.
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