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ACE Gets The Boot!

Saturday, July 18, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jerry Willard
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NOTE: The planned trip to Italy in 2020 has been deferred until a later date.

Japan, Mexico, England, Wales, Hungary, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Spain. This isn't a roll call at the United Nations. These are all countries where American Coaster Enthusiasts has traveled over the past 10 years. Now ACE gets the boot!

Viva l'ACEtalia! is ACE's international trip to Italy! For those interested in joining an ACE international trip for the first time, this would be a good one! Culture and Coasters. Da Vinci and Intamin. Michelangelo and B&M. The Leaning Tower of Pisa and drop towers. This trip has a little bit of everything.

The trip will be ACE's first ever trip to Italy. Current plans for the main one-week trip include visits to Zoomarine, Cinecittà World, Rainbow MagicLand, Luneur Park, CavallinoMatto, Mirabilandia, Fiabilandia, Gardaland and Movieland Park. Other parks and surprises are planned for an optional add-on. The trip will begin with evening check-in Rome, and is expected to conclude a week later with a final Saturday night hotel stay included. The optional add-on is expected to conclude Tuesday or Wednesday during the second week. (Please Note: Until officially announced with costs and schedule, all plans are considered tentative until finalized.)

ACE’s international trips have often become memories of a lifetime for attendees in years past. We hope you can join us.

Watch for announcements as more information becomes available, but for now, check out the Facebook event page (open to all) or the member group page and discussion forum (ACE members only).