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  1. #1
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    Default Which Section at Pop?

    Between 50's and 70's at Pop Century, which one is better?
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    My favorite spot is in the back of the building behind the Jukebox in the 50s section. I like to be on the upper level so I can see the fireworks in the distance on our first night there. There's a quiet pool and a laundromat in the middle of the buildings, and the walk to the main building isn't too far.
    I'll meet you at the Rainbow Bridge.

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    Lots of things to take into account before answering that question....

    Do you want to be close to the Food Court? To the SkyLiner station? To buses?

    Building 10, in the 70's section would be closest to the food court and buses.

    Building 6, in the 70's might be slightly closer to the SkyLiner station that Building 3, in the 50's, but they seem to be equidistant.

    70's section does not have its own pool, whereas the 50's section has the Bowling Pin pool.

    Honestly, I agree with Cinderelly with the upper floor(s) of Building 2 or 3, to see the fireworks froma distance if you can't be in the park. I also like the Lady and the Tramp/bowling alley theming over the 70's 8-track theming.
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    My pick would be the 50s. It's got a bowling pin pool! I'm with Bud on the theming, I like the 50s better theming better than the 70s.
    Steve (aka brownie)
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    POP 11-12/10, 3/12, 10/12, 7/17, 4/22
    POFQ 10/01
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