At Chessington World of Adventures.
Note: As I'm a Linux user I don't really have the option of Lightroom for processing my photos. A few years ago I started off using ufraw, but the UI and capabilities were a little bit limiting. I tried (and then bought) Bibble 4, and then moved to Bibble 5, and finally Aftershot Pro which I use for all my photos at present. Free alternatives have been coming on leaps and bounds in the past couple of years - both Rawtherapee and Darktable have been making good progress, especially Darktable. Although the production versions of darktable doesn't yet have the masks feature to do local adjustments (something I use heavily in Aftershot Pro), it's in the pipeline. I figure I'd start to try Darktable occasionally and I used it for this image - it's taking a little bit of getting used to, but I like it.