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Also, I wanted to share a couple of pics from my adventure on the roller coasters. I got to use a VIP pass, so I didn’t have to wait in lines AT ALL, and I got a personal tour guide for the whole day! So, for nine hours I got to do about 35 rides! Not bad, considering an 8-hour day may get you only 4-8 rides when the lines are long or the attractions you want are spread out across the park and you waste time zigzagging and guessing the way to them. With Shelley we got bustled about quickly from ride to ride, because she knew the quickest path to each one, and she had a great sense of how to pack as much as possible into the day. Plus, I don’t think I had to wait more than one-three minutes for any ride at all throughout the whole visit (which is WAY better than one-three hours). For most of the rides I simply walked up and got into the next arriving compartment. AWESOME!! Also, the brunette girl guessed my age wrong (but we’ll take 26 any day of the week), so I got to bring home a black plush animal for Kitteh to snuggle with while I’m traveling out of town.
Note: I can do horizontal insanity all day long, but one spinning ride and I’m done for a while (see left). I don’t like spinning. I get car sick very easily – I always have – and being in a spinning ride makes me pretty queasy. At any rate, of the 30 or 35 rides I did only three were like helicopter blades and none were like spinning tops. The overwhelming majority of what I rode were coasters (the single corkscrews and various inversions don’t make me sick), as well as other rides that go forward, as opposed to around and around. Those types of rides feel like the exhilaration I get from gymnastics, trampolines, and dancing: Falling, recovering, floating, flying, hurtling, darting, rolling, soaring, sailing, riding, etc… It’s like a drug, and movement makes me high (see right). If you ever have the chance to do a VIP pass at Cedar Point in Ohio, DO IT. The cost may look high, but when you look at all the amenities that come with it, you actually get a MUCH BETTER bang for your bucks.