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... down the interstate.
First day out is usually just a travel day as we are in areas close to home with out much new to see. Today, however, we decided to venture off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and go the Flight 93 Memorial from the 9-11 attacks. The memorial is not complete as they are building a visitor center and educational center. The plane nose-dived into the ground and the crash site is marked with a large boulder. The actual crash site can only be ...
... it goes beyond the vertical when you plunge over that first hill. While it doesn't reach the same speeds as Millennium Force, it is a lot tighter and twists very, very fast. It also has what are called over-banked turns, which I think means they lean further than 90 degrees into the corner. Has a nice brain-crushing effect.
After that, I wanted to try Top Thrill Dragster. This is Cedar Point's equivalent to Kingda Ka. It is ...
The kids had been looking forward to this our whole trip. We passed this park last time we were in the area and we were told afterwards that it is one of the better amusement parks in the country. We had a really great day here. We all worked up the courage to try some of the really crazy roller coasters they have here.
Sydney and Wendy went on several of the looping and corkscrew coasters and loved them.
... I did) a sort of panic when we forgot our Locker number and spent 40 minutes trying to get our important stuff however we eventually got it out. Our finishing rides were Dragster where Tyler and I hit a swarm of flies at 120mph, and Millennium Force which was great in the dark. Tomorrow we leave for Niagra ...
... whilst the rest went with the kids to smaller rides. Somehow Calvin was brave enough to go on ones I wouldn't have thought of going on at that age - and we had a great day getting a lot of tides done! We also sat at the front of Dragster which really made you feel the speed - definitely a favorite ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamp Sandusky
This was a nice place for a campground, we had a sirete that had a small wooden barn-like house that was about 10'x10' and had a single bed on the left upon entry through the two part door, it remined me of a stable or something seeing as you could open the top half of the door but leave the bottom shut. A bunkbed was perpendicular to the first one to create an L shape in the corner of the room. Then there was a small bench along a wall with two power outlets above it, and that was as furnished as it was. Really nice and simple. We had a picnic table outside beside a small fire pit. Most of our time wasnt going to be spent there so I didn't really care where we stayed. It was a fun experience.
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