Christina Talcott of The Washington Post wrote an interesting article about her visit to Cedar Point with her sister.
On a two-day trip to Cedar Point, we would wait patiently in line for the biggest, most popular coasters, giving our inner ears a chance to adjust before being hurled again around the loops and down the steep drops of the park’s legendary collection of rides.
But on the first day’s third coaster, near the top of the 310-foot hill on Millennium Force, something happened to my sister. Staring up at the summit as we clink-clinked our way skyward, this once-fearless daredevil turned into a quaking puddle of nerves.
Read the entire article, Park draws roller coaster fans