Six Flags over Ga

Topics: Looney Tunes, Bolliger & Mabillard, English-language films Pages: 2 (669 words) Published: October 27, 2008
After a getting up at five in the morning and driving for seemed to be forever, I was happy to see the top of a roller coaster peeping over the top of the trees ahead. We had made it to Six Flags over Georgia at around eleven O’clock Eastern time; the park had only been open for an hour. We turned in and paid fifteen dollars to park got out of the car and proceeded to the gate. We had bought our tickets online so we could avoid the ticket line and get a discount, even though I’m not sure how great of a discount that really was. At the gate tickets are $39.95, online they are advertised as $29.95, but then there is some “print charge” of five dollars so, the discount it only five dollars. As soon as you enter the gates there are numbers of Six Flags employees ready to stop you and ask to take your picture. You are given a ticket with a number and told to come to the photo booth on your way out. We pick up a map and decide to try and go to some of the longest wait rides first since the park had only been open for an hour. At first the average wait for a good roller coaster was about 30 minutes, but as the day progressed it got longer. We rode every major roller coaster there with the exception of the batman; the line was past the four hour mark. The longest we waited in line was probably an hour and a half and those rides were for the Superman and Goliath. Superman was my favorite ride with the exception that while waiting in line the ride got stuck twice, while people were hanging face down. The Goliath was my second favorite. I would recommend that when riding Goliath you wait the extra time to ride in front. Some advice I would give before going to the park is to make sure that you wear comfortable shoes, you walk everywhere and by the end of the day my feet were killing me. Also don’t bring a purse. We brought a book bag and took turns carrying it. In that book bag bring snacks and drinks. While there is a lot to choose from, everything is extremely over...
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