The start of my visit to Cedar Point wasn’t perfect, but is anything perfect?
Happiness is a mental creation and to turn a rocky start into smooth sailing, me and the boyfriend were going to need a huge attitude adjustment.
Funnel Cake Equals Love
That attitude adjustment came on a plate of fried dough, sprinkled with powdered sugar and vanilla ice cream.
It was the only thing I was looking forward to at Cedar Point and the funnel cake alone made the seven hour drive worth it.
The other half got an “elephant ear” – a huge, pizza-like fried dough sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. His treat didn’t have anything on my funnel cake!
The sugar high was just what we needed to tackle the rest of our time at Cedar Point.
Playing For The Big Win
Of course my knight in shining armor had to win me a stuffed animal.
Our friends played every game against each other to ensure that they left with a prize. Cheaters! Or are they just making things even?
One of the workers at Cedar Point admitted that one of the games was rigged. Surprise, surprise.
I did leave the park with a wonderful stuffed frog. I named him Leroy.
Opening Day Hang-Ups
While I wonder what it’s like to get stuck on a roller coaster, I don’t envy those who were trapped on rides at Cedar Point.
Cedar Point is an innovation master – always going faster, twirling more and upgrading its coasters. This push to stay on the technological edge of roller coasters is the reason many people claim that Cedar Point is the best amusement park in the world.
I rode two coasters and I have to admit they were pretty awesome.
Hopefully, opening day jitters are gone and the roller coasters are ready to help Cedar Point live up to its claim to fame.
When You’re Done Riding Coasters
The cute shops in Cedar Point are sure to put a dent in your wallet. And what better way to spend money then to capture memories?
Dressing up and taking pictures in an old western theme was a highlight of our trip.
Our best discovery was the Town Hall Museum. It features a video of Cedar Point’s history and an array of interesting and historical objects. There are tons of other hidden jewels if you walk the entire park. Go ahead and get lost.
All in all, Cedar Point was exactly what I expected it to be. If I could change anything, I would add recycling receptacles. See, I’m not hard to please at all!