'I am building a fire, and everyday I train, I add more fuel. At just the right moment, I light the match.' - Mia Hamm.
When I was at the Europapark, Rust in Germany last April this year I was able to fly over the park before it was opened. They gave me the permission to do so and I was so excited to fly there. It was quite a cool view to enjoy when I was droning over the park and had such a good time. Everything looked so calm and compared to the masses that are exploring the park during the day it was almost a strange view.
Also I wondered what kind of architectural or engineering genius must be working there to connect so many thrilling rides on such a limited space. It's awesome and - to be honest - one of my favorite amusement parks in the world (that I have been to). My 4 year old daughter had her second amusement park experience 5 or so weeks ago and I can definitely say: She's quite an adrenaline junkie.
Obviousely she was not able to enjoy all the rides in the Europapark in Rust, Germany, due to age and size limitations, but when we were on the rollercoaster she was allowed to ride, she raised her arms as soon as we reached the top and started to scream from all the excitement she felt.
I have had already similar experiences with her when we were toboggan riding in autumn in several locations. When we were on the longest toboggan run together she was also raising her hands and screaming from excitement. 3 turns later she already proclaimed that this was the best toboggan ride she had in her life (and some 40 more turns were still left to conquer). Are you an adrenaline junkie too?