Hallelujah!!!! I swear that my brain was bouncing around in my head while I was riding it. So painful. Could also be why there was only a 5 minute line... everybody else sensed what I didn't: MORTAL DANGER!
It is great new for those who travel to mountains in every months or having hobbies for hiking at mountains. This train can help to boost tourist for this great place. This can also good for adventures tours.
This rant is not worth reading, yet I'm compelled to record the suffering caused by this awful machine. Doesn't France have class-action lawsuits? This ride is the only compelling defense I can think of for America's tribble-like lawyers and overly litigious citizens.
This was the most painful ride I've ever ridden (with all due disrespect to Magic Mountain's 'The more Gs the better' Goliath.) My ears were what hurt the most from slamming back and forth between the two sides of the head "pad." I haven't been on it for about ten years, but I remember that after we exited by walking in front of and above the de-boarding area, and I could see many, many people from all over the world holding their aching heads right after they got off. I'll never forget the looks on their faces.
If decapitation were re-introduced to France, those to be executed could opt for the guillotine or ride Paris' Space Mountain 10 times in a row. If I were emperor of the world, the designers of this attraction would have to ride it 30 times in a row. This ride to hell has been increasing the anti-Americanism among French youth for over 20 years. From France: Statue of Liberty; to France: torture & misery.
Maybe it will be comfortable after they change it.
Last edited by jcruise86; 07-16-2012 at 06:37 PM.
Reason: I needed to tone it down.
There are coasters 10 times faster and wilder than SM in Paris. But they donīt hurt as much at all as this one does. Itīs such a great ride (or it was) but it canīt live up to itīs potential simply because people canīt sit in it in a comfoftably way. If this was in USA, Japan or even in Hong Kong they would have changed the train a long time ago.