Thanks PrincipalTinker, Good to know!
I’m definitely paying for the preferred parking. We decided to go on the check out day from the Clearwater’s hotel, which is December 24th, in that way we’ll only lose a little bit of beach time.
I was reading on trip adviser last night from users from December Christmas week of last year, and I think is going to be tough because almost everyone buy quick queue, therefore the quick queue line has a queue that never stops, making the regular line almost stationary lol. By 9 am there are already lines of cars waiting on the parking lot for their parking assistance to designate their spot. If we can be at the parking around 8:00 am I think we should be able to get the preferred parking and be the first at the gate.
I know this is a bit off topic, but I want to ask about the rides.
Not sure if you read my post before where I explained that my wife and I were afraid of rollercoasters until our last year trip to Disney, where our kids out of the blue showed a crazy tolerance and love for thrill rides so we did it all the “fasters” ones we could find a few times.
This year we bought a season pass to our local theme park, which I have never been in over 20 years of living here, so following the kids lead we started to do medium coasters and big wood coasters, the experience was awful, the wood ones shakes uncomfortably since beginning to end and the medium coasters make your head shake and add weird uncomfortable pressures in your back, neck or shoulders as it turn, because of the track design mixed with in some cases where confined harness that goes all the way to the side of your head, where you head keep smacking against, any way I said to the kids let’s go for broke and try the big scary dive coaster one time, this will confirm if we like coasters or not.
It was terrifying to climb that hill with the uniformed metal clicking sound as the chain pulls you up the hill, sounded like we were going to some torture chamber, once we were close to the edge I heard my son say I don’t want to be here, that was awful to hear, we were sitting in the front row so when they hanged us for 3 seconds looking down to the abyss it was terrifying, I closed my eyes hope for the best, the drop happened I felt my body down on the sit again as we were going into the loop and it felt amazing, the speed, the confortable harness, the turns, more loops everything supper smooth! It was love at first site for us, not so much the wife but she is a trooper. My girl was in heaven and she is the smaller one, we got off the line and went right back into again.
Then we went and did the two other big coasters in the park, one is 305 feet tall and we equally loved them, the drop is still a bit scary but the ride is so enjoyable, now we go almost every weekend and only do the big coasters, any way I shared all these to ask you guys:
What rides in Busch Gardens are smooth and which has bumpiness?
I want to avoid jerky and bumpy rides. Speed, loops turns and height we are good with.
Thanks and sorry for the long post!