Most of us are in awe of the speed of a roller coaster and fearlessly sit in the booth of the Ferris wheel. Fear and re-acquaintance with Breakfast are an integral part of the thrill. But some rides still crossed the line from a frighteningly fun effect to a terrible nightmare. What are you talking about? For example, on trains, in which fear turns into psychological terror. And to recover from haunting horror only after several weeks of relentless conversations with experts or draining once all stocks Martini. Someone that will help.
So you have the scariest rides in the world. The journey may cost you your life. But, fortunately, to test them you are unlikely to have. Because you did the traveler Stefan Zwanzger. Actually, now he will tell you about their experiences.
1. Rusty slides Pyongyang (North Korea)
Life in totalitarian North Korea was not sweet even without the appearance of these wonderful slides. Most interesting is that creaking attraction is an attempt of the authorities to entertain his citizens, to make them happy, to make their life a modicum of happiness. And appeared in a gray and surly Pyongyang rusty slides.
Stefan went to test a landmark in Kaeson Park. Here’s what happened: “When you visit North Korea you will not be able chuvstvuetsia in complete safety. Calm envy here. Continue reading
Our French caring and hospitable friends were going to join us, but for some reason did not work, but got us discounted tickets.
By subway RER (Reseau express regional) get to the station Aéroport Charles De Gaulles Terminal 1, Terminal 3, exit the platform and on the bridge go into the building, down to the first floor and in the far left corner from the place where entered, looking for cash with symbols of the Park, buy a ticket (it looks like a cashier’s check) on the bus to the Park, right beside the exit to the street, where the stops need a bus on which is written the name of the transportation company CIF Keolis group, which is a partner of Parc Asterix. If you have a return ticket, on the way there the driver will sign this cheque, and on the way back just look at him.
The bus departs every 30 minutes from 09:00 to 18:30. Return every 30 minutes from 09:30 to 19:00.
In the checkout you can purchase a combined ticket which includes travel there and back and entrance Bilet Park. The price of the ticket for adults is 47 Euro, for children – € 39.
A separate bus ticket in one direction costs 8 euros per adult and 7 per child, but for the back and 8.5 and 7.5 Euro respectively. For a group of 10 people, the tickets will be 50 cents cheaper. Continue reading