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Alton Towers

Alton Towers is the UK’s most famous theme park, attracting over 2 million visitors each year with its groundbreaking rides and family attractions.

With two uniquely themed hotels, the Alton Towers Hotel and Splash Landings Hotel, tropical indoor waterpark Cariba Creek and luxurious Spa, Alton Towers theme park is developing into a breathtaking short break destination.

Today it is notable for its extreme rides, including Nemesis, a rollercoaster in which people hang with their legs dangling down (or up as the case may be), Oblivion, the world's first vertical drop rollercoaster and The Black Hole, a rather conventional rollercoaster if it wasn't for the twist of being in complete darkness. 

The oldest rollercoaster at the site is Corkscrew, a ride with two inversions which many riders find uncomfortable due to its rough track.

Billed as the first of its kind, Air is a rollercoaster, unusual in that finders find themselves suspended horizontally facing down, as though flying. This is known as a flying roller coaster. Inside the towers is the ride Hex, a surreal attraction which is based on a myth surrounding the towers and their history.

The latest attraction is a spinning rollercoaster named Spinball Whizzer, aimed more towards families than thrillseekers.
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Beyond the Theme Parks: Exploring Central Florida (Hardcover) - Part tour guide and part historical resource, this book will be useful both to visitors and to residents, old and new, of central Florida. Brotemarkle, an Orlando radio host, has won journalism awards for his coverage of central Florida history and culture. His in-depth research is immediately apparent, as is his plea for historic preservation. Small historic towns that get only one paragraph in most travel guides are each given a lengthy chapter here, complete with footnotes. Appendixes include a complete listing of local arts groups, historic sites in the region, and a calendar of annual arts and cultural festivals.

Roller Coaster: Wooden and Steel Coasters, Twisters and Corkscrews (Hardcover) - If you love roller coasters, this is a great book. It has awsome pictures and some great stuff about the history of the roller coaster. It is a couple years old so of course it is missing several of the latest and greatest coasters. Unfortunately it is all but impossible for a coaster book to be update with the rapid additions and changes in the coaster world.

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