We woke up at the Walmart parking lot after 9 am, oversleeping by about an hour. We took a very scenic ride north, and the took Interstate 77 again into West Virginia which felt like a dressed rehearsal to our three days of roercoaster rides at Cedar Point. Up and down right and left for hours. It is a beautiful state, and the highlight of the road trip so far. We decided to take some secondary highways to see some of the countryside, some too secondary for my taste. We took one country road in the West Virginia woods next to a creek in which only one car could fit each way. We had a couple close calls but eventually we found our way back to I-77. We didn't stop until we reached Akron, Ohio to dine 75-year-old Swenson's drive in, another place famous for its appearance on the Food Network and Road Food, the book. We had the signature hamburgers with two special sauces. I find that places like this last for so long and become so famous not only because of the taste and quality of the food but also because of the great service. Th staff was very accommodating, as the motor home took three parking spaces. Sadly the McDonalds across the street had more customers. Their loss.
An hour and a half later we arrived in Cedar Point Amusement Park right at Sunset. Up and down we go! Cedar point is one of the world's largest amusement park, and the one with the most rides: 75, four of them taller than 200 feet. Looking forward to it.