I did not, it's a little noisy and slightly bumpy but very relaxing in the open gondola
Very relaxing, the train does not go very fast.
i would not think so. it is not very fast. take some ginger and take along papaya.
My husband usually has motion sickness. He forgot to take a pill but he didn’t need it. He even rode backwards which usually bothers him. I have to admit that a lady in our car was sick. She said she took her pill to late. The trip is worth the chance. Just take dramamin early
No, the train only gets up to 20 mph. And most the time, even less. I have had that issue in the past, and I recommend sitting in a seat that faces forward. But no, we had no motion sickness issues.
I have severe motion sickness but I already had my scopalimine patch on but this was not bad- I would recommend a forward facing seat both ways if possible
No, we did not feel any motion sickness. It’s a very relaxing ride.
I have had severe motion sickness ever since I was a baby. When I'm in the mountains, I have to drive the car. Whenever I fly, I have to wear the patch or I'm violently sick. On a cruise ship, I have to wear the patch continuously. However, I never experienced the least amount of motion sickness on the train ride! I didn't see anyone else having motion sickness either.
No. Max speed is 20 mph.
No. The train goes really slow... There is some bumpy rocky feeling but nothing like being on a cruise/ship. Certainly not worse than a neighborhood hay ride. Picture a train on rails going 25 mph. Hope this helps!
No, unless your are really sensitive.
I doubt it - you could probably out run this train! It runs at a very relaxing pace.
No, the trip is slow and relaxing
It’s a coasting kind of ride. Not fast at all.
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