There are about three of these sky trams that connect "European countries" in one-way, three-minute rides: England to France, France to Germany, and Germany to England. It is in France where you can find two of the sought after rollercoasters in Busch Gardens. As per my experience, after getting my brain fried on the Apollo's Chariot in Italy, a scenic and refreshing skyride to France was a needed break. This was indeed true as I had my brain further roasted on the Griffon and Alpengeist.
After just having gone through these two other rides, I thought my esophageal reflux was about to be activated. I told my friend that he could go on the Griffon and the Alpengeist again if he wanted to I was so done. I think it was the Alpengeist that did me in. This is that roller coaster where your feet dangles and your head close to the rails. This later gave me a good cerebral juggling. I guess it's just me blaming the ride and chickening out on re-riding it or the Griffon again.
After all that, taking the France-Germany Aeronaut might be the antidote to get you back to your senses. It will also save you from a rather quite walk when already feeling nauseated and/or intoxicated after a visit to Das Festhaus in Oktoberfest. Yes I felt both at the same time.