All my life I've heard about Hell. However, after going to Hell and back, I must say that some of the things I'd heard about the place simply are not true.
I've always heard that the road to Hell is paved with "good intentions."
Actually, the road we took to Hell seemed to be paved with asphalt.
I've heard many say that people are "going to Hell in a handbasket."
We went to Hell in a taxi, and although I looked for handbaskets I couldn't find a single one there.
I've always been told that the road to Hell is wide and crowded.
Hell Road is actually quite narrow and there is very little traffic at all.
People who haven't been there say Hell is HOT and DRY.
When we were in Hell the temperatures were warm, but very pleasant, and ice water was available in the gift shops.
If Hell is full, there is always Hades next door - depending on the time, it can be a little less crowded but you can still have your photo taken with Beelzebub.
Fondest memory: I miss the warmth that you get when in Hell and the unique scenery.