Colossus wrote:As a side point I went to Thorpe Park yesterday to see how Inferno and Swarm compare and they are even more blah blah now than before I rode OzIris. The key point for me is when I ride Nemesis on Saturday (If we go), that will be the decider for me, having the opportunity to ride them so close together.
"The king is dead, long live the King"
With Pegasus, visitors go to a high-speed trip aboard a train of ancient Greece. The express travel symbol is Pegasus, the mythical horse, firmly anchored on its wheels, it uses its wings to travel in a train hell.
Visitors leave from the Gare Montparnos (mouahahah, it is not trodden for the pun), borrow an ancient Greek circuit and will feel all the emotions and surprises traveling at high speed.
The trip on the train is not going to go exactly as planned. During the journey visitors will get inside the Temple of Medusa. It seems to wake Medusa. To escape the petrification of visitors, the train is projected backwards!
During their 1 km journey of up to 52 km / h for three minutes, visitors will cross a monumental sign, enter a tunnel to reach an imposing ancient temple where the terrible creature Medusa is sleeping. Awakened, it threatens to petrify at a glance the visitors who will have only one issue: to flee in reverse. All this under the benevolent gaze of a 5 m high statue of Pegasus, the winged horse.