I'd say it depend son what the contest is, if it's just theme parks or roller coasters, I would say #1 (personal favorite as well) but if it's more general, like showing something fun I'd go with #3, Robb's right, cleavage for the win, (plus it shows more riders reactions to the ride insetad of just the first two)
I'd say picture #1. The train is all the way up there - then there is a large bit of track invisible, which makes it a bit mysterious - followed by a close up of the very pretty intamin tracks.
But only 12 passengers per train!?! This ride probably suffers a terrible capacity problem, does it not?
I encountered a great deal of "mediterranean inefficiency", as I like to call it, in Port Aventura, Parque de Attraciones de Madrid and Parque Warner Madrid. Eating Tapas, doing your Siesta, not worrying about customers waiting for 3 hours on Furius Baco.
I’d like to go here someday. How are iSpeeds q-lines?
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