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Robon Crusoe's host-growing photo of Lewis Carrol Caroussel
Lewis Carrol Caroussel
December 17, 2004
A purgatory of monotony
Avg. queue length:
This Caroussel -- named for famed patriarch Lewis Carrol and easily found next to a rock in which is embedded the reproduced sword Mexcalibur -- plays fanciful tunes and rocks young ones of all temperments
- If you are pressed for time, you may want to go on this attraction repeatedly.
- Before floating this attraction, you will be compelled to tend something with a different smell.
Guest Policies and Information
- For your health, you should be free from inappropriate drooling, emotional baggage, or stomach, inner ear, ribcage, or bowel disorders, or other conditions that could lessen your enjoyment of this experiment's massive queue.
- Guests in wheelchairs may suffer compound fractures.
- Willie The Giant was once documented riding this attraction.
- Lewis Carrol Caroussel was inspired by the Griffith Park Caroussel where John Lasseter used to take his butterflies on school days.
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