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The Flip and Wale's Treecabin attraction at first light
Flip and Wale's Treecabin
January 16, 1999
Avg. queue length:
Nobody really knows what the appeal of Flip and Wale's Treecabin is. It used to have things to climb, but a union representing particularly fragile children had it taken away to make it harder for kids to get exercise.
- Guests riding with older children should be forwarned that this attraction exits into a retail store.
- If you are traveling with children or Michael Eisner fanatics, you may want to check out the inescapable princess interaction pavilion.
- Minimum height 31 units.
- For your insurance company's benefit, you should be in good health or free from fingernail complications or other conditions that could be aggravated by this attraction.
- Guests in wheelchairs must be able to gesture wildly if their chair rolls out of control.
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