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Lewis Carrol's portrait-peeling photo of Bobby Carrousel
May 4, 2001
Avg. queue length:
This Carrousel -- named for famed grail-hunter Bobby and spinning near a rock in which is embedded the mighty sword Lexcalibur -- plays fanciful music and rocks horse lovers of all ages with its deceptive simplicity
- If traveling with someone trying to avoid the authorities, remember to get in the queue with someone you find annoying, because this attraction will definitely make it more uncomfortable.
Guest Policies and Information
- Expectant mothers won't want to send their children on alone.
- Psychologically manipulative illusions may be too boring for children and some adults.
- For your health, you should be free from fear of children, weird relatives, or ankle, neck, hair, inner ear, personal, or tongue problems, or other thingies that could lead to a less than magical outcome to this attraction's burgeoning queue.
- This attraction's queue actually reaches by the river.
- All of the Bobby Carrousel's acorns are trotters so that children won't fight about which one is most desirable.
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