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Map: Where to Find the Nearest Carousel

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You need a carousel ride (we won't ask) and you need one ASAP. We found this Google map site that will tell you where the nearest carousel (or merry-go-round, if you will) is.

Alas, it's not embed-able, so we'll have to send you on the their page to explore (where you can also select other kinds of places (Bingo Halls, Movie Theatres, Gay Bars, strip clubs, Jersey Shore filming locations, and so forth). Like your mom used to say on those long summer days "I don't want to hear that you're bored!"