In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Only two bingo stalls, two arcades, the ghost train and the dodgems remained open.
- It is like getting on a rollercoaster or a ghost train or going to see a horror movie.
- It has all the emotional ups and downs of a rollercoaster, the sweetest of pleasures, and all the scares of a ghost train.
- There are also gentler rides, including the original ghost train and a tunnel of love.
- You would not believe how many years it took me to get up the courage to go on the ghost train at the show.
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