A traveling carnival US English , usually simply called a carnival , or travelling funfair is an amusement show that may be made up of amusement rides , food vendors, merchandise vendors, games of chance and skill, thrill acts, and animal acts. A traveling carnival is not set up at a permanent location, like an amusement park or funfair , but is moved from place to place. Its roots are similar to the 19th century circus with both being set up in open fields near or in town and moving to a new location after a period of time. Larger fairs such as the permanent fairs of cities and seaside resorts might be called a fairground , although technically this refers to the land where a fair is traditionally held. In , the Chicago's World's Columbian Exposition also called the Chicago World's Fair was the catalyst for the development of the traveling carnival.
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Cruise ship sun decks offer all the convenience of loungers, hot tubs and beverage service -- and all the headaches of screaming children, rock concerts on poolside screens and live bands playing "Hot Hot Hot" for the 20th time. Adults-only sun decks offer all the former in a much more serene environment. We have nothing against kids, but even on the most family-friendly cruise ships, an area explicitly excluding children gives parents a valuable hour or two of "me time," while maintaining the sanity of fellow cruisers who came on vacation for peace, quiet and minimal crying. Adults-only sun decks come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
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It was probably the most fun I had on the cruise. Does Carnival have this or something similar? Sent from my iPhone using Forums. I saw a YouTube video last week. It was adult quest on the vista.