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A theme park (to be) a place with rides and entertainment designed
around an idea or topic.
A theme park (to be) always (to change) every year with the additions of new
rides, and the destruction of older rides. You (can) (to have) more than one theme park in one location,
just like Los Angeles, which (to have) both Disneyland and
Univesal Studio. Central Florida (to
cluster) over 55 theme parks and fun parks.
With different kinds of theme parks, visitors (to stay)
longer and (to think) it (to be) more value for money as more choices (to be) available in just one place.
Theme parks (to boost) tourism. In fact, visitors (to stay) longer in a place if (there to be)