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Bounce Below is the world’s largest underground trampoline, bounce and slide facility; set to open to the general public on 4 July 2014. A set of three enormous trampolines within the Llechwedd caverns in Wales brings trampolining to a whole new terrain. The old mining cavern is twice the size of St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The activity lasts approximately one-hour and visitors are supplied with cotton overalls and safety helmets before jumping on the train and taken inside the mountain. The train disembarks customers into a cavern lit up by an incredible display of lights. The three trampolines are interconnected by stairways and slides, the biggest of which is 60 feet long. (twistedsifter.com)

Largest? Who knew there was more that one?

For more pictures, go to:
http://twistedsifter.com/2014/06/bounce-below-worlds-largest-underground-trampoline/

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Plumpossum

:o)

patw

Ha! Twistedsifter might want to do some editing as well. That was a cut and paste quote. After your comment, I must have read that at least five times and my brain supplied the missing "l" every time (obviously). Good thing this reading specialist retired many years ago. Too funny!!! Thanks, Plum. :-D

Plumpossum

. . .the general pubic. . .

patw

What, Plum? What am I still missing that I said wrong?

Plumpossum

Pat, you might want to edit the second sentence of your description. . . tsk. . .

patw

I hope Jigidi will be able to solve the problem of cutting off the bottom 1/4 - 1/3 of longer photographs/puzzles. This looks like a very dark and, therefore, boring puzzle in the thumbnail. And it is anything but. Says the creator. :-D

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