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Las Vegas, Nevada
November 1, 2009
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simi valley , California
July 14, 2009
NORTH AURPORA, Illinois
February 6, 2007
SeaWorld is my favorite place in the entire world. I was so excited to visit this particular SeaWorld because it is the original one. The first thing we did at SeaWorld was participate in the DIP program, which is dolphin interaction. We got to put on wet suits and get into the water with the bottlenose dolphins. The experience is amazing and I have never felt so excited in my entire life. I would do this activity over and over again.
There is plenty to do and see at SeaWorld. You can learn about all types of animals like killer whales, dolphins, seals, sea lions, manatees, sharks, penguins, and so much more. When we went it was the 4th of July week and every night they had a special show with Shamu that ended with fireworks.
The best way to prepare for a trip to SeaWorld is to decide how many days you want to visit. Being as crazy as I am, we went 3 out of the 7 days that we were in San Diego, so it made the most sense to buy a season pass. The season pass only cost about $50 more than regular admission and we got to come back everyday for free and we also got a discount booklet for food and gifts, which totally saved me hundreds of dollars!! I recommend this to everyone! Everybody of all ages will enjoy this. It's really an experience you must enjoy for yourself.
From journal My 21st Birthday Trip
West Jordan, Utah
August 25, 2006
Sea World also has a new roller coaster ride. I was unable to go on it, but my husband had a blast. You do get a little wet on it.
From journal San Diego, California
February 9, 2006
From journal October--Marine Layer in the San Diego Area
March 2, 2004
My favorite memory was seeing the Shamu show at night time. They use a lot of lights and the big jumbo screen. We bought three bottles of hot chocolate from the walking vendors to keep warm. If you're going to see this show, (and you should because it's Sea World's main attraction) do try to see it at night.
But San Diego's coastal weather can be chilly, so bring a jacket. Don't be fooled by southern California's warm weather. This park is right on the ocean so it can get pretty chilly. We were there in June, too, so we were thought it would be warm, but it was COLD!
From journal San Diego - Zoos and Shamus
April 19, 2006
We stayed with a friend there and headed to SeaWorld in Mission Bay. Parking was $10, and it's definitely good to get there early. Admission was $53/Adult and $43/Child 3-9 without a coupon. We had the option to buy the Fun Pass for the same price, which was good for unlimited entry to the park until December 31, 2006. Again seeing everything in 1 day would require a lot of coordination and cooperation. The kids enjoyed watching the dolphin and Orca whale shows. Their favorite was the sea lion and sea otter show. The performance was loads of laughs and had a lot of interaction with the audience. The penguin and shark encounter was neat but crowded.
Guys should check out the Anheuser-Busch hospitality center for beer tasting, with two complimentary samples for guests 21 or older. There was decent-priced food at this location, and it was tasty, too. We were again limited to some of the rides, as we had small children, but the Journey to Atlantis looked like it was a blast. It would be good to go on when it's super hot in the summer. Height restrictions were 42 inches on the rides. I definitely would go back again to see other stuff we missed.
From journal Crazy for California
March 4, 2006
From journal Back to the Boathouse!
Victoria, British Columbia
February 12, 2006
From journal Disneyland Everyone's All Time Favourite