SeaWorld Orlando, Florida Review

Those of you familiar with my November 19, 2009, and November 22, 2010 posts know how much my family and I enjoy SeaWorld Orlando. Its thrill rides, shows, marine exhibits are great entertainment and great fun. Before the official start of summer, hubby traveled South on a business trip and suggested I join him . I agreed stipulating that he had to set aside some down time. Now down time to me means time to go, go, go.

Having visited both Epcot’s and Busch Garden’s topiaries, I suggested we check out the horticulture at SeaWorld. Hubby joked that if he couldn’t spell it, he should be able to stay, stay, stay. Silly man! The weather was perfect so we strolled the park, the whole park of course. This perfect poser stopped to greet us. Isn’t he absolutely adorable?

I envied the well landscaped flowerbeds. Everyone who knows me knows that I have a black thumb that kills all plant life even cacti. I delighted in the water creatures and dolphin topiaries. With exhibits changing, I wonder what they will add next. For more information about Sea World Orlando, go to www.seaworld.com.

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Admission to the attraction featured in this review was provided for the sole purpose of review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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  1. I have the black thumb just like you do and how Seaworld keeps everything so beautiful is amazing in itself. What they do with landscaping is breathtaking. I want to go back there sometime, it’s been a very long time for me.

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