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SeaWorld Orlando REVIEW
Anastasia H 23 Review
“Fun, but needs some TLC.”
Reviewed 06/22/15 19:00

Let me start off by saying that I LOVE going to SeaWorld. I have always loved animals, and visiting the rescued marine life who call SeaWorld home is something I always look forward to. On to the attractions! For thrill seekers, there are 2 big roller coasters to enjoy (Kraken is good, but Manta is ..the rescued marine life who call SeaWorld home is something I always look forward to. On to the attractions! For thrill seekers, there are 2 big roller coasters to enjoy (Kraken is good, but Manta is AMAZING). For groups with elderly, small children, or people with motion sickness, there are still rides that offer a calmer experience, the best of which is probably Empire of the Penguin (though the Polar Express ride is an adorably close second). However, the best thing about SeaWorld is that it is one of the few parks in Orlando that can be thoroughly enjoyed without going on a single ride. There is an array of animal shows (it might take a little bit of planning, but you can definitely see them all in one day), and if you happen to be visiting around the holidays there is a whole set of seasonal shows to get you in the spirit! There are wonderful exibits and aquariums where guests can see, interact, and even sometimes feed the animals, and there are plentiful opportunities for educational moments with young ones. SeaWorld is also a great park for those who love to eat. The Voyager's Smokehouse offers delicious and surprisingly well-priced food, considering it's in a theme park. If you're visiting around the holidays, I also highly recommend the peppermint hot chocolate. I couldn't get enough. The only bad thing that I have to say about SeaWorld is that it is in need of some serious TLC. The park has changed hands in recent years, and while new shows and attractions have been added, it has sometimes been at the cost of older attractions. Simple things like broken animatronics, blown out lightbulbs, and malfunctioning ride cars are easy to fix, and I feel these are the kinds of things that need attention if this park ever wants to compete with others in the area. So if you're on your way to SeaWorld, be ready for some fun, but also be prepared to roll your eyes and groan at the one-eyed mermaid on the Journey to Atlantis ride.

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