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SEAWORLD Part 3
Get ready to enter a multi-level exploration centre. After a short film about what you will encounter you will be left to explore the hull of a 19th century exploration ship. Surrounded by nearly a million gallons of seawater, you will get to see Polar Bears, Harbor Seals and Walruses. Saving the best until last, you will get to see a Beluga Whale, white in colour and just so cute you want to take them home. Although how you would get them through customs I will never know! One of my favorite places and always a hit with the children.
Hospitality Centre and the Clydesdales
Fancy a cold beer? (21 and over with ID) For FREE? The hospitality centre is the home of the Beer School, and the food court along with a bar to sample a few of their beers including Budweiser or Bud! The gift shop carries all things Bud too, so here’s the place for those gifts and souvenirs.
As you walk through the building, you are then lead to the Clydesdale stables where you can see up close one of the largest horse breeds in the world. These fabulous horses are the same ones that pull the Budweiser Carriage. You also get the chance to have your photo taken with one of these beautiful horses and also pet them. Them also parade them several times during the day through the park, amazing photo opportunity for horse lovers or beer lovers alike!
Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island
This is light entertainment for the whole family and will put a smile on everyone’s face. This comical show always as our twins in stitches, especially when the sea lion and harbor seal make the trainers look so stupid. Set in a Pirate Ship, the trainers have the animals perform different tricks as they reward them with fishy treats. This is another one of SeaWorld’s newest shows and always seems very popular on our visits. If you want to get up close, sit to the right of the stage where the trainer’s path meets the steps. The harbor seal walks right by you!
If you like High Speed Roller Coasters then this ride is definitely for you. This is a floorless coaster and said to be the tallest and fastest in Orlando, reaching speeds of over 60 mph, and heights that tower above all of SeaWorld. I always head for the rear of the ride because the thrill is heightened as you are flicked over the edge of the multiple highs and lows. Although the front row is awesome it’s not for the faint hearted. As you are dangled from your seat, you are pushed through seven inverted turns, the ride is over before you draw breath. Ride it if you dare!
Part four to follow
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