SeaWorld Adventure Park
I can't believe the summer is almost over. Without a doubt this has been the most fun I have ever had with my 'rents. And, the fact that Simon shared in it all is the cherry on my summer sundae. But it's not over yet cuz just half an hour from LEGOLAND is San Diego, and that over-sized aquarium, SeaWorld.
Sindy's Review of SeaWorld
I have always loved doin' the aquarium thing. The only down side is that you don't usually get to play with the little cuties. But SeaWorld is all about the interaction. The two best places to get up-close and wet with a watery pet are, the Forbidden Reef and the appropriately named, Dolphin Interaction. At the Forbidden Reef, there are bat rays galore to feed and tickle. These guys are like water puppies. I bet they actually drool under the water. And if that's not enough, over at Dolphin Interaction you get to feed Flipper and his peeps. If you hold your hand the right way they'll slide in for a snuggle and a snack. Just watch out for the birds cause they're hungry and fast. If there's a thumbs down to SeaWorld, it's the distance between each attraction. Maybe it's because we just left LEGOLAND where all the rides seem to be right next to each other, but at SeaWorld I really noticed how long we had to walk before we got to the next Adventure/Interaction.
What Simon Says About SeaWorld
I can sum up SeaWorld in one word - Shamu! If you are lucky enough to grab a seat in the Splash Zone be prepared to get soaked. This isn't like some doggy skakin' off after a bath. It's more like an Orca tsunami. If you walk away dry, you just haven't had a good time! And, even though it had its cheesy bits, I was really amazed at how good the Shamu show was. My only SeaWorld gripe is that when we got hungry, it took a long time to track down a snack cart that was open. And when we finally did, my corn dog was frozen.