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Old 05-19-2012, 11:49 PM   #1
Join Date: Feb 2012
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Discovery Cove newbie with some questions

Hi everyone. We R going to Disney for 8 days in early nov. I have wanted to do the dolphin experience at DC for years! I think thisis the trip I will do it. We have 3 boys ages 9,5 and 1. I think I'm going to bring just my oldest one day to DC. So I have a few questions....the only "free" day we have is Sunday...we still would only have from 8 to 4 to enjoy the park..is this enough time? Also do u get to pick your dolphin swim time? Because we need to b back at AKL by 430 for dinner? Also is thi worth it for the almost 500 dollars it cost to enjoy with my son for just 1/2 a day? Ty everyone!
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Old 05-20-2012, 04:02 PM   #2
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from what i remember 11/2010

Dolphin swim times are first come/first served. So, you can definitely have an early swim time by getting there early.

8-4 is almost a full day. I think it closed by 6 pm at the VERY LATEST. Or was that just November hours? We did EVERYTHING, though and we didn't get there until after breakfast was done being served - and almost missed eating lunch because our dolphin interaction was at the end of lunch time.

Of course, that was before the new section opened, so there is more to do now. But we experienced everything, at least once and never felt rushed.
Sherry - mom of 2 girls (b 1993 & 1995)
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