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Old 04-01-2014, 11:19 AM   #1
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pretty much deserted

We went to Sea World last Sunday during Spring Break and the place was pretty much deserted. I was shocked and happy at the same time. I don't know if it was because of the Shamu show not being open or the documentary. We did not watch any of the shows. We rode Kraken 4 times with no wait, mantra was a 10 min wait and the Penguin experience we walked on basically. We had lunch, fed the sharks, then we left. We were there for a total of 3 hours. I missed the horses as well. Dodd not know they were even gone.
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When did you go? I went this past sunday and had to wait 30 mins just to get into Shamu Up Close. Antartica was at a 50 min wait and Manta was at a 40 min wait. Blue Horizons was closed to capacity as was Clyde and Seamore.

When I went on Saturday it was dead but that was due to horrible weather. Sunday was insane.
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Old 04-01-2014, 02:51 PM   #3
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We went to Sea World last Sunday during Spring Break and the place was pretty much deserted. I was shocked and happy at the same time. I don't know if it was because of the Shamu show not being open or the documentary. We did not watch any of the shows. We rode Kraken 4 times with no wait, mantra was a 10 min wait and the Penguin experience we walked on basically. We had lunch, fed the sharks, then we left. We were there for a total of 3 hours. I missed the horses as well. Dodd not know they were even gone.
Same here...you mean on 3/23, right? I was there as well and we never even had to wait in line for any food stop (All Day Dining)
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Same here...you mean on 3/23, right? I was there as well and we never even had to wait in line for any food stop (All Day Dining)
Yes, we was there on the 3/23.
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I think Florida had a different spring break from everyone else this year. The other parts of the country are on spring break the week leading up to Easter. That's going to be an insane week for sure. Glad you had a easy day though.
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Thats funny cause that was the first week of spring break for the fl students. Im surprised it was soo dead. Glad you had a good time and it was dead. Those are always good days.
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