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SeaWorld: Dine With Shamu

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SeaWorld Orlando brought back “Dine with Shamu,” an educational (don’t tell kids) and unique meal that takes place beside the giant orca’s tank. It’s not included with regular park admission, but it offers a close view of the killer whale in an atmosphere that’s a lot more relaxed than orca show viewed by most guests […] Read more...

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SeaWorld increases ticket prices

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how to write a cause and effect essay July 2012: It’s almost tradition: SeaWorld Orlando raised its ticket prices shortly after Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando boosted their prices. And, while the amount of the increase was similar, SeaWorld continues another tradition: It keeps its daily park ticket costs a few dollars below its […] Read more...

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Orlando: New attractions for 2012

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July 2012: First-time Orlando guests want to see everything. Returning Orlando guests want to see what’s new – and then see everything again. For those seeking the fresh thrills, here’s a crib sheet of new attractions appearing in Orlando’s major theme parks this year: Disney World Magic Kingdom: Fantasyland expands with new sections opening in […] Read more...

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Disney, Universal prices go up

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buy essays for college In a bizarre price competition, Orlando’s two entertainment giants – Walt Disney World and Universal Studios – raised daily admission prices, but instead of trying to undercut each other to attract more tourists, it seems as if the highest priced one wins. Disney’s one-day ticket price hike of 4.7% – from […] Read more...

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SeaWorld, Disney announce attraction opening dates

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best essay writing service April 2012: SeaWorld Orlando opened one of its new attractions – TurtleTrek – which uses technology in a different way, and Disney World announced opening dates for its upgraded Fantasyland section, which will come online step-by-step over the next two years. Now open at SeaWorld Orlando In TurtleTrek, SeaWorld uses 3-D […] Read more...

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Disney upgrades hotel rooms

April 2012: Kudos to the Walt Disney Company on this one: They constantly survey guests, ask what would make them happy, and attempt to make it happen. Critics say it’s a way to make more money because it is. But while most company’s mission statements say something like, “Put the customer first,” Disney actually does […] Read more...

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Disney’s Fantasyland expansion debuts

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best writing service Walt Disney World opened the first new section of its massive Fantasyland expansion with little fanfare, probably because it’s not much to look at … yet. An existing roller coaster was re-themed, a new Dumbo ride added, and a new train station opened. Guests must pass a stark wall of unexciting plywood […] Read more...

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Universal Orlando to debut parade and show

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March 2012: This summer, tourists have a reason to stay late at Universal Studios Orlando. The previously announced parade and nighttime show – free with paid admission to the park – debut on May 8, 2012. Orlando visitors will have a new attraction, and Universal will sell more food and souvenirs to guests who stay […] Read more...

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Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival

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purchase adobe acrobat x pro full version March 2012: Disney World’s second park celebrates the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival March 7 to May 20. It’s a goldmine for people who love to shove their hands through dirt and watch flowers burst into bloom, but it also boosts the park’s appearance for tourists who […] Read more...

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FTC and Florida shut down vacation scam

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March 2012: The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Florida’s Attorney General have stopped the operators of an alleged vacation fraud scheme from doing business. According to a release from Attorney General Pam Bondi, the companies told people they could win a vacation prize worth thousands of dollars if they called a toll-free phone number […] Read more...