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    News Rebranding - SeaWorld Parks & Resorts Orlando


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    And with any hotel package booked, guests who buy 4 nights will receive a 5th night FREE.
    5 nights at SeaWorld? lulz
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    I applaud their ambition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReelJustice View Post
    5 nights at SeaWorld? lulz
    Well you don't have to visit SeaWorld each day

    But hey SWO is doing a really great job of offering tourists at least 3 days of entertainment. Add in Tampa and 5 isn't totally out of the question

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatetofly View Post
    Well you don't have to visit SeaWorld each day

    But hey SWO is doing a really great job of offering tourists at least 3 days of entertainment. Add in Tampa and 5 isn't totally out of the question
    When they say "package", to me that implies buying tickets. If it doesn't, then the free bus ride to Universal might make it worth it.
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    5 nights at SeaWorld. That's cute.

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    5 nights at SeaWorld would be...killer.

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    Remember, 5 nights at SeaWorld might not be 5 nights at SeaWorld.

    They have SeaWorld, Aquatica, and Busch Gardens...

    you can easily do 2 days at SeaWorld, and one day at Busch Gardens, and one day at Aquatica... That's 4 right there...
    Also if they spent money on Discovery Cove that's 5 days...

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    And of course, there is plenty of other stuff to do. Also the hotels are located nicely in the center of the action. Universal, Disney, I-Drive, Malls, beachline. They are all in a 10 minute radius. They make up quite a nice alternative for the Disney and Universal area.
    The latest news about SeaWorld, Aquatica & Discovery Cove. http://blog.seafun.com/

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    Especially with the free shuttles to the SeaWorld Parks AND Universal. I could easily spend 5 days at the Springhill Suites visiting just the SeaWorld/Busch Gardens and Universal parks.

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