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Archive for November, 2011


Legoland Florida Adding Water Park


If you’ve been putting off a visit to Legoland Florida, wait just a bit longer.

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Profits Rise for Universal Orlando’s Parent Company

The crowds enjoying The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando have contributed to a third quarter rise on profits for the parent company, Comcast, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

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SeaWorld Pilot Whale Fitted With Special Brace

A female pilot whale with scoliosis — curvature of the spine — has been fitted with a custom-fitted brace. She has been in rehab at SeaWorld Orlando since September after being transferred from the Marine Mammal Conservancy in Key Largo. 

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NASA Building Now Open for Tours

Looking for something that goes beyond the Orlando theme parks? NASA has opened its Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center to the public for the first time since 1978, according to WESH.com.

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Holiday Spirit Descends on Orlando Theme Parks

Florida may be tropical, but that’s not stopping the theme parks from pulling out all the stops in anticipation of the winter holiday. The Orlando Sentinel has provided a listing of holiday extravaganzas throughout the area.

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Three New Attractions Announced by SeaWorld

SeaWorld Orlando/Discovery Cove has finally taken the wraps off its plans for expansion. Three new attractions are planned. Two – Freshwater Oasis and TurtleTrek are scheduled to open in 2010 and a third – Antarctica—Empire of the Penguin will open in 2013.

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SeaWorld, Busch Gardens Think Twice About ‘Fun Cards’

In an effort to drum up what may be softening business, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay are bringing back “Fun Cards,” reports the Orlando Sentinel.

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