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|SEA WORLD |
A variety of sea and water shows, performing animals, passive exhibits, continuous shows, including the worlds greatest splash when a Killer Whale makes a big leap, water ski show. Owned by Anheuser-Busch. Good sandwiches at reasonable prices and two free glasses of Busch Beer at the Clydsdale barns.
|UNIVERSAL STUDIOS |
A movie-oriented theme park with rides patterned on movies, including King Kong, Terminator, Back to the Future, Jaws, Earthquake, Hercules, and Twister. It has an open stunt man show with explosions and leaping speedboats on a lake in mid-park. Also lots of other shows for small children.
|SPLENDID CHINA |
SPLENDID CHINA is a project of the Chinese government to show over 60 of the great sights and monuments of China in scaled down replicas or precise miniatures. Among the attractions are art, costumes and some of the most unbelievable acrobats you will ever see.
There are four Disney World Theme Parks
(Admission to each of the theme parks and attractions is about $45 per day.)
|MAGIC KINGDOM |
The Magic Kingdom is Disney's world of fantasy with 40 attractions, rides, parades and shows.
Epcot is a world of high tech playthings and delights from around the world, with pavilions of food, rides and gifts from eleven countries. If you get tired of walking you can ride across the lake at Epcot via free boat.
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|DISNEY-MGM STUDIOS |
Disney-MGM Studios takes you behind the scenes of movie making, stunts and animation plus a 13 story fall on an elevator in the "The Tower of Terror".
|ANIMAL KINGDOM |
Animal Kingdom's center piece is the "Tree of Life" -- a 14 story tree made up of 325 hand carved animals. It focuses on all kinds of animals -- real, imaginary and extinct. There is a ride in an open-air vehicle through fields of free roaming animals.
Not far away at the Kissimmee airport is a museum of WWII Warbirds!
You will receive a full packet of local attractions with your registration packet.
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