Thanks for this update. Super stoked to check this out in a few weeks!
If they're anything like the hush puppies at the BGW Food & Wine Festival, they're very tasty.
Does that happen on March 23, 2019? That’s when I am going and bacon cheddar hush puppies sound very appetizing.
Sorry--doesn't start until May.
And they are.
Actually looks like it IS going on now, and March 23rd is one of the dates! Here's the landing page for the event, which says it's on Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays between February 9th & May 5th.
And yes, I had those bacon cheddar hush puppies at BGW last year as well, and oh my god they are amazingly effing good. I'm going to be heading down to Orlando at the very end of this month, and knowing this information now, I'm pretty sure I'll be making SeaWorld my Friday stop.
That coaster dad  and that coaster kiddo .Road trip buddies for life. Dad's faves: Fury 325. Phantom's Revenge. Intimidator 305. El Toro. Skyrush. Kiddo's faves: Banshee. Top Thrill Dragster. Valravn. Apollo's Chariot. Twisted Timbers.
Hey all. It has been awhile since I have posted photos from a Sea World visit. I believe that it had been about a year. I was able to visit the park a few weeks ago and it was by chance that the brand new Sesame Street area had just opened. This visit also marked my first experience with the new river rapids ride, Infinity Falls. I really liked Infinity Falls and was pleasantly surprised how long the ride was. I have a few notes to share with you. The ride/ride area does not open with the park. It opened an hour after the park opening. I highly recommend that you get to the ride early as the queue can get really busy later in the day. Also, make sure that you do rent a fluffy, fluffy bunny filled with medicine and goo to put your valuables in. Everyone in the boat gets really soaked. I admit that I wore flip flops and a poncho to help from getting totally soaked. The new Sesame Street area was quite nice and I am pretty sure families will really enjoy it.
Anyways, I do have a few photos to share with you.
Good morning Manta! Manta was my first coaster ride of 2019.
I had been really looking forward to riding this. This is a great, though soaking, new ride at Sea World.
Apparently it is the tallest drop on a rapids ride.
Everyone gets soaked on this ride.
You can spent a lot of money on these evil spray jets.
Here is another boat about to take the plunge.
Gator wants to eat you.
I spent a little bit of time exploring the new area of the park.
I am old enough to remember Mr. Hooper on the show.
Broadway theatre fans will enjoy this.
Anyone else remember the Martians?
All kinds of clothing and merchandise are available to purchase.
The theming in the new area is quite immersive.
Well this is a throwback to one of the original animated shorts of the show.
Sure, why not?
That was fun.
There is also a screen that keeps a record of all the recent created monsters.
Oh I have to try one of these!
Oh wow, there it is. It really was huge and yes it was eaten.
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