TurtleTrek also sounds exciting and I hope it's like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcTFDK4AuNg&feature=relatedDragon's Theatre in the City of Dreams, Macau is also a 360 degree theatre on a much larger scale compared to the King Kong attraction. If this is SeaWorld's direction then I'm really excited to see the finished product.
Orlando looks to be getting a much needed injection that began with Harry Potter. Thanks IOA (didn't think I would ever say that) for making the other parks really up their game.
But to have a Disney free trip, I would have to have parks with more to do. If you ask me, each Universal park is a "half" day park, and so is Sea World. That's 1.5 days of vacation. Disney takes at least 4 days to do most of the stuff.
Harry Potter instantly makes Universal's IOA a must see. Sea World's Discovery Cove is a compelling reason to visit, but not essential.
"What more do SeaWorld and Universal need to add?"
This is a good question. While Disney is a bit disappointing, Universal should add the Transformers. Sea World can add more predator exhibits, more dark rides, and kids friendly shows/exhibits.
It's always great to hear new attraction announcements.
With the new Fantasyland, Legoland and Harry Potter, Sea World is facing a very strong competition for its main target, families with young children. So it should try attracting other demographics.
What about adult male looking for sex and violence????I suggest a new orca nightly show “Nude trainers with Tilikum”.
Beautiful all nude* (female) trainers inside the water with the infamous Tilikum killer (grammatically speaking) whale, in a Las Vegas style extravaganza! From the same producers of Siegfried and Roy!
To honor its former owner, Sea World will offer free Buds to anyone attending the show!
*by the way, what is the difference of “nude” and “all nude”?