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The newest attraction to join the lineup of Aquatica’s excellent collection of water park fun is KareKare Curl, a raft ride that provides riders a high speed drop and a moment of weightlessness at the top of the boomerang wall. “KareKare” means “waves” in the… Read More »KareKare Curl water slide joins Aquatica at SeaWorld Orlando
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It is Labor Day, the last day of summer 2014, and we decided to head to SeaWorld Aquatica for a little R&R. It is absolutely the busiest I’ve ever seen SeaWorld Aquatica.
It is about 100° today, when you factor in the humidity. So it’s a good idea to stay hydrated. Even if you’re in the water most of the day.
Crowds mean you will have to wait for your favorite water slide, however it is a still pretty easy to walk around and the wave pools and rivers are manageable.
We ate lunch at Waterstone Grill where there was a slow moving line but good burgers and other items. As with all SeaWorld dining, there are no straws with your drinks. Two adults and two kids meals was about $33. Not too bad really.
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