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Discovery cove vs Feeding dolphins at Seaworld, Orlando?

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I am not sure if i should pay $300 per person (4 of us... doest it really worth it???) or just stick to something like feeding dolphins at the SeaWorld... We have two kids: 6 & 9 years old.
Thank you!

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    Hey there,

    Well, I live in Orlando and we have done both and loved both, but that's when we first moved here from Oklahoma. Ever since we have wised up about our family vacationing. You dont have to go super expensive on your travels. There are soo many options available to your family. I have 3 girls and we took our tourist attitude and made it more local. There's sooo much to do and if dolphins is what you want then you should look at the more local things to do involving just that. Plan an ocean excursion with a fleet group. Look on groupon and livingsocial for ideas to maximise your fun on a friendly budget!

    Take a look at this site, its easy to navigate and has lots of tips and tricks to doing the most important thing you'll do in Florida! Make memories and haveing unforgettable moments for you and your family to carry!

    Www.floridasummers.com

    Good luck and have a great vacation!

    PS. Summertime in Florida is our wettest season, and all the mojor parks close all the rides and pull everyone out of the water if a storm hits, which is quite often. No refunds are issued if your day is ruined due to weather. So i try not to spend the big bucks unless the season is right!!!

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