SFWOA and Busch Gardens Florida

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Sunday, July 22, 2001 7:13 PM
Well it was a fun trip! I went to Florida for three weeks while I was there we decided to go to Busch Gardens! But the week before Rino Rally had its flipover. But it was a good day at the park. The one roller coaster that was not worth the 1/2 hour wait was Python. All of the other rides were less than a half hour wait. The food was ok the ride ops were working as fast as they could.

Six Flags Worlds of Adventure was another story! I would like to say that THEY KILLED THE OLD SEA WORLD SIDE! There was nothing really open on that side no shops no restaurants. The Batman show really sucks! There was only one ferry working so it took us forty min to get across. (could not walk because 3 year old cousin wanted to go in the playland). X-Flight is a good ride since I only waited 45min to get on it. (I would never wait three hours to ride it again). Now the most of the trip was good but I want to get this across they have killed the Sea World side.
Sunday, July 22, 2001 8:45 PM
Well don't blame the park for operating one ferry. I'm sure they had a reason. Did you have any postive things to say...
Monday, July 23, 2001 2:02 AM

Apollo15 said:
"Well don't blame the park for operating one ferry. I'm sure they had a reason. Did you have any postive things to say..."

If the parks isn't responsible, then who is?
Monday, July 23, 2001 10:26 AM
They are responsible, but it's not like they don't want them both to be open. Due to the size they had to be assembled, then dis-assembled, shipped to WoA then re-assembled. I'd like to see you do that faster than they did.

Alot of times, the Sea World side has nothing open, because no-one is over there usually mostly, the people stick on the WR sides or in the waterpark, so what is the point in wasting their time and money to open that stuff? As soon as SF puts a few rides/coasters on that side, I bet alot more stuff would be open over there.

From my understanding they already had the zoning changed to SF, thus that land is now considered an amusement park.

"Villain-Once You Drop, The Fun Don't Stop!"~SFWoA Rules In 2001~X Marks The Spot In 2001(SFWoA)~With SFWoA ANYTHING Is Possible!
Wednesday, July 25, 2001 6:42 PM
Well the reason I had nothing really good to say is that it was the last day of a 5 week vaction. I was about 1/2 hour away from home. The park was fun but it was so hot and I had to go on Road Runner so many times with my 3 year old cousin. But they did kill the Sea World side and you just said why waist there money. Then why did they buy Sea World? To keep most of the shops closed! Also I thought that the Sea World side had a tram did they get rid of it?

It was still a fun day!
Wednesday, July 25, 2001 7:33 PM
When I went, the Sea World Side didn't have ove 300 people. I'm suprised they didn't close every attraction over there down for the day!

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