Monday, October 13, 2008
This past weekend Paul and I, along with some friends of ours, ventured to Busch Gardens (hence the reason for the loads and loads of laundry.) On Friday morning we ventured out in a 37 ft. RV for the 2 hour journey to Tampa. We bought season passes for only $5 more and enjoyed the park for the whole day. It was really nice, and very much less crowded than I'm used to for amusement parks. The longest line we stood in was 20 minutes, which is incredibly short compared to the 2+ hour long waits we've become accustomed to from Cedar Point. Although no park, in my opinion, can compare to Cedar Point, we had a lot of fun here. We even saw giraffes, zebras, elephants, hippos, and tons more crazy animals. We also got to go to a beer tasting where we tasted Anheuser Busch's newest and oldest creations. After the day at the park we went to our hotel in Tampa and just hung out around the pool before retiring for the evening. The next morning we woke up and went to the Florida Aquarium, which was less exciting than anticipated due to the fact that the shark and big animals tank was closed for construction. Booo.
Posted by Rochelle at 11:51 AM