Today it's part 2 of Renée and Andrew's trip to Texas. Today we're at SeaWorld Texas to check out Texas Stingray, Steel Eel, Great White, Wave Breaker and more.
And of course some pics of this great looking park!
Written by Renée Girard and Andrew Cunningham
Spending the afternoon at SeaWorld San Antonio. We’ve been here before but love their coasters and can’t wait to check out Texas Stingray!
They’re gearing up for the Seven Seas Food Festival in a few weeks.
Journey to Atlantis is closed, not our favorite version anyway so we’re not mad.
Ready to ride Texas Stingray!
Texas Stingray was cute! I mean, just look at the little ray in the front. A great addition to the park - not intense, just fun!
Wave Breaker is also a lot of fun, giving some great views of the waterfront and the other coasters.
Love a good B&M invert! Great White is fintastic, and can be seen off in the distance near Wave Breaker too.
Got a couple of great rides on Steel Eel this afternoon as well!
The Lakeside Beer Patio right across from Steel Eel is a nice place to relax with a beer. Low wait times for the coasters kept us on the go so this was perfect.
In the Discovery Point section of SeaWorld San Antonio, you can still stop by to look around without having an interaction booked. If you’ve visited Discovery Cove Orlando, it has a very similar look!
We ended the day watching Ocean Discovery, a show unique to this SeaWorld park, as it features beluga whales and Pacific white-sided dolphins.
Thanks for following along with us in Texas, y’all!
I'm down in San Diego for a few days visiting my sister so I thought it'd be a great idea to head out on the trails around mission bay and see if I could get some pics/video of SeaWorld.
Written by Gregg Condon
Heading to the park area via the trails around Mission Bay. If you're ever vacationing down here they are really great.
Heading towards the park via the Boat Ramp off SeaWorld Drive.
Don't think that truck is carrying anything for the park, but you never know.
And there it is, Emperor.
The track is definitely done, obviously we can't get in to see what's going with the themeing, station, etc.
Walking around to the front end of the park.
A clear shot of Journey to Atlantis. And sure, I could have walked up there and gotten closer pictures, but I didn't really want to chance it.
A very empty parking lot. It was bizarre.
Thanks for reading/watching. Hopefully soon we'll be able to actually venture inside the park and get some rides on Emperor.
Also, the reason I've been coming to San Diego so much lately. My sister was just diagnosed with terminal stage 4 bone cancer. Since we just met a few years ago for the first time, we've been trying to hang out as much as we can. And these past few days have been AMAZING!
She's set up a GoFundMe for a cross country RV trip. I'll be joining her on this trip when I can, and she's going to be documenting her travels. If you can, please consider donating. We also have some cool park stuff we're going to be auctioning off for her GoFundMe over the next few weeks. Stay tuned!