Dine with Shamu...San Diego
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We had the pleasure of doing the Breakfast with Shamu during our So. CA tour earlier this month. All 8 of us had a fabulous time. The food was good and there was plenty of it, french toast, breakfast shredded chicken tacos, potatoes, scrambled eggs, fruit, and assorted pastries.
The dinning area is small and quaint. We were seated at a table right next to the plexi glass on the side of the whales. They each came up to the side, putting their heads up for great pictures. I don't think there was a bad seat in the area. The kids sitting next to the plexi glass did get wet, but they loved it anyway!
SeaWorld on the whole was a good experience. Much smaller overall than SeaWorld Orlando. A trainer told us that San Diego leases their land from the city, whereas TX and FL own their land. San Diego does pump the salt water in from the ocean. Our only complaint was that there was no feeding of the dolphins. There rocky point preserve area where the dolphins are is completely open for touching, but rarely do the dolphins come to the side.
Are you sure that you didn't go to Rocky Point Preserve during a nonfeeding time? I've been there many times and fed the dolphins. (and used to work there) My favorite animals to feed, though are the sting rays. You stick your hand with the food under the water and they swim over and slurp it up. Very fun!
Surprising our boys with their first WDW vacation on September 29!