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  • The famous pair of sea lions, Clyde and Seamore, is once again center stage at SeaWorld Orlando for an all new line up of family fun and comedic antics in the Orlando theme park. "Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High" is a full of surprises as the famous nautical duo, joined by a colorful cast of human characters, star in an all new comedy adventure which replaces the long running "Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island" show. In this 30-minute show, the stage is set at an aquatic-themed high school where our pair of would-be students are nominated to win scholarships to "Ocean University." They dazzle the audience as they showcase amazing behaviors during their race to finish the necessary classes to graduate, in one day! There are plenty of opportunities for guests to be amazed by the natural agility and unique abilities of these talented sea lions. Each behavior performed showcased will guests in awe of their grace and beauty. Showcasing the diversity of marine mammals both a pint-sized, Asian otter and super-sized, Pacific walrus make special appearances in the show. Both of these animals highlight the extremes in size and amazing level of intelligence of these graceful sea creatures. The famous pre-show mimes from the previous sea lion show have been replaced with a comedic crossing guard character who provides silly antics and lighthearted laughs as guests "safely" enter the stadium. From booming sea lion barks to slippery flipper slaps, this new show is a colorful celebration of these marine animals as guests discover the power of their charm, both in and out of the water. Splash Alert: Like with many stage shows at SeaWorld, there are seating areas that are marked as a designated "Soak Zone." Sitting in one of these sections get you closer to the action but could also leave you soaking wet. Visit Orlando is an official seller of SeaWorld Orlando tickets. Find discounted tickets to Orlando theme parks, attractions, sporting events and dinner shows - we have it all! Save time and money on your visit to Orlando. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando in 2015.

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    SeaWorld Debuts New 'Clyde & Seamore’s Sea Lion High' Show in Orlando
  • A night out at one of Orlando's top steakhouses can feed your need for a memorable experience only a delicious steak dinner can deliver. Hotels in Orlando are home to some of the top steakhouses, not only in the city, but around the country. So, if you're a shameless carnivore or a connoisseur of fine dining your taste buds are in for a thrill ride unlike anywhere else. Visit Orlando's Food Fanatics have picked five Orlando hotel dining options that are beyond temptation: #1. Bull & Bear at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando Dining at the award-wining Bull & Bear is a culinary journey unlike any other. Named Diner's Choice Top Restaurant by Hilton Worldwide, the restaurant offers a menu featuring re-imagined steakhouse classics and trend-setting fare, including Fried Chicken, Escargot & Gnocchi, Pasta Explosion, Flaming Lobster on the Spit and its signature 32-Day Dry-Aged Tomahawk Rib Eye. The dining room and lounge exude the warmth of a private club, with exquisite views overlooking the resort's pool and golf course. Views of the nightly Epcot® fireworks can be enjoyed from select tables. And leave room for dessert, especially the delectable Lemon, the delightful Bull & Bear Beignets or the decadent Chocolate Bar. #2. Capa at Four Seasons Resort Orlando Our 17th-floor rooftop steakhouse and bar in Orlando boasts the best of Spanish-influenced cuisine in a romantic setting like no other. Capa's diverse offerings range from fresh Florida seafood to incredible small plates and expertly grilled cuts. An open kitchen and wood-burning grill allow you to get close to the action, while on the outdoor patio diners enjoy views of the nightly fireworks. #3. A Land Remembered at Rosen Shingle Creek A Land Remembered is the signature Orlando steakhouse restaurant at Rosen Shingle Creek. Offering the finest in farm to table along with a menu as diverse as Florida's history, the skilled chefs allow you to enjoy the finest steaks from Harris Ranch as well as the freshest seafood served just the way you want. #4. Yatchsman Steakhouse at Disney's Yacht Club Resort A New England theme is the backdrop for this classic steakhouse boasting high-grade steaks, succulent seafood, free-range chicken and juicy lamb dishes. Serving the best in quality, aged, grain-fed beef from the open kitchen that features a butchering room where the steaks are hand-cut, the chef has paired unique accompaniments with each entrée, and the sommelier offers a wide selection of wines from both new- and old-world regions on the award-winning list. Be sure to save room for the signature Yachtsman Sundae or the crème brûlée, served with rolled chocolate and fresh berries. #5. The Palm Restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel Orlando The Palm in Orlando is located in the city's hottest hotel, the Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Studios, and has truly become a place to see and be seen. Juicy steaks and jumbo Nova Scotia lobsters along with famed personalized service, make The Palm a restaurant well worth the visit. You and your family are in for a treat because there is something for every food craving in Orlando. See why dining in Orlando can be a thrill ride for your taste buds. Just come hungry! Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando in 2015.

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    Check In, Then Dine In: 5 Top Hotel Steakhouses in Orlando
  • With all there is to see and do in the theme park capital of the world, Orlando delivers magical experiences and adventurous thrills unlike anywhere else. Seeking to create unforgettable memories, over 62 million people experienced all that Orlando has to offer in 2014. This record-breaking announcement makes Orlando the most visited destination in the U.S. With the recent introduction of major new theme park attractions and entertainment, even more dreams await across Orlando. In 2014, Walt Disney World Resort completed New Fantasyland and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando Resort opened. Visitors to Orlando in 2015 will experience the first full year of these exciting expansions that opened in 2014 and be the first to see several new attractions, including I-Drive 360 featuring a trio of new attractions from Merlin Entertainments, as well as a multi-year transformation of Downtown Disney into Disney Springs. SEE ALSO: 15 New Things to See and Do in Orlando in 2015 In recent years, the Orlando experience has also become more diverse, attracting an increasingly wide range of visitors. Foodies find a surprisingly sophisticated culinary destination, recognized with more "Best of the South" chef nominations by the prestigious James Beard Foundation than any city in Florida for three straight years. Luxury travelers are drawn to the five-star service at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando that opened six months ago, as well as The Ritz-Carlton Orlando and Waldorf Astoria Orlando. Visitors are also discovering exciting new venues in which to enjoy the arts and professional sports, like the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts and the Major League Soccer stadium coming to Downtown Orlando in 2016. Orlando is a destination filled with fun things to do. Let Visit Orlando make planning your vacation even more fun. Request a free Orlando Vacation Planning Kit. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando in 2015.

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    Record Visitation Proves Orlando More Attractive Than Ever
  • Take your tastes buds on a ride that goes way beyond a fresh cup of joe at Barnie's Coffee Kitchen in the heart of Winter Park near downtown Orlando. Since 1980, this iconic establishment has been more than your typical coffee shop. Chef Camilo Velasco has created a delicious dining experience that will delight all of your senses and be well worth the visit during your stay in Orlando. Serving up the their well-known Barnie's brand coffee and espresso beverages, they have kicked the dining experience up a notch with specialty coffee that is microroasted on-site and paired with fresh, farm-to-table cuisine. The Orlando based company has their coffees going across the nation onto retail and grocery shelves, Amazon.com, restaurants and of course in their own Zagat-award winning retail cafés. This spring Chef Velasco has come up with an all-new menu that is pairs up with your senses perfectly for this wonderful time of year. At Barnie's the apps are known as, "Firsts" and your dinner selections are called "Seconds." Each dish on the menu is inspired by local farms and the flavors of the Coffee Belt and to top it off, each is paired up with just the right wine. For your chance to get a taste, dinner is served up every Thursday- Saturday each week. Here are some of our personal favorite "Firsts" served. The refreshing Beet and Quinoa Salad was a tasty combo. This "First" consists of roasted beets with golden quinoa, pickled carrots and a sherry-paprika vinaigrette. To make things even more exciting, this dish is paired with a glass of Tiefenbrunner Pinot Grigio. See How to Make the Beet and Quinoa Salad The Florida Snapper Ceviche was a delight. The ceviche was delicious, the Florida snapper had just the right amount of citrus, the pickled strawberry and basil pollen on top added just the right amount of savory with a hint of sweet. Perfectly paired with this dish was a glass of Dr. Thanisch Riesling. On to the "Seconds" that we enjoyed the most on the menu. The Pan Roasted Florida Swordfish was full of flavor - fish was browned and caramelized, the chimichurri, corn and chorizo jam added just the right amount of sweetness to the savory fish. This meal is also paired with a glass of Dr. Thanisch Riesling. The Rabbit Ragu was a delicious spring time dish with peas that were garden fresh. Alongside this plate was a glass of Vina Bujanda Rioja Crianza.  And we even saved some room for dessert... Not only did it look good but the Berries with Mascarpone Cheese tasted good as well. The toasted pine nuts and Florida mangrove honey add just the right mix of sweet and savory. Such a refreshing way to finish a meal. If you are into pudding, you have to try the Chocolate Pudding. Take the house-made espresso syrup and pour it on top. You're sure to love it! These spring inspired farm to table dishes were so refreshing, light and breezy. You and your family are in for a treat because there is something for every food craving in Orlando. See why dining in Orlando can be a thrill ride for your taste buds. Just come hungry! Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando in 2015.

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    Barnie's CoffeeKitchen Serves up More than Gourmet Coffee in Orlando
  • Straight from the land where palm trees sway, a whole new South Seas fantasy vacation experience awaits guests at the newly renovated Disney's Polynesian Village Resort including new guest areas and amenities throughout the resort along with new accommodations for Disney Vacation Club members. Walt Disney World Resort is in the final phases of major "reimagining" project at one of their original hotels. Transporting you to a tropical paradise is the expansive new lobby décor, an island themed hideaway bar and 20 new waterside bungalows with direct views of the nightly Magic Kingdom fireworks. The lobby of the Great Ceremonial House now greets guests with a refreshed take on the sights and sounds of the Islands centered around a welcoming Tiki statue. The statue is a symbol of hospitality and sits on a lava rock water feature. An incarnation of Disneyland's Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar has been created just off the main lobby. The new Trader Sam's Grog Grotto promises to be a popular hangout for guests wanting the experience of an enchanted South Seas hideaway. Guests can enjoy a variety of tasty tropical treasures and exotic cocktails. Our favorite plates include the Headhunter Sushi Roll, the Pan-fried Dumplings and the Hippopota Mai-Tai to drink. There is seating for 50 guests inside the lounge with additional seating on the patio overlooking the marina. Guests may experience a long wait and are encouraged to get a pager to expedite the process. There are age restrictions for younger guests. Adding to the DVC portfolio are 218 villas and 20 waterside bungalows. The two bedroom bungalows sleep up to 8 guests and offer a slice of paradise with views of the Seven Seas Lagoon and the Magic Kingdom unlike any other experience on the entire Disney resort. Bungalow guests are transported to a tropical haven with first class amenities and modern furnishings with an authentic South Pacific twist. Included are whimsical details reflective of Disney's deep ties to the South Pacific with references to Walt Disney's 1937 animated film "Hawaiian Holiday," the Magic Kingdom's Adventureland and depictions from "Lilo & Stitch." If the inside of the bungalows don't impress, the waterside view will. Guests can escape to the private balconies which overlook the Seven Seas Lagoon. You'll be able to enjoy nightly fireworks, spectacular sunsets and an up-close view at the classic Electrical Water Pageant - a mythical watery version of the Main Street Electrical Parade. One of the most unique features is the private "plunge pool" offering guests an opportunity to hang out and cool off while continuing to enjoy the exclusive views. Still to open later this month, the main guest pool is also getting new enhancements. The Lava Pool will have a zero-depth entry, a 142-foot waterslide, and an infinity hot tub.  Visit Orlando is an official seller of Orlando attractions tickets. Find discounted tickets to Walt Disney World's theme parks, along other area attractions, sporting events and dinner shows - we have it all! Save time and money on your visit to Orlando. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando in 2015.

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    Walt Disney World Adds a Slice of Paradise with New Polynesian Resort Expansion

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