Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Christmas Town @ Busch Gardens 12/24

We missed going to ChristmasTown due to the "snow" mentioned below........ on our scheduled date, but we rescheduled for Christmas Eve 2009. The 3 of us took off to enjoy what we thought would be a FREE visit.........

We are season pass holders to Busch Gardens, so we mistakenly thought that included Christmas Town, it did not, we had to pay (discount rate) of $10 per ticket but we did get Free Parking and 10% off everything we purchased (meal & beverages)

The animals were breathtaking ...

The shows were great and it even "snowed" in the theater while watching the sesame street christmas production, kids of ALL ages loved it!

The Park had all kinds of ways for you to keep warm.........both on your outside

And inside too! the hot chocolate was AWESOME and refills were only 99cents!

I have many more pictures to share , I am going to put them on facebook
if I upload too many on the blog , it will be too slow to load.........
I guess what I am saying is........... the spirit of Christmas was evident in Christmas Town
and even though I wish that the price would have been included in our "season pass" it was worth the price, and we may just make this a holiday tradition! I am including the description from the website ......... as well as my pics.............
I think the pictures tell the better story, but you be the judge! :)

This is from the website..............
"Experience the sights, smells and tastes of the holiday season at Christmas Town: A Busch Gardens Celebration in 2010. Feast on traditional Christmas fare like Brunswick and Irish stew, sweet potatoes, stuffing and glazed ham. Holiday favorites like hot apple cider, Peppermint Fudge Hot Chocolate, coffee, authentic wassail and other hot drinks will keep guests toasty while exploring Busch Gardens’ winter wonderland. And to satisfy the sweet-tooth, try one of our funnel cakes, an eggnog cheesecake, cookies, muffins and our signature Christmas Town sundae
You can also enjoy the most magical experience of all—dining with Santa Claus himself at Santa's Fireside Feast. He's visiting all the way from the North Pole, and he invites you to join him for a delicious holiday dinner. As you watch your children's eye sparkle, you'll know it's a meal you'll always remember".WEBSITE

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