Each of the parks covered in this book is separate; each has its own parking lot. It is unlikely that you will be visiting more then one of them on the same day. Of course, it's possible, but I don't recommend it unless you have a multi-park Passport (discussed later), and even then, my personal feeling is that the parks lend themselves best to a one-at-a-time touring approach.
Because of the separate nature of the parks, I have included most of the introductory information about each park in the appropriate chapter. In this chapter, however, I cover a number of topics that apply to all the parks, such as timing your visit, a geographic overview, and the all-important (and rather complex) matter of multi-day, multi-park tickets. This approach may result in some duplication, but my goal is to save you the inconvenience of having to flip backwards and forward in the book to find the information you need.
The book first looks at the three Orlando parks — SeaWorld, Discovery Cove, and Aquatica — then examines hotel options near them. Finally, I cover the two Tampa parks, Busch Gardens Tampa and Adventure Island.
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