I was recently invited to Busch Garden’s 6th Annual Food and Wine Festival preview event on February 29th. Last year when we went to Busch Gardens I saw the “cabins” and advertising around the parks so I was excited to go check it out.
Busch Garden’s Food and Wine Festival Quick Info
Food and Wine Festival runs from February 29 to April 26, 2020.
Admission to the Food and Wine Festival is included with your park admission.
Children are allowed in the festival area.
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October is here. And it hasn’t stopped raining in Plant City for what feels like weeks. I thought we were supposed to get cooler weather, but alas. We’ve been getting lots and lots and lots of rain instead. While I’m more of a summer person, I love to go to the beach and we take summer vacations, the rest of my family loves the Fall. More specifically, they love October. So, here’s a list of the six things we are most likely to be doing this October.
Six Things I’m looking forward to in October
Remember how I have an ambassadorship for Busch Gardens? Well, they’ve invited me to visit their Howl-O-Scream event this Fall. Busch Gardens turns to the dark side this Fall for Howl-O-Scream Cursed. An evening where the 300 acres includes horrifying hunted houses. And as if that wasn’t enough Busch Gardens is offering Evil Upgrades with tours and VIP experiences. I think I’m most excited about riding Falcon Fury at night!
Howl-O-Scream runs Thursday through Saturday nights, Oct. 2-Nov. 1. Howl-O-Scream 2014 will also be open on Sunday, Oct. 19. Operating hours are 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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Normally during the summer months we attempt to visit a new beach on this side of our coast or at least make it to Anna Maria Island. This summer we knew we would be staying at the beach for our vacation, so instead we decided to visit Florida’s Springs. Lithia Springs has been on our list ever since we moved to Plant City. I’ve been waiting for Piper to get a little bigger so she wouldn’t be scared of the cold water. In case you’ve never been, the water remains at 72 degrees all year long. In other words, its freezing. At least to me, they are…
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