Disclaimer: I was given a $20 gift card by Whole Foods Market Carrollwood, free of charge in exchange for this review through their partnership with Tampa Bay Bloggers. All opinions are mine based on my experience. I was not compensated monetarily for this review.
I jumped at the chance to visit this Whole Foods Market store because I thought it would be fun for the girls to have one more last minute Back to School Bash! The promise of face painting and a magician was enough to get the girls excited. First stop was picking up a free healthy pre-packed lunch for the girls. The pre-packed lunch consisted of a banana, carrots, diced chicken, kind bar, go-go squeeze and a juice box. Yum!
What kid doesn’t like firetrucks? Apparently my kids. They were more interested in the fire rescue paramedics than the firemen.
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Disclaimer: I was given four admission tickets by Busch Gardens, free of charge in exchange for this review through their partnership with MomCentral. All opinions are mine based on my experience. I was not compensated monetarily for this review.
Visiting Busch Gardens was part of our “summer fun” bucket list. We decided to go yesterday despite the light rain in the morning. The weather forecast had indicated scattered showers, but really its August in Florida, which means afternoon showers are a given. As we got closer to Tampa, the rain seemed to get a bit stronger, but we were determined and we were not turning around. Once we got to the park, the rain had stopped and blue skies were all around us! We decided to pay the extra $5 for preferred parking just in case we had to leave the park in a hurry due to inclement weather. Coming to the park, I had not printed my tickets, so I went to the window and showed my email ticket confirmation to the attendant. She instructed me to head directly to the entrance where the tickets could be scanned directly from my phone. I’m so used to having paper tickets, and then having to carry them all day. I was very happy I wouldn’t have to do that today.
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