Myself, hub and grown son are visiting Florida, for the first time, next June. We are doing a 12-day tour, which includes 3 nights in Orlando (+ the Keys + the Gulf Coast). Our first day (can't check into our rental until 3:00pm), we plan to check out things close by - including, perhaps, Downtown Disney. The second day, we plan to drive to Kennedy Space Center. That leaves one free day. We aren't interested in WDW (been to Eurodisney; that was enough for us!) and have been to Universal Studios in LA. We could go to lots of little places (like Gatorland and Wonderworks), but think we would be better off concentrating on one park. So Discovery Cove or Seaworld? We wouldn't be able to afford the swimming with dolphins bit and 2 of us are non-swimmers (though I've read there are flotation devices) - so would it be worth the entry for us? We also realise that 'free' entry to Seaworld or Busch Gardens is included - but, as we wouldn't have time to go to Seaworld AND Discovery Cove, we would opt for Busch Gardens and go there later on our trip. Or would we be wisest simply to just go to Seaworld? Many thanks for your thoughts.