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One of the best things about a family vacation is the anticipation. When we decided to plan a trip to visit Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure in Orlando, I couldn’t wait to get the boys involved. Read More
Of all the wondrous shops we visited, treats we tasted, and rides we experienced, what made the biggest impression?
A phone booth.
If you want to visit the magical Platform 9¾ from the Harry Potter series, there are currently three places you can do so. Sophie tries to determine which one is the “best” experience by scoring all three across a range of categories. Read More
Dakster gets a chance to experience Mardi Gras at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Read More
Cabana Bay Beach Resort is the hippest hotel on Universal Orlando property for the families with ankle-biters and cool cats. Read More
It’s time to dine and shop at Diagon Alley in Orlando, Read More
The latest addition to the Harry Potter-themed attractions at Universal Studios Orlando is filled with the magic of the movies. Read More
Dakster gives us a tour of Universal Orlando: CityWalk – one of the hottest family friendly spots in Orlando, Florida. Read More
Check out Universal Orlando’s newest areas, Transformers and the Simpsons and visit some older, but still awesome areas such as Despicable Me and the construction site for the Harry Potter expansion. Read More
Universal Studio Orlando’s newest parade is the hit of the park. Focusing on some of the most popular animated characters today, Universal’s Superstar Parade was a welcome break from all the walking around we did that day. The downside to watching most parades is getting a good seat takes holding down a piece of pavement for an hour or more. The popularity of this parade makes this no exception to the rule. Read More
Recently, I was given the opportunity to check out Universal Orlando’s latest nighttime show. I’ve never seen an evening show at the park before, so I was looking forward to the experience. My past experience with nighttime shows at Disney, prepared me to fight the crowd and wait for over an hour for a good seat. To my surprise, that wasn’t necessary at all. Unlike the shows at other Orlando theme parks, there are multiple locations along the water front that you can view the show and still have a front row experience. Read More