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... Studios. We had been to their sister parks in California a few years ago and both enjoyed Universal over Disney as there were a lot more adult attractions whereas we found Disney more suited to children. Also, Disney had a ridiculous amount of parks to choose from, and I decided we would just have to come back on a Disney World holiday at a later date.
Our two days in Orlando were spent at the two Universal Theme Parks; 'Universal ...
... giant sealions in crystal clear water which was pretty amazing. After that it was the boat across to the mainland with the Mexican military and on one of the most scenic train rides in the world through the copper canyon (one considerably larger and probably more impressive than the Grand Canyon). That place was amazing so spent 10 days exploring, including the 2 day trek where I got lost in the mountains, got invited in to seek shelter by some drunks with one having a gun stashed ...
Today we were up early and headed to the rope drop of Disney's animal kingdom. Today's forecast was rainy with a chance of thunderstorms. I had brought ponchos from Walmart for 87c and thought they would do the trick- later I found out that I was wrong. First off we went to expedition Everest for Ryan and then headed to the safari. We both thought it was the best safari type ride we had ever been on, there were animals everywhere. At ...
... meal - the joy of eating something different was lovely. Although it's not actually the case, it does feel like we've eaten nothing but fried food and chips this week! Up early (again) tomorrow and hoping to be on the road by 7am so that we can be in Charleston not long after lunch. Not sure of the wifi situation over the next few days so there may be a bit of 'radio silence' for a ...
... the queue. Next stop was the 'Astronaut Encounter' which was a presentation provided by Charlie Walker, an astronaut who had flown 3 shuttle missions on 2 different shuttles, the Discovery and the Atlantis. He gave an interesting account of his experiences. I got a photo with him - he was a little guy. Either that or I am just a fat lummix. Actually, probably both :) I then checked out the 'Rocket Garden' which is an outdoor display of a number of different rockets launched ...