Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando/East UCF Area
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... and she was delightful, very friendly and warm. Danny drove us off to lunch at Cowfish which is a restaurant on Universal Citywalk. We'd nearly gone there for dinner when Lucy and Daisy were with us but we had bailed due to the heat that day. Anyway, its an interesting place which offers a fusion of gourmet burgers and sushi. The sushi is interesting. Some of it is traditional and traditional American sushi and some of it was unique to Cowfish which ...
I have screamed myself hoarse.
We set our alarm clock for 7:15 this morning, and got up, after several snooze button slaps, at 8am. So much for our early start.
A quick breakfast, several minutes fussing with the car's Bluetooth connection and we were off to Universal.
We have 3-day 2-park passes for Universal Studios and Universal's Island of Adventure. After a 20 minute drive we park in "Spider-Man 453." ...
... been, but suffice to say we spent all day just in the Harry Potter area of the park and still didn’t see it all! It truly is an amazing feat of construction, even the minutest detail accurate to the image in the movies.
[Warning: Major Harry Potter fangirling ahead]
You walk in from Universal Studios and suddenly are greeted by The Knight Bus and a reconstruction of Muggle London (fairly accurate if a bit idealised). Kings ...
... ride and the Escape from Gringotts ride.
This side also has the Rip Ride it rocket a fabulous roller coaster where you choose the music for your individual seat and they also have a camera in the seat and at the end of the ride you can watch it (and purchase it of course) With our fast passes we were able to ride this multiple times without lining up. After working our way through the Despicable me, Shrek (similar to movieworlds), Simpsons, men in black, ET and watched a ...
... of kids club. We registered Sammy, then the rest of us went back to our room for a nap...its exhausting doing relatively nothing. After kids club we mucked around playing with lego, had a lobster dinner at the garden cafe (felt like we were the only ones eating lobster on lobster night) then attempted to put the kids to bed, we had a show to catch. This plan of course failed. Tom said the kids could feel my stress. He sent ...