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... but the street is lined by ornate looking shops and cafes. The Castle is the central point to head off into all the other Lands around the park. 2. First stop was Adentureland and Pirates of the Caribbean. This ride has been around since long before Anne and I first visited the park way back in 1991. However the attraction has been updated since the Pirates of the Caribbean movies came out, such as the introduction of Captain Jack Sparrow throughout the ride. ...
We had tickets to visit six parks in ten days - Universal Studios, Universal Islands of Adventure, Busch Gardens, Sea World and two water parks, Wet n Wild and Aquatica. You can read about each park in guide books and online but none of us had much idea of what we were walking into. It sounded vast, complicated, with energy-sapping queues that could gobble up half the day. So we were up and out early, arriving at the gates shortly after they ...
... out the various displays and rides. Even went into the Coca Cola 'Cool Tasting' room. There they had soda from around the world... some mighty strange samples. Pineapple soda was my favourite... some strange berry was nearly a spit victim but I went back to the pineapple and tasted it again! Phew. Marilyn was not impressed by this soda sample buffet. Moving on!
We soon emerged from a ride to dusk and a colourfully lit Park. It was almost time for fireworks. It was almost time to ...
... Luck is on our side as the wait time for "child swap" riders is only 10 minutes. I love that the waiting area for child swap has a small room where you can watch Harry Potter movies. The ride was awesome and really surprised by how well done the simulator was. (In my opinion, it's better than Escape from Gringrotts) Unfortunately, my babes were too young (my eldest could have, but I know better than to "freak him out.").
Hogsmeade is small, and I can easily see how ...
... ve got a cousin in New England”
“So what’s it like in Australia”
Or just “New What?”
What I have found really surprising is the difficulty in communication. I thought we spoke the same language! Trying to phone around to find a canoe to buy was extremely tiresome, no-one could understand what I was going on about. Rob had to give me some hints for my accent, so once I started saying Kah Nuu, in a slow southern drawl, then ...