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... converted to thrills and fear, as we jumped on our first ride, The Hulk! We laughed and gasped our way through the twists, turns and tosses of the breathless journey and disembarked renewed and ready for a day of FUN. What can you squeeze into one day at Universal Orlando? With Express passes, just about everything. From Hogwarts to Hogsmeade, then London with Diagon Alley, New York, ...
... is done you enter the main exhibit space where you see a Saturn V rocket. Nothing can describe how impressive this thing is. The building also holds some artifacts from the Apollo Mission, most noteworthy are.
1. A piece of moon rock you can touch.
2. The space suit Alan Shepard wore on the moon complete with moon dust still on it.
3. The return capsule recovered from Alan Shepard's ...
... to create our very own roller coasters, then get on board a simulator and ride our own creations! Jenna and I went together and did two upside down loops! She was nervous, but loved it!
Then we went for a cruise in the air with Soarin', one of Disney's newest attractions. It was incredible! The kids loved it! We literally soared through the air over California.
Next was Mission:Space. Amazing!! We felt like we were really ...
... all of 2 minutes before we decided to leave.
It stared to rain so we decided to pass through the rest of the park pretty quickly which unfortunately meant we had to rush through seuss world. It was ok though, it really was the epitome of kids world.We went back to the car, it was time to leave and Blair and amanda were nice enough to drop both Kate and I off before they headed back to Jacksonville. Soon after it was bed time after an absolutely exhausting ...
... very early (6:10a.m.) flight from Bradley with a 3 hour layovers Atlanta. Rob and I (andJenna) were tired to start with as we picked Jenna up at gymnastics camp in Massachusetts at 10 pm the night before our trip began. By the time we made it home, took care of her stuff and settled down, it was well after midnight. The clock was set for 3:10- almost no point in sleeping at all! I caught about an hour but not very ...