Universal Resorts Kissimmee

Address: 1057A Universal Resorts Place, Kissimmee, Florida, 34744, United States | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located in the Eric Estates area of Kissimmee, is near Gatorland, Osceola County Stadium, Osceola Flea and Farmers Market, and Clarion Resort Waterpark.
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      Universal fun

      A travel blog entry by aguerin02 on Jul 31, 2014

      8 photos

      ... park opened at 8:00 am, which is when we entered. It seems all of Orlando had the same idea because the line when we arrived there was 220 minutes!after a short debate, we left the line and Cara and Bailey behind. The single rider line opened and they managed to jump in it and moved along a bit faster. It probably took them about 45 minutes. The rest of us took the Hogwarts express over to Islands ...

      Epcot

      A travel blog entry by barblucas on Jul 25, 2014

      Today we went to the Epcot Park, it has a big golf ball. We did a ride inside the golf ball we all got in a car and had our picture taken, the ride went back in time and at the end our pictures were in the future. Another ride all about energy was when the audience were shown a movie and the whole audience were then taken through time, ...

      What happened to ANZAC day?

      A travel blog entry by jimdol on Apr 24, 2014

      ... of a lie. The line was huge, half of one of Perths posh private schools was there, along with the half the passengers off the 3 transatlantic flights that had landed along with us. Almost an hour later we had handed our 7 bags over to the nice lady from Virgin and boarded the transfer bus to the domestic terminal.

      7 hours later we were in Perth, so were 5 of our bags, unfortunately 2 of our bags were not. One of them had escaped to the ...

      It's all about the rides - Universal Studios

      A travel blog entry by tcriner on Dec 05, 2013

      19 photos

      ... headed over to the Transformers ride. This is new since we were here last. It's one of those hybrids between a 3D show and a track ride. You move from room to room in a "vehicle" and watch 3D screens. The vehicle that you're in also tips forward, backwards, and spins. It's just like Spider-Man. It was pretty intense. After that, we did The Simpson's, the Mummy again, and Twister. Next up was Rip Rocket roller coaster for Terry. Brook is not a fan of this ride and opted to ...

      Orlando, playground of 51.8 million per year!

      A travel blog entry by daviderinb on Aug 04, 2013

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... stage also pop off. It has the solid rockets to assist liftoff, the main rocket motors (fuel is liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen) firing at 102% power for the first bit too, then throttling back to about 60% power.This was a Delta IV rocket, 217 ft (66mtrs) high, and it carried "an advanced communication satellite for the military". It was the sixth of a 12 launch program for this year.

      The sat is WGS-6 and is paid for by the Australian Govt ...