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Well what can you say about Universal, it was excellent, the parks are clean, the staff helpful, plenty of places to eat.
Our favorite theme park! So much fun and customer service is great! Food is excellent and moderately priced. 3rd time there and still great!!
Found the price comparable to the actual Universal Orlando website. As there are 2 x sides to Universal Orlando, you will most likely spend at least 1 day for each side. This is just for your tickets only (no transport). Though most hotels do provide complimentary shuttle service to the parks (check your hotel) otherwise you can drive to the parking ($16 per car per day for regular parking) or $22 for premium parking (which is closer to the entrance of the park) however you are still walking a fair distance to get to the entry. Easy to redeem at the WILL CALL window and the cards have your name on it. Its a base ticket only so you can only visit each side once and will not allow the hop between parks. Good value so I bought it in AUD aussie dollars rather than fork out USD.
universal studios was absoutely great. better than disneyworld. The rides are fantastic and the fast pass is a must.
Universal Orlando was a lot of fun. This was the perfect time of year to go. No long lines, great weather and lots to do and see. I would highly recommend going. The Harry Potter ride and tour was the BEST!!
3 days is perfect to go thru Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure so this was a good deal, 3 for the price of 2!
Had a great two days at Universal. The Island of Adventure has been added since I was there so you do need 2 days or 3 if you want to really do it all. Monster Cafe was a good place to stop for eats.
Great price with the discount on Viator. Park to Park option is better since the two parks are within walking distance.
The best new thing about this trip was the update to the Grinchmas Show. If you’ve seen the show in years past, it used to be held outside in a standing room only theater. They moved it to one of the soundstage buildings slightly off to the side of the park, and included seating, and some special effects. The show was always fantastic, but I think it really benefitted from getting the step up. It’s worth a watch, even if you’d seen the show before. It’s a great heartfelt celebration of the holiday season.