When we were in L.A., all participants on the tour were given the choice of a day at Disneyland or a day at Universal Studios. We made the mistake of opting for Disneyland. I don't know why..it's certainly not what I would do in hindsight. I was disappointed with DL, having already been to DW twice and loved it. So USH is kinda the "fish that got away" for me. I did meet a cool girl at Disney that I communicated with for several years, so I guess it wasn't a TOTAL loss.
Did this scene feature ham sandwiches? Hey, you made my morning...
Hey, you made my morning...
Also, the food was particularly bad at the two restaurants at USH. One of them couldn't even tell us what the desert was. It was new so it wasn't on the menu and none of the people working even knew what was in it.
It's a big area with sand. But that's not important right now. :)
The park to this day is a half day experience. My hope is the park becomes a full day experience after Harry Potter is added, but it is more likely, it will be a 3/4 day park.
I'm glad the Jaws attractions still remains here. Time for a revival of the old movie especially with the "Sharknado" buzz.
Revival? Fine by me.
Remake? Please, dear God, no.
The thrill of riding Back to the Future for the first time as a 5 year old, realizing King Kong's breath actually smells like bananas, and hearing E.T. say my name are all good memories. Newer memories include experiencing the supreme awesomness of their newest attractions King Kong 360 and Transformers, both of which had me getting back in line again and again.
The parks history is unique and so is its geography. This is one of my favorite places in the world for so many reasons and the future certainly looks bright!