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City Walk Scavenger Hunt?

Universal Orlando: Does anyone have ideas?

From Marie Colern
Posted February 1, 2006 at 11:09 AM
There were some great ideas posted for a scavenger hunt at Universal Studios. My daughter wants to do the same thing at City Walk for her 16th birthday. Does anyone have ideas for a scavenger hunt at City walk?


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From Gareth H
Posted February 1, 2006 at 11:42 AM
I know there are things to find in Citywalk but I can't remember what they are.
Just do a google for it.

Has she done the IOA hunt? Thats really fun...

From Gareth H
Posted March 18, 2006 at 12:35 PM
Hey everyone, thought I'd get this post running again.

Just to give you all a quick update on USF & IOA....

USF, currently running the Mardi Gras celebrations. Absolutely packed every week so far. This could be because the hours are more uniformed that previous years! Everyweek the park closes, and parade starts, at 8pm. No more of the different hours on different weeks!
Lots of New floats this year (And for those, like me, who care, lots of different colored beads).
Still have the expected alligator keeping up the rear, and a couple of other traditional floats!
The final band has been announced. You will have "BIG & RICH" on March 25th.. Today is "Earth, Wind & Fire".

OK, Jaws has been open for the past couple of months! The river of fire has been on & off, dependant on capacity! Obviously this is done to save on fuel costs!
Apart from that its running very smoothly and everything seems to have been improved. Smoke effects added, sharks painted (See my pics added to the Jaws section, once they get approved, hint hint)

Over at IOA.....
Sylvestor McMonkey McBeans (I hate that name) driving machines is in full construction/repair.. Lots of sections of track are missing. (Safety work being done) Consequentaly a large area has been cordened off to the public...
Ripsaw Falls is still closed, but being tall I've been able to take a look over the wall and see the improvments! Lots of cleaning up but the biggest change is the "slide" down. The material they've used seems to have changed! Perhaps to slow the flume on the drop, or to make it safer!! Also scaffolding up.. Still see it being closed for another month or so! Everything else running smoothly.

IF you're going soon, have fun!! If not, book up now!!!
Stay safe!

From Gareth H
Posted March 18, 2006 at 12:49 PM
Oops, posted under wrong post.... Oh well

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