Believe or not, there are other things to do in Universal Studios other than Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade/Hogwarts. So after taking the Hogwarts Express back to London, we wandered around other parts of the park.
As timing would have it, we found ourselves a spot on the curb just in time for the afternoon parade.
After the parade, we realized how famished we were from all the walking around and decided (since we’d made the full loop) to head out of the park to the row of restaurants on the outskirts of the park.
And so ended our magical day at Universal, proving that Disney doesn’t have a monopoly on magic in Orlando.
3 thoughts on “Universal Studios”
I am obsessed with Disney but nothing compares to Universal and IOA. I always had sooo much fun there. Living here, I think I would get annual passes there before I go to Disney, no matter how little-kid-giggly-teary-eyed I get when I go to Disney World. There’s just so much more to offer and so much fun! Plus it is funny now that Disney owns Marvel, because technically that means they would own at least SOME of the park now, where all the comic books are. Too good. I’m so glad you had a lot of fun there! Nothing beats going at this time of year too.
Thanks for the comments–I had a wonderful time! Although, I went at the end of September, which I thought was also a great time (yes, I’m a bit behind in my posts! Lol)
Haha, that is quite all right. September is still a nice time to go. I used to spend my summers out there and that heat is nothing to joke about. It is awful! Then again I burn way too easily. Looking forward to seeing more of your writings!