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Discussion in 'Universal/Islands of Adventure' started by Isafari, May 29, 2010.

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    ....ride or attraction at Universal Studios? What about Islands of Adventure?
     
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    Men in black and spiderman!
     
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    I really like the make-up show.
     
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    You know? I can't remember what is in which park. :sorry:

    I did like the Dr. Suess area and Georgie's area. Not a huge fan of rides, and the ones we did go on I didn't much care for... Jaws, ET, Back to the Future... :shrug:
     
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    IOA is the duelling dragons and the hulk. and the water rides

    US is Spiderman, the mummy, BTTF when it was there
     
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    mine is beetlejuice at universal studio's

    and popeye barges at ioa
     
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    I like Revenge of the Mummy

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    :thumbsup: mine too, the show never fails to lift my spirits. Blues Brothers a close second.

    At IoA, seeing as I don't do many rides, my fave thing is squirting folk for 25c a shot just when they think they're safe.
     
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    Spiderman!

    BTTF scared the **** out of me - I'm glad it's not there any more!

    The Popeye barges were pretty cool!

    I really want to go back to Universal next time - we didn't make it the last two times!
     
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    Been thinking about this and have decided that the best attraction in IofA is the If I Ran the Zoo play area for the little kids. In a park full of rides with height restrictions and stuff this is where we spent the greatest part of our time. Truly brilliant play area. And I have to say the Barney indoor play area in Universal is awesome too - Steven and Harry had to be forcibly removed at park closing. :lol:

    Seriously, Disney could learn a lot about pre-schoolers entertainment by checking out what Universal have on offer.
     

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