Hello from Los Angeles everybody! Now that most of my blog backlog is out of the way, I can finally begin to share some of the things I’ve been up to while on vacation here in the USA.
We went to Universal Studios Hollywood several days ago. Lucky for us, it’s not spring break yet and so the park wasn’t crowded and we could ride and see everything we wanted. The longest wait was 15 minutes… most of the time there’s no wait at all. 😀
The park opened at 10am, we were at the entrance by 9:30am. I had already pre-bought tickets online and so we queued up straight at the turnstile area. The first thing we did was take the Studio Tour. Basically, you ride an open air tram and tour the premises. I was very excited because they have a new addition: King Kong 3D. Too bad I can’t share the experience but all I can say is it’s just about the most awesome 3D experience I’ve ever had in my life. Next up was The Fast and the Furious. Two cars, explosions, smoke, loud music… well, you get the picture.
Then we had some Pink’s Hot Dog, the hot dog stand that’s notorious for long lines. It’s visited by celebrities from all over so when I saw that there wasn’t a line I thought it was a good opportunity for us to try.
Hubby and I took turns being single riders on The Mummy ride as our daughter didn’t pass the height requirement and our son didn’t want to go on. :p
Universal Studios Hollywood tickets cost US$74 for adults and US$66 for kids below 48″ in height. For more information, log on to http://www.universalstudioshollywood.com.
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