Universal Studios Orlando - A Brief Tour
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Universal Studios the largest working film and television studio outside Hollywood. You never know who you might meet. Five years ago I was lucky enough to see Tom Hanks working on a new TV series.
Universal Studios - where you can ride the movies as well as experience what it’s like not only to be behind the scenes but be in the scenes. Let me take you on a brief tour of some of the incredible rides and attractions.
Terminator 2 – 3D Battle Across Time
Based on the movie Terminator this 3D adventure is one of the most elaborate and technically advanced theme park experiences.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, the Great White shark is back and he is out for revenge.
Back to the Future
As a time traveller free fall down volcanic tunnels with red hot lava. Experience the past, present and the future on this simulator ride.
Take a journey on a subway train experience the force behind one of the earth’s natural disasters.
Based on the hit film this attraction places you just 20 feet from the live spectacle of a towering five-story tornado.
This is just a quick tour of Universal there are many more shows etc. to keep you busy and don’t forget to check out Islands of Adventure as well. Have a great day!
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