Everything continues to be very quiet at Universal Studios Florida. After years of non-stop work taking place around the park, it looks like the focus has (finally) shifted again toward the nearby Islands of Adventure. This doesn't mean that there is nothing new to see around Universal Studios; in fact, a few minor projects are taking place in a few of the park's themed areas. As always, we invite you to join us in this quick photo-update:

Welcome to PART 2 of our newest Universal Studios Florida photo-report. Click here to go back to PART 1 of this update.
In part 1, we checked out the entrance of the park, Hollywood, Production Central (which needs some help), New York, Sn Francisco, and the London waterfront. Let's now continue to enjoy our tour of the park by moving on to World Expo, Springfield, and - of course - the KidZone:

Starting from next week, regular Walt Disney World (and Disneyland) Guests will notice some important changes when dining at table-service restaurants located around the parks and hotels on property. In fact, all menus will receive multiple changes (including the price and possible new food and beverage items) starting from Wednesday, October 29, 2014. Quick-service restaurant menus already received minor changes earlier this year.

One of the newest attractions to open at Disney's Hollywood Studios has already been scheduled to close down. We are referring to "The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow," an interactive walk-through attractions that includes special effects and Guest participation. This short-lived attraction opened at the end of 2012, and the Walt Disney World Resort website officially confirmed yesterday that "the final day for this attraction will be November 6, 2014. "

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (October 25, 2014) – With the return of the popular Florida Four-Pack special, there is no better time for Florida residents to experience Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. The great Florida Four-Pack offers a party of four Florida residents the opportunity to experience all the fun and excitement the Visitor Complex has to offer at the special price of $139.00 plus tax. That results in savings of more than $60.

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