Welcome to PART 3 of our latest Universal Studios Florida photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers! PART 2 can be found by clicking on this link.
In part 2, we enjoyed walking around the London waterfront. Now, we will continue our tour of the park, starting from World Expo. Afterwards, we'll get on our very own spaceship and reach Springfield, home of the Simpsons family and the famous Nuclear Power Plant. Lastly, we'll walk to Hollywood. Sounds good, right?:

We love when wait time signs get so specific:

Work is being done around the lockers area of the ride:

The faux bricks on the bridge leading to Springfield are being repainted:

The other side has not been touched yet:

Heading toward Springfield:

The tables and umbrellas along the Springfield waterfront area are back:

As the sun goes down, the parks starts to look even more amazing:

Heading back to the front of the park:

It looks like this Studio Directory sign was recently refurbished:

Some sunset photos of the Garden of Allah Villas:


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5 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

could you take more pictures of the berm in london, from the side facing towards london?
i'm curious to see how well they hide the show buildings and the back of diagon alley.

@Anonymous: Yes, next time we'll take a few more photos of the berm. Thanks for your comment.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for taking pictures of the crowds/wait time signs. It is always interesting to see how crowded the parks are/wait times/extended queues, etc. Thanks for your great work!

GipsyDanger said...

I'm curious as to why half of the London sea wall is darker than the other half. I've noticed this in other photo reports as well, so I know it's not the lighting... (see 17 photo from the top)

Anonymous said...

It shows how accurate Universal were with the themeing here. The River Thames rises and falls - hence the different coloured parts of the wall. It's meant to represent the Thames at low "tide", with the darker colour showing the level it'd be at at high "tide".

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