Just across Interstate 4 from the huge Universal Studios resort sits a tiny amusement park I hadnít heard of: Fun Spot America. Fun Spot wasnít even a blip on the radar to me. But an announcement that it was adding two roller coasters, a Vekoma junior suspended and
Disneyland- $87 (1 park) $125 (hopper)
Disney California Adventure- Same as Disneyland
Disney World- $89 (1 park) with hopper pass +$35
Universal Orlando- BOTH PARKS $123 (one day admission) 1 park $88
Universal Hollywood- $80
Cedar Point Ė May 11th, 2013 $44.99 Parking: $15.00 Preferred: $25.00
Kings Dominion- March 29th,
When I was in Orlando last month, I strictly stuck to Islands of Adventure because I wanted to get big coasters in. I was saving Universal Studios for another trip. A month later, and I'm there for New Year's Eve.
I arrived at Busch Gardens a little after 10:30. I got free parking with my pass, which I'd printed at home, and pulled in to a parking spot in the first row. The park had been open for half an hour, and no one was there. I got on a tram that drove to the entrance, I picked up my annual pass from an automatic kiosk, and I entered the park. Like Islands of Adventure the day before, I hadn't been to this park since the summer of 2001. I headed to Montu first but stopped to look at some alligators.
In 2001, I wasn't impressed with Montu. My brother and I rode
I got up early two days after my birthday and got on Florida's Turnpike on my way to Orlando. I had purchased annual passes to the Universal Parks and Busch Gardens and SeaWorld and wanted to treat myself for my 30th birthday. But 10 miles after leaving town, my car made an indicator sound,
In my journey to add to my park and ride count, I had the opportunity to add Islands of Adventure, Universal Studios Florida, and Sea World Orlando all in one trip. Unfortunately, we were not able to get USF or Sea World. The trip was with a group of co-workers, some of us had never been to IOA.
First of all, I really liked how Universal utilizes a parking garage (something I wish more parks would do) and I liked the moving sidewalks
After visiting SeaWorld, I headed to Six Flags Fiesta Texas. My first visit to this park was in 2007, and I was looking forward to riding Superman again. It took me about half an hour to get to the park. There was a long line of cars leading to the only
I left Austin and drove south on Interstate 35 to San Antonio to get in one last coaster fix before I moved to a new state, Florida. Parking was $15 and got in line to buy a ticket. I printed a $10 off coupon the night before, and I was glad I did. Admission is $59.99. I passed