During our road trip in the US, I lost a bet with my friends. I wanted to visit Tijuana, but there were 3 of us so we ended up at this amusement park. There were two options: the one with the disney princesses and the one with adventure and there was no way I was going to lose this one, they could not make me spend the day watching princesses :/ Well, I have to say that I loved this place! I had a blast! The best amusement park I've ever been to in my life. The ferris wheel looks so harmless but, mother of God! The "cage" that we sat in was swinging about in the sky. The attraction "Hotel" was the best ever, with an added surprise. Before we returned to our hotel in Los Angeles, we discovered the great Orange Outlet and this was the only thing worth losing my bet for.....
Futureworld has so many attractions ... Mission Space, Test Track and Soarin' all grab your attention, but there are also plenty of other things to see and do. Mission Space has a gentler version nowadays, but personally I prefer the regular route. If you're feeling nervous, try the gentle version first and then, if you like it, go for the rougher one! Test Track can be unpredictable, and was out of order more than half the day. Our son was very disappointed, but fortunately it was up and running by the afternoon. Best of all, most people thought it was still down, so we were able to go twice quickly! Soarin' was my favorite, an amazing ride that you just can't miss. The kids loved it. Be sure to get fastpass, as the lines can be long. Another cool thing was the Turtle Talk with Crush, perfect for kids. We also did Circle of Life and Living with the Land. Both were good, but not super-thrilling. We skipped the imagination area as we ran out of time, and the show is considered to be too intense for children. The flower show building, with with wonderful topiaries, a butterfly pavilion, and amazing flowers was just awesome! Spaceship Earth was another very cool ride.
On my last trip to Miami, while visiting the parks, I had the opportunity to meet this beautiful image that took me by surprise. In the photo the water is the main protagonist. The intention is to demonstrate its importance to the life of both man and land. In turn, the colors inspired me and desire to fight to preserve "the precious liquid" and keep our seas, lakes, rivers and oceans.
I loved this place, because I am a movie fan. I had a fantastic time. In the park you can buy wands, brooms, capes, Sweet saga, butterbeer, scarves and all the things you see in the movies. There're 3 roller coasters and a flight simulator that's awesome.
The world showcase is part of the EPCOT Park. Eleven countries around the world are represented by pavilions so visitors can enjoy a world tour without leaving the park! Start with Mexico. You can taste the rich flavor of Mexican cuisine in the Cantina de San Angel. View or buy handmade crafts and listen to the music of the Mariachis. The attraction of the Mexico pavilion is called The River of Time and is a boat trip to see a volcano.
Or what about Norway? Dine inside the Akershus Castle restaurant and indulge your inner Viking with a trip on the Swirl: a Norwegian boat adventure...polar bears, pirates and the stormy North Sea.
China. There is an IMAX presentation. See the authentic Chinese gardens and temples, Chinese shops and, of course, the Chinese food and the acrobatic show about the legend of the dragons.
Germany. The cuisine, music and dance of Germany. Wine-tasting, and of course cake!
Italy. Venice and the bell tower in St. Mark's Square, bridges, gondolas. Italian Food in Delizie Italiane, La Bottega Italiana, and L'Originale Alfredo di Roma Ristorante.
Japan. A serene landscape of gardens and streams, with a pagoda and a torii gate. You can eat authentic Japanese food in Mitsukoshi Teppan Yaki and Yakitori House.
Morocco. Two sections, the Ville Nouvelle (new city) and the Medina (the old city), complete with a souk.
France. The streets of both Paris and the provinces and shops. Watch the movie "Impressions de France".
UK. See over 1500 original articles and shops from England.
Canada. You can explore the canyon, its waterfalls and majestic gardens and architecture. There is an IMAX presentation called "O Canada!".
Opened in 1979, this park annually attracts more than a million visitors. Not by chance: If you want to see real tropical flora and fauna then this is the place to go. It has four lakes and a beach, various sports facilities, fishing, jogging or cycling ... Tropical Park Miami is the best and a visit is a must. They also tend to organize special events such as rodeos, horse shows, art exhibitions, displays of tropical plants and exotic flowers. In addition, from early November to early January they set up Santa's Enchanted Forest, which occupies a large space of Tropical Park dedicated exclusively to children's entertainment, games, gifts and all kinds of animations for children. Additionally, Miami Tropical Park is ideal for those who love sports because it has basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, a soccer field and softball (a very popular sport in the U.S.).
It is 1 of the 6 zones of incredible Universal Park 2, Universal's Island of adventure. All you have to do is go in on your left. It's dedicated to the heroes of Marvel and you'll find 4 attractions there.What I like most was 'The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman', a mobile tour vehicle for several areas in 3d images and thrilling movements fleeing enemies Spiderman who will not stop attacking you. It's suitable for people who can not get into big roller coasters. If you want to spare you lining up to use the single ride, which almost never has a queue. I rode twice while never taking more than 2 minutes to queue while otheres had 50 minute queues. You also have the great Hulk roller coaster, which is beastly! And finally, you can experience a large drop in Doctor Doom Fearfall. Do not miss the parade of superheroes that take place from time to time on the streets. On the street you'll find a few children stores.
This was the best dolphin show I have ever seen. It was a dramatic combination of animals and people. After 18 months in production and 9 months of construction at Dolphin Stadium, SeaWorld released "Blue Horizons" on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The show incorporates dolphins, pilot whales and a rainbow of exotic birds. The action takes place below and above the water. There is a cast of aerialists and acrobats dressed in bright costumes symbolizing the sky and the sea who are responsible for the air show. While these characters sail across the sky and rush the stage, the real stars of the show are under the surface. The dolphins and pilot whales leap from the water. Then, crowned African cranes, black vultures and other birds fly over the audience. To create "Blue Horizons," SeaWorld collaborated with the most ingenious art experts, joining the theatrical extravagance with the feats of animals and trainers. The original soundtrack of "Blue Horizons" was recorded by the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
On our last trip to Milwaukee, we decided to walk three hours one way and three hours back in order to visit this attractions. My son is a fan of monster trucks, and these ones are especially American with big engines and monstrous wheels. How could we deprive him of an experience like this? The attraction is a monster truck ride in the back has that has been adequate to carry passengers. The set-up is not very impressive (there is a sign indicating that it is a family business and are no naughty words) and it takes a good while for the passage fits into their seats, because you have to balance the weights for the junk not tip. I thought the ride would have a scenic character, but is limited to a few laps of a circuit within the same property. It was nice, but would not repeat.
It was opened in July 2010. In each car you'll find a touch screen where you can select the songs (with a choice of five different musical genres) to listen to as you go around the circuit. The 90 decibel speakers are waterproof, and you won't hear anything from the other cars. There are 14 strategically placed cameras around the circuit that record the whole trip. Six of them have been installed in the cars. This rollercoaster reaches a height of 17 floors in just 16.5 seconds, and the descent rushes past at 110 miles per hour, while you listen to your favourite music.