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lalley7
01-06-2009, 06:58 AM
I'm getting a little nervous about which park to choose. I've made plans to go to Universal for a day but I'm wondering if there will be anything for us to do. I will not ride anything that's fast or spins. My kids 21 and 18 don't like roller coasters and the 21 yr old can't tolerate anything that spins either. I will ride most of the rides at disney (we all do). I was so excited about going to universal because we have never been there but now I'm wondering if we'll have anything to do..Please help with any advise.

Metro West
01-06-2009, 07:05 AM
I'm getting a little nervous about which park to choose. I've made plans to go to Universal for a day but I'm wondering if there will be anything for us to do. I will not ride anything that's fast or spins. My kids 21 and 18 don't like roller coasters and the 21 yr old can't tolerate anything that spins either. I will ride most of the rides at disney (we all do). I was so excited about going to universal because we have never been there but now I'm wondering if we'll have anything to do..Please help with any advise. In that case, I would stick with the Studios. IOA has some great rides but probably not as many to do considering the issues you described. With the exception of ROTM and The Simpsons, you guys could do just about everything else without too much trouble.

lalley7
01-06-2009, 07:07 AM
thanks for the input, I was just starting to get nervous about spending all that money on tickets and then finding out there would be nothing that any of us wanted to do.

Metro West
01-06-2009, 07:10 AM
thanks for the input, I was just starting to get nervous about spending all that money on tickets and then finding out there would be nothing that any of us wanted to do.I would check the website and look at the interactive map. ROTM, The Simpsons and MIB are the only rides you guys might have issues with.

palm715
01-08-2009, 03:23 PM
Having just gone to Universal and IOA for my first time this December, I would second Universal as a great choice. I think the themeing at Universal is very unique and just darn attractive. It has lots of details to notice and enjoy. We also enjoyed the "spontaneous" (i.e. you don't have to stand in a line to experience it) entertainment offered around the park... everything from the Blues Brothers to magic shows to break dancers.

Enjoy!