Disney Vs. Universal: Dueling Rides Duke It Out

Disney Vs. Universal: Dueling Rides Duke It Out

Many people who love Disney World state categorically that they probably would hate Universal Studio and Islands of Adventure. They claim there would be no “pixie dust” and that the theming and attractions would be inferior.

At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the guide will take you through the costuming department where most of the cast costumes are made. You probably never imagined that they use computers to create the costumes. They do.

The animatronic dinosaur suppliers shopping is small town like in atmosphere and surrounds the park. The architecture is creative (a blend of Mediterranean, Spanish, and Colonial styles) and the shops are organized by theme (children, teen, adult, etc.) Opened in 2009, this is one of the newest malls in town and comes with 3 garages for plenty of free covered parking. (Quaint street parking inside the mall is metered.) The store selection includes everything you’d expect in a mall, plus a grocery store, with plenty to keep the children busy while you’re browsing. There is also a modern 18 screen movie theater for enjoying the latest shows.

Other scenes in the display include a farm-ranch setting (Don’t miss Elmo as a roping cowboy), a Miss Piggy tribute with a room dedicated to all things Miss Piggy and a restaurant featuring animal customers and bears as the maitre ‘d and waiter.

Barbie’s Pink 3 Story Dream Townhouse will appeal to any little girl. This amazing 3 foot house comes completely furnished. It includes five rooms: bedroom, kitchen, living room, bathroom, and dining area. Some of its special features include: a working jacuzzi, crackling fireplace, flushing sound for the toilet, working elevator, and a sounding door bell. Your little girl will live out her dreams in this Barbie Dream House. This toy is intended for ages 3 years and up.

It was planned to close the famous circus at the end of the 1990 season and replace it with an animatronic attraction. Public opinion and the fact the full size animatronic dinosaur were not ready meant the circus continued.

For boys in transition, between six and eight, the Optimus Prime Voice Changer Helmet may be a huge smash. It speaks and makes sounds and, of course, allows its wearer to play the ultimate role-playing game. The helmet retails for $29.99.

It doesn’t cost a bomb. Who say’s fun has to be expensive? At a mere $110, (even lesser in some regions) Big Foot the monster is not only great fun it is also great value for money. Not that the kinds are bothered about money, they just want Big Foot!

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