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From the pictures, it looks like you had an incredible day at Universal. Your detailed account of your family's adventures makes me feel like going too, from enjoying Butterbeer at the Three Broomsticks to braving the exhilarating roller coasters and water rides. It's impressive how you managed to make the most of your time in both parks, even with the changing weather conditions.

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Your post reminded me of my first trip to Disneyland back when I was 10. I was the only one in my family who voted for Universal, as I wanted to 'Live the Movies'. So had to wait another 10 years to discover some movie mag8c. But yeah, the House of the Mouse was still a nice experience.

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This post brought back happy memories, in a bittersweet sort of way. I visited Universal Studios in LA with my dad, aunt, uncle and cousin when I was 15. All the rides and attractions seem to have changed, as one would expect. It was great fun, and very educational. I have looked at all the photos from that visit and we all look really happy. Why bittersweet? Because I'm the only one still alive! Anyway, it looks like y'all had a great time, Sarah, thanks for sharing it with us. Your post has made me want to revisit πŸ˜€

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