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Published on Wednesday, 15 June 2011 13:25
This week we've got a new Islands of Adventure photo-update with some great news, involving one of the nicest attractions in the Jurassic Park area of the park: Triceratops Discovery Trail! So, let's not loose any more time, and let's start checking out the park:
The Adventure Begins:
The Port of Entry area is really one of the best-themed main streets we've ever seen:
During these hot summer months, they've added a lot of these carts, that sell not only beverages, but also other miscellaneous souvenirs:
Coca Cola is really making its way into the Universal Theme parks! I mean, they've already sponsored two quick service locations in both parks (The Watering Hole and the Earthquake-themed restaurant at US), as well as the stand that sits right in the middle of CityWalk (the huge Coke bottle, remember?):
The wait times:
Going to Seuss Landing, we see that they're working on a section of "If I ran the Zoo" play area, specifically the water section):
A look over the walls:
As you can see, the work is pretty extensive:
Some of the facades of Seuss Landing are being repainted:
Another temporary stand...
The Lost Continent:
The beverage stand that once stood here seems to be gone for good. Oh, the irony!:
Well, the location was not one of the best anyway...
Now, on to the big news... Triceratops Discovery Trail is coming back soon, and with the complete queue! When? We don't know exactly when, but it should be sooner that we think... Take a look!:
No, this is not new, but let's look over these palms:
Yes, they've removed the fence that blocked the passage to the old queue!
More work around the area:
A new path is being created on the other side:
Here's the new path, covered by foliage:
Cement will be poured soon:
Jurassic Park River Adventure is back open:
The signs are really great-looking after the refurbishment:
Big Splash, perfect for hot days!
The Pteranodon Flyers' track is too visible, in my opinion. They should add more trees:
As a storm approached, some of the rides had to close down:
The Hulk looks better than ever:
The launching tube has been repainted just recently:
Repainting in progress here too:
And that is all! Than you very much for viewing.
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