It was first reported yesterday on the Inside Universal forums that The Eighth Voyage of Sindbad stunt show at IslandsRead more
When Islands of Adventure first opened in 1999, The Lost Continent was considered one of the high points of the park. Inside the area was the thrilling Dueling Dragons coasters and the popular Mythos Restaurant. Back then, The Lost Continent focused on three old legends – Atlantis, Merlin and Sinbad. Now, The Lost Continent is but a shadow of its old self with the only attractions being Poseidon’s Fury and The Eighth Voyage of Sinbad Stunt Show making it more or less a necessary path to get to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. However, there is some unique shopping and dining that keeps the land afloat.
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Mythos is the signature dining experience at Islands of Adventure located in The Lost Continent. The themes from the landRead more
Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure beat out the other Central Florida theme parks to be considered the top theme parkRead more
For some folks planning a trip to Central Florida, the Disney Universe (parks, hotels, Downtown Disney/Disney Springs) can consume everyRead more
In this episode, we put the attractions of Universal Orlando up against each other to decide which ones are theRead more
In this episode, we briefly discuss each area, attraction, shop and restaurant at Islands of Adventure as part of ourRead more
It would be great if Universal Orlando could do no wrong, but sometimes they miss the mark. However, it’s alsoRead more
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