>I know these questions get asked a lot. But, I was able to get one of
>those mega deals on SWA airlines and I am going from Cincinnati, Ohio
>I want to go to SFMM and Universal.
>I will be there October 27 through october 30. I know SFMM is listed
>being open from 10 to 6, do they have any halloween nights?
>And, is Universal Studios similar to Orlando? Is it an all day thing?
>And, do they have horror nights? Can I just go to ride Jurasic
>And, I also, in that short amount of time, plan on driving to
>NV for Desparado. Does anyone know how late that ride is open?
Can't help much about SFMM...even though I was just there...but as for
Universal it is quite different that the 1 in Orlando....the main
difference is that at Universal Hollywood...almost everything is on the
Tram ride...Such as earthquake, king kong, jaws...taking away all those
seperate waits at Universal Orlando. The Tram is a must see w/ a wait
of usually between 30-60 mins..but the line never stops moving and the
area is covered and has MISTERs (lil' water jets) 2 keep u cool. When
I went I was surprised becuase I did almost all of the shows which was
strange because I NEVER go to shows. Waterworld stuntshow is a must see
and IMO better than the movie...only downside is you have to get there
an hour early for good seats and 1/2 hour early for ANY seats...Animal
actors is cool...Wild west stuntshow is ok...
First of all get there as soon as the park opens..ride back to the
future twice w/ almost no wait then get in line to go down to "The
studio Center"which opens an hour after the park..(the entrance is
right by BTTF) As soon as they let you down I would run straight to JP
and do that a couple times because the line can be hours long..Go on
ET, backdraft and see the "in the movies shoew"(or something like
that)This should bring you to around 1PM..go back up to the top, do
the tour and see Waterworld. And for dinner...KWGB, the world's
greatest burgers is on the city walk and has excellent burgers &
Hope this helps..