Did I hear one of the portraits say that you had to take off glasses? I hope that just means sunglasses, I want to be able to see when I ride it! :o) Can’t wait to hear a review once you get to have a go!
The ride is supposed to whip you around pretty well, so I’d imagine that glasses could potentially fly off your face. I haven’t been on it yet though to say for sure.
Today Sunday May 30th, My mother showed me the local version of PARADE magazine and she asked if I had heard about the new Harry Potter Theme park. She was surprised about its mere existence. I laughed to myself and had to explain that thanks mostly to ITM and a few other net sources, that I had already toured most of the area via video and pictures. I know that being there is a totally different experience but until I make it from West Texas to Florida, ITM’s electronic eyes will be more than enough to satisfy my WWOHP curiosity.
Keep up the Great work,
And Thanks to Ricky @ITM for the awesome coverage.
I’m glad you’ve been enjoying it! 🙂
You’ve done a truly stunning job of pulling all these videos and pics together, Ricky. I appreciate how much time and effort it takes – so thanks for sharing it all with us.
It looks like Universal has done a great job of exploiting the Potter world – as it had to, the license can’t have come cheap. A bit shocked by how short Flight of the Hippogriff is, though (never got to ride it when it was Flight of the Unicorn) – can see some disappointed folks getting off that if they have to queue for any period of time.
While Flight of the Hippogriff is a very short ride, it’s still fun and offers fantastic views of the area. Families can ride together and the walk past Hagrid’s hut and seeing Buckbeak make it worthwhile.
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