Saturday, 23 August 2014

Exploring The World of Diagon Alley

 I do not mean to scare you on this post by welcoming you into Diagon Alley with this Dragon ready to charge you out of town. This Dragon is right on top of Gringotts Bank at the newly opened Diagon Alley in the Universal Studios Orlando, Florida. This is one half of the newly opened The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at the Universal Studios. Every little details on the windows, doors, door knobs, the store signs, lamp posts are so authenthic to the world of Harry Potter. It was like entering his World full of wizardry and weird stuff. Overall, I loved it! It can scare a young child but let them explore slowly like we did with wonder and amazement. Then suddenly, you will understand and be part of the World of Harry Potter. But watch out! You will never know who you will encounter next! 
 This Dragon will show off his heat with fire!
 The Banker of the Gringotts Bank.
 All in gold. There are vaults inside which you will have to explore through the most thrilling ride that you will have to line up for 150 minutes of your life. The best ride ever in the World! 
 Look who is watching you?
 There are medusa fountain and witches around.
 There was a line up to buy your magic wand. 
Here are the wood selections for your magic wand.
As the saying goes, it is not you who choose the wand, the wand will choose you.

This store is the Weasley's Wizard Wheezes inspired by the Weasley's Twins.
Would you like to try this?
The Knight Bus was the purple triple-decker bus that was the emergency transport of the wizards especially Harry.
Looks like we were in London. Watch out next week for our adventure on the Hogswarts Express. Boarding Soon!

Have a wonderful weekend!

14 comments:

  1. Amazing photos dear !!
    xoxo

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  2. Oh wow Pamela, now I want to go there so bag, how amazing! Did the children scare of it? Im totally enchanted, I want the magic wand now!:) Have a lovely weekend, many kisses! xo

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  3. Fantastic photos, Pamela!!!

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  4. You are right, this looks so authentic and I'm sure the wands are very popular. Nosebleed nougat , not sure I would choose that in spite of my sweet tooth!

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  5. I have read all the HP books and I would have enjoyed this experience very much!

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  6. Wow.... this Place is fantastic!!!
    Amazing pics!!!
    Kisses darling!!!
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  7. That place is fantastic and looks really authentic :)

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  8. VERY Jealous- can't wait to make it there one day!
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  9. Awesome place, everything there looks fabulous!

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  10. Pamela, this is absolutely spectacular! They left no detail unturned. I am in love with the Weasley's shop and windows. My mouth is literally on the floor right now. I wouldn't have any money because I would buy everything. HaHaH

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  11. Love it, looks so amazing!! I would spend a lot of time here :)) xx

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  12. When I read the Harry Potter books I used to imagine what it would look like, so this is beyond cool to me

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