PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando 7/21/20 (Breakfast at the Leaky Cauldron, Sinks Installed Inside Central Park Crêpes, Theming Added to the Tribute Store, and More)
We arrived bright and early to Universal Orlando, ready for an exciting day looking for more Halloween Horror Nights prep. As soon as we arrived, we noticed that more theming has been added around the entrance of the Halloween Horror Nights 30 Tribute Store.
The additional details give off a slightly different vibe than we initially anticipated, but we’re still just speculating. We can’t wait for more!
This is looking like a Spongebob Squarepants scare zone.
There were plenty of virtual line times on the app this morning for Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure.
Since we’re here early, we decided to make our way to Diagon Alley for breakfast at the Leaky Cauldron. This is a great way to start your day, especially if you’re taking advantage of Early Park Admission at Universal Studios Florida. We went with the American Breakfast, which consists of scrambled eggs, bacon, link sausage, potatoes, and a buttered croissant.
When placing a mobile order, we were able to see the entire selection of beverages included in the price of your breakfast. Looking at these options, the best value would be to choose one of the specialty beverages, such as a regular or frozen Butterbeer. Naturally, we went with a Butterbeer to go with our breakfast.
The ducklings of Men in Black were enjoying their morning stroll with mom.
Retro buttons have finally been restocked at multiple locations at Universal Studios Florida.
We decided to take the Hogwarts Express from Universal Studios Florida to Islands of Adventure. It was so quiet and empty in the queue, there wasn’t even anyone around to watch walk through the wall. No complaints about the low crowds today.
We decided to stop and take a ride on the High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride in Seuss Landing.