I'm inclined to think those stairs are for the transition from the queue to the load station. Bowser's stairs would likely be on the second floor, right after you enter the castle. Some of the videos of this room have light bleed that seems to come from outside as well.So with the pictures of the queue from Osaka's version of the Mario Kart ride now officially out there, I want to talk about the staircase with the Bowser statue for a bit.
I just realized that staircase might be in Hollywood's queue as well. I forget if it was shown in a previous photo update, but I know I had a photo of it myself. It's in the center left:
Thoughts? The only thing that has me unsure is that I've never been to a Universal park other than Hollywood, so I have no idea if the queues for any of the cloned rides are almost the same. I'm not a layout expert either.
Ground floor - catwalks - queue. Technically you could call that 3 levels, but I’ve always considered the catwalks as part of the ride level.I might be confused, but isn't the ride entrance on the second story and the main ride on the ground floor? If so, where would you be going upstairs?
I’ve been planning a trip to Japan once we’re good to travel again and found the average RT flight to Tokyo from LAX was around $900. Anything less than $500 seems like such a steal! Funny to be planning this while USH is just a few minutes down the road.Cuz why not lol. I'm just thinking nightmare nightmare nightmare. Prices are incredible now. I need a travel agent
I just feel like covid owes me this trip at such an amazing rate lol! If we can even get in! And yes last I checked before the pandemic. $1200!!!I’ve been planning a trip to Japan once we’re good to travel again and found the average RT flight to Tokyo from LAX was around $900. Anything less than $500 seems like such a steal! Funny to be planning this while USH is just a few minutes down the road.