After lunch, we pretty much spent our time roaming around Hogsmeade. The place's so charming, I wouldn't mind living here. Really. I think they pretty much have almost all the stores that are in the books and they all decorated prettily too. Here's the last set of the photos.
Of course on of the things that you should probably do when you're in Hogsmeade is to try the famous Butterbeer. I'm always curious to know how this drink would taste, and it was goood. First thing first though, although it's called Butterbeer, it's a non-alcoholic drinks. They have two kinds of Butterbeer—cold or frozen. The cold Butterbeer was served with ice and the frozen Butterbeer was served just like a slush drink with froth on top. The taste? It tasted like cream soda and butterscotch and it wasn't bad at all. I liked the frozen Butterbeer better than the cold one and I even got seconds (I blame it on the hot weather :p).
Also, we met Ollivander (or at least the Ollivander who was on shift at the time) of the Ollivanders—Makers of Fine Wands. Watched him do his things where he helped an audience to picked her perfect wand. The experience was pretty cool.
And this wraps up my Universal Studio adventure. Next up for my travel series will be the Disneyworld adventure. And so the theme parks hopping will continue :) Stay tuned.