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Universal Florida in One Day?

After having visited Disneyworld several times, we decided we would have a look at the Universal parks while passing through Orlando in the next few weeks. Unfortunately we have only one day available for amusement parks and we will be staying off site.

We have 2 kids, ages 9 and 12, and want to know what the best plan of action is. Is it possible to see both parks in one day and hit the main attractions or is that overkill? If its a bad idea, which park is the best bet for a great day for all four of us?

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