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Trip to Universal and Legoland, Florida

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I am planning a trip for my family to Universal and Legoland in Orlando for next year, in mid September. We visited Disneyworld two years ago and did not include any other park but Disney's.
My first question is if two days for visiting each park (Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and Legoland) is right, or if it is too much. I know my daughter will be thrilled with Harry Potter World and Legoland, but I don't know if two days is too much for Universal Studios.
And the second question is if it is really convenient to stay in an inside hotel, such as we did in Disneyworld.
Thank you very much for your advice, I need it so much!
Ana =)

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