The second side of the Harry Potter World (actually the first part that was built) is the village of Hogsmeade.
To get from Diagon Alley to Hogsmeade we had to ride the rails...The Hogwarts Express!
We went to King's Cross Station and hopped aboard.
And here we are in Hogsmeade, with it's little shops and crooked chimneys.
And there is Hogwarts in the distance. There is a ride in that castle. I was able to "walk through" the castle, and then at the very end (before the ride) they showed me to the exit. I thought that was real nice for those of us who don't like the ride part.
Another shot of Honeydukes candy shop.
Inside Honeydukes is pretty magical! Look at all of the goodies!
We ate breakfast Sunday morning at the Three Broomsticks Restaurant.
None of us were brave enough to try the "English Breakfast". We were hungry, so we ordered the more familiar foods that made up the "American breakfast". We sat outside, it was such a lovely day!
On the bridge into Hogsmeade. The sky was a beautiful blue!
And that was Hogsmeade. We traveled back and forth between the two Harry Potter parks quite a bit.
Next up I'll share some misc. things around the park.
Until another day, have a happy day!