Legoland Adventure

by Lesley Kim

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For one weekend, we met some friends at Legoland, Carlsbad, Ca., ” a 128-acre park geared specifically towards youngsters ages 2 – 12. With over 60 family rides, “hands-on” attractions and shows, LEGOLAND California provides education, adventure and fun in this first park of its kind in the United States,” (california.legoland.com)

This is my first time going to Legoland, and coming from sunny Los Angeles, I did not expect the weather to be significantly colder, especially since Carlsbad is located south of LA.

IMG_9215I was starving from the 2 hour drive from LA and the first thing I did once inside the park was snack on fresh fruit and freshly baked croissant.

IMG_9269Legoland is interactive, full of structures made of legos, kiddie rides, and water games. I thought it was pretty chilly to be playing with water, but my little one did not mind at all.

legolandlegolandlegolandlegolandlegolandIMG_9369For the night, we opted to stay at Legoland Hotel for convenience.  The room was cute, with a king sized bed in the main room and bunk beds tucked in a quaint little room.  The decor is not exactly to my taste, but I think this is the norm for hotels in most amusement parks. (We had stayed at a hotel inside Downtown Disney with similar decor.)

IMG_9370legoland hotellegolandIMG_9391legolandWe ate dinner at a nearby restaurant, BelleFleur. The food was delicious and the ambiance was a much needed change from that of an amusement park. =)

Legoland was definitely a fun experience, even better when shared with friends.

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4 comments

  1. That is one place I’ve never visited, but would like to go. Everything made out of legos, so fun!

    Love,
    Tania
    http://inspiremyfancy.blogspot.com/2013/12/pink-coat.html

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