Tuesday, November 22, 2011

What a wonderful day! Legoland Florida

Since both of our boys had birthdays this month, we minimized their gifts and treated them to a day at Legoland in Winter Park, Florida.
Luckily, we had BOGO Adult/Child codes, so all 3 boys got in free (my youngest is only 2, so he was under the paying age limit).

We are lucky to live only about 2 hours from the Orlando area, so Legoland was just a day trip.
After some minor traffic delays, we arrived safely. My brother came along, he's a big kid anyway.

The layout was good and there are TONS (and I mean TONS) for kids. We didn't get to half of the things we'd like to get to. One reason is because it was packed. I mean 45 minute lines for a 1 minute ride long.

Each of the boys got to ride some great rides. There are roller coasters for many age ranges (36" and up) and really, if your are 3-6, you are in luck because they really cater to those kids with the amount of rides for them.

The food prices resembled Disney, with $11.00 buying 2 Gatorade's, a Pepsi, and a water, seemed a little too much to me. The park is spacious. Restrooms were readily available and not too packed. They did have "carnival type" games which do not carry carnival prices. Avoid them if you can.

Overall, we had a great time and would definitely return!

Anth with the Lego Hero Factory Bionicle guy (yes, it was a person in a suit)

Luke's turn.

Anth was funny before the Knight's ride.

CJ playing in the Duplo area

The end of a long day, but always do a family picture when we go to theme parks!

Legoland has replicas of many cities. This is The Mirage from the huge Vegas are they had.

CJ and hubby outside of Coastersauraus

Leaving Legoland for the day!

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