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July 8, 2009
From journal Jam-Packed Family Trip to San Diego
April 17, 2007
From journal San Diego Adventures
February 11, 2006
From journal October--Marine Layer in the San Diego Area
February 7, 2005
From journal Weekend in San Diego/Carlsbad
September 14, 2005
From journal A Week of Adventure in Southern California
January 27, 2003
The lego cities were so amazing we could have looked at them for hours. There were so many things going on that you never knew what to look at next--just like a real town.
The rides are geared to kids and having kids create their own kind of fun . . . we must have ridden the pulley ride a dozen times, racing up and down.
From journal Grand Pacific Palisades
February 3, 2007
My kids thought Legoland was better than Disneyland. Part of that probably has to do with the fact that the lines are much, much shorter for the rides. Everything there caters to kids of all sizes. Our kids were 4 and 6 when we visited and there was nothing they could not go on. Their favorite was the Lego Driving School. They drove go karts. There were two sized tracks, one for kids under 5 and one for kids 6 and up. They even got to get their picture on a Legoland license when they were done. Miniland was a hit too. That is the display they have of things made out of legos. They had replicas of the White House, San Francisco, an Indy Speedway, New Orleans, and others. They were all very detailed.
One thing to remember for the kids in the summer is to bring their swimming suits. The Pirate area has fountains for the kids and a water play area. We did not realize the extent to which they would be able to play in the water. Legoland does sell suits and water accessories but obviously at a high price. Had we known we would have brought our suits instead of leaving them at the hotel. This area was the most crowded in the park. We also saw a pirate show here which the kids enjoyed. And best of all, the gift shops have every lego toy imaginable. There were some really cool things here that you would not find at ordinary stores.
From journal Trip to San Diego
July 31, 2006
From journal San Diego