on April 17, 2007
COST: One admission per GO San Diego cardholder per day is included in cost of card. However, normal costs for 2-day passes are $69/adult and $56/child. GETTING THERE FROM DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO: You can purchase two round-trip coaster train tickets right outside the Santa Fe Depot (at intersection of C Street & Kettner Blvd.) for $22. Fare includes transfer to Breeze Bus #344 at Carlsbad Village Station. Coaster took 50 minutes, but offers incredible views of the CA coastline and avoids traffic. Be sure to exit promptly as it follows the schedule closely. Bus trip takes 20 minutes. (Compare to taxi of $150.) GENERAL IMPRESSIONS: Legoland is ideal for younger kids aged 4-13 years with themed attractions geared to this age group and with most rides having minimum height requirements between 34” – 40”, depending on whether the child is riding alone or with a parent. My 7 year old daughter liked that she could go on all of the rides that she wanted. We generally avoided going on rides in the Pirate Shores area since we would certainly get wet, and I thought the weather was too cool to be walking around with wet clothes (60 F). The water rides and water fountains were happily enjoyed by other guests, however. The park itself is clean and colorful, and the staff helpful and friendly. It truly felt like you were in a land made of Legos. Even adults were impressed by the amazing cities and monuments in miniature.
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