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      (IMPORTANT) What's next for our community   03/24/2016

      Today we're excited to announce the start of our new Facebook group: Universal Community by Orlando Informer. We're also announcing we're closing our forums. This is probably the hardest decision I've made so far with Orlando Informer. This week marks the 2nd anniversary of our forums. Monday will mark 2 years from when I first applied to work with Orlando Informer. I was entering a pool of over 50 applicants, didn't meet the requirements, and didn't think the odds were very high that I'd get the position of Forum Moderator. It never even crossed my mind that not only would I get the position, but that position and these forums would be the start of being able to do what I love as a fulltime job. At its core, our forums have always had two goals: A ) Help families receive specific answers to specific questions, feedback from folks who have been in their shoes, and help them maximize their investment into their vacation. B ) Build a community of people who love to visit Universal, with a foundation of respect and tolerance. I can speak for our entire team on our forums (both past and present), especially our Community Manager @Chuck Plagmann, when I say that we have devoted hours of time every day of the year working towards these two goals. We feel that we've made major strides towards both of our goals, but see the opportunity to help a significantly greater amount of people plan their vacation and add on to our established (and amazing) community. Unfortunately, as time goes on, forums like ours have a tendency to slow down and be replaced by social media. It's the cycle of life for forums. We believe that this Facebook group is the logical next step for our community. Our forums and the content within will remain browseable for the foreseeable future, however you will not be able to submit new content. Our Facebook group, Universal Community by Orlando Informer, will be curated by our same team that ran the OI Forums. @Chuck Plagmann and I will be on the group daily to provide insight and help families plan their vacation. @debi will be monitoring for any Special Needs questions. Our (very talented) authors, like @Marc N. Kleinhenz, will be on the group to talk about their latest articles and your feedback. Finally, @Park Beast will even be dropping by from time to time to talk about our weekly podcast. You can access our Facebook group by searching "Universal Community by Orlando Informer" or visiting UOR.community from any webbrowser. We know this is a substantial change from our forums, but are hopeful you'll be willing to give it a shot. Additionally, we're launching a Facebook group for Universal Hollywood: "Universal Community by California Informer" or visit USH.community. This is the end of the forums, but it is just the beginning of our community. One thing we consistently hear from members of our forums is how different our community is from some of the others found online. We are committed to maintaining this reputation in our Facebook group. I have met a countless number of people, many I call friends, from our OI Forums. I know real bonds (and even relationships) have resulted from the time spent on these forums. I'm looking forward to seeing these bonds develop and new ones form on our new outlet. Please know that this decision was not made lightly or without considering the amount of time many of you have spent on here. I fully believe this is the next step forward to growing our community and helping as many people as possible have the best trip to Universal. I'm looking forward to interacting with everyone for many years to come. As always, please don't hesitate to reach out with feedback -- taylor [at] orlandoinformer.com See you on the Facebook Group, Taylor P.S., Unlimited likes on Facebook, you can thank me in advance.
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LEGOLAND Florida: general news & updates

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I was there for the media opening event for this and I noticed that my daughter is in 2 of the pictures in your article!   ;)

 

She the little one wearing the hot pink bathing suite with matching bow.   :)   She was also the one running to each of the animals yelling and screaming each time they made their animal noises when you press the buttons.

 

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LEGOLAND ® Florida Resort to honor first responders with a free single day admission during September

 

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (August 26, 2014)—LEGOLAND ® Florida Resort is proud to once again honor police officers, fire fighters and EMS personnel with a free single day admission to the park during the month of September.  LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s special offer gives first responders a chance to experience the Park’s more than 50 rides, shows and attractions with their friends and family. 

 

The program is valid for all police officers, fire fighters, and EMS employees working in the United States.  Active and retired personnel with identification are also eligible.  Eligible personnel should present their employee ID or professional organization membership card to LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s ticket window the day they plan to visit to redeem their one free admission ticket and purchase up to four additional tickets at only $40 per ticket. Guests may upgrade to include the LEGOLAND Water Park for just $15 per person.  The offer is valid from 9/1/14-9/30/14.

 

This is the second consecutive year LEGOLAND Florida Resort has extended an offer for first responders. For more information on everything about LEGOLAND Florida Resort, please visit florida.legoland.com.

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LEGOLAND® FLORIDA Resort Introduces New Experience, Buddy’s Character Corner!

 

LEGOLAND Florida unveils ‘cool’ way for guests to meet their favorite characters in unique one-on-one experience

 

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (September 2, 2014) – Today LEGOLAND ® Florida Resort introduced a new unique and interactive way for guests to meet and mingle with their favorite LEGO ® characters, titled Buddy’s Character Corner! Based in the historic Magnolia Mansion inside the Fun Town section of LEGOLAND Florida Resort, families visiting now have the opportunity to interact and take pictures with fan-favorites Buddy, Max, the LEGO Friends and even Emmet from The LEGO® Movie, all inside the comfort of air conditioning.

 

“We are excited to finally unveil this unique experience to our fans,” said LEGOLAND Florida Resort Product Excellence Manager Phil Royle. “This gives us another way for our guests to interact with the characters here at the Park, adding to our already exciting 50 rides, shows and attractions and LEGOLAND Water Park.”

 

The experience starts as visitors enter the Magnolia Mansion, being welcomed by various characters and LEGO theming. Children and parents will then have the opportunity to take their own photos or purchase an exclusive photo with their favorite character, with unique backgrounds to choose from. The backgrounds scenes include parts from The LEGO Movie, LEGOLAND Florida Resort, LEGO Friends and various LEGO Backgrounds. Other character meet and greet opportunities still take place throughout the park.

 

The Magnolia Mansion, originally opened in 1941 and part of Cypress Gardens in various forms throughout the later 1900s, was restored in preparation of the new experience. Previously used for LEGOLAND meetings, the addition of Buddy’s Character Corner adds to attractions found under cover, and in air conditioning.

 

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The announcement comes after the Resort released information on bookings for the LEGOLAND Hotel. Opening Summer 2015, the five story LEGO® themed hotel will feature 152 brightly colored and highly themed rooms and suites, thousands of LEGO models and interactive play areas! The addition of the Hotel gives guests the opportunity to extend their stay and explore LEGOLAND Florida Resort for more than one day giving them the ultimate family experience.

 

To book your reservation to LEGOLAND Hotel and for more information on Buddy’s Character Corner, visit: www.LEGOLANDHotel.com.

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LEGOLAND® FLORIDA Resort Introduces New Experience, Buddy’s Character Corner!

 

LEGOLAND Florida unveils ‘cool’ way for guests to meet their favorite characters in unique one-on-one experience

 

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (September 2, 2014) – Today LEGOLAND ® Florida Resort introduced a new unique and interactive way for guests to meet and mingle with their favorite LEGO ® characters, titled Buddy’s Character Corner! Based in the historic Magnolia Mansion inside the Fun Town section of LEGOLAND Florida Resort, families visiting now have the opportunity to interact and take pictures with fan-favorites Buddy, Max, the LEGO Friends and even Emmet from The LEGO® Movie, all inside the comfort of air conditioning.

I love legoland but its a 3 hour drive so we stay at a hotel when we go. The closest hotel to legoland is a best western and its more like bates motel the lights flicker the roof was leacking and the tv didnt work...not to mention the horrible staff who had the "to bad so sad" expressions. Now that theres a hotel that will be owned by legoland I might be going again! It really is a very nice looking park and mini-land is just amazing!

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Celebrate the Holidays at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort  

 

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (Sept. 16, 2014)- Celebrate the holidays as a family when LEGOLAND® Florida Resort hosts its annual Christmas Bricktacular and Kids’ New Year’s Eve Bash celebrations, beginning weekends in December. From extraordinary holiday-themed LEGO® builds and models to fireworks displays that light up the night to snowfall inside the Park, LEGOLAND Florida has exciting, family-friendly activities planned for all.  

 

The Park wraps up the month-long celebration with the ultimate Kids’ New Year’s Eve Bash on Dec. 31, featuring a LEGO brick drop at 7 p.m. midnight KST, (Kid Standard Time!) to bring in the New Year. Holiday events are included with normal Park admission.

 

Christmas Bricktacular (weekends in December) activities include:

  • LEGO Santa and Reindeer Models: Families will have a photo opportunity with a life-size LEGO Santa Claus.

  • LEGO Christmas Tree: The more than 30-foot-tall LEGO Christmas tree made with a combination of 270,000 forest green LEGO and DUPLO® bricks provides the perfect place for every holiday family photo.

  • LEGO Model Build Activity: Help LEGOLAND Florida build and decorate a LEGO Christmas Tree in time for Christmas day that will stand more than 20-feet tall when completed.

  • LEGO Santa Scavenger Hunt: It’s Christmas Eve in Miniland U.S.A. and Santa is busy delivering gifts to all the good girl and boy minilanders. The whole family can enjoy searching for Santa amid the more than 30 million LEGO bricks that make up Miniland U.S.A.

  • LEGO Santa and LEGO Toy Soldier Characters: Guests will have meet and greet opportunities with LEGOLAND Florida’s special holiday friends.

  • Holiday Decorations: Guests will get into the holiday spirit with sounds of the season and holiday decorations that fill The Beginning and Fun Town areas of the Park along with a winter wonderland feel as snow falls all around them!

The fun isn’t over when Christmas comes to a close, however. LEGOLAND Florida gets the New Year’s party started early with nightly fireworks over Lake Eloise from Dec. 26-30. Watch a spectacular fireworks display with special viewing glasses that turn ordinary fireworks into the illusion of millions of exploding LEGO bricks.

 

Various generations can experience a family-friendly party together with Kids’ New Year’s Eve on Dec. 31. This grand finale features an impressive LEGO fireworks display and a chance to watch the brick drop at just the right time for kids, 7 p.m. – or - midnight KST.

 

Along with LEGOLAND Florida’s Christmas Bricktacular and Kids’ New Year’s Eve, guests can still enjoy a full day of theme park fun with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions.

 

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Advisory: Brick-or-Treat Begins This Weekend at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort

 

Celebrate Halloween at LEGOLAND Florida’s 3rd Annual Brick-or-Treat!

 

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (October 2, 2014)– Guests invade LEGOLAND® Florida Resort beginning this weekend for the kid-friendly Halloween celebration of Brick-or-Treat presented by Wells Fargo! This spooky event takes place weekends in October, featuring trick-or-treating along the brick-or-treat trail, super brick build activities, the largest LEGO® Jack-O-Lantern in the world, Halloween entertainment and an all-kids costume contest with brick-tastic prizes!

 

What: LEGOLAND Florida is hosting its third-annual Brick-or-Treat celebration, running each weekend in October. Activities include:

  • LEGO Ghost Build – Kids can help build an 8’ tall super brick ghost model
  • LEGO Scary Scavenger Hunt in Miniland- Families can venture through Miniland searching for Ghost models to unscramble the secret word. All participants can enter for a chance to win LEGO prizes and tickets to LEGOLAND Florida!
  • Brick-or-Treat Trail- New this year, limited quantities of a special commemorative LEGO brick will be distributed on the Brick-or-Treat Trail! Children can trick-or-treat on the Brick-or-Treat Trail- gathering goodies, delicious treats and other surprises. This kid-sized cul-de-sac trail features several LEGO-themed treat stations and offers a safe, fun and entertaining trick-or-treating experience.
  • Emmet’s ‘Everything is Awesome’ Costume Contest- The LEGO® Movie’s own Emmet will make a special appearance at the Wells Fargo 4D Theater for each contest. LEGOLAND Costume Contest is grouped into the following categories:
  1. 0-4 years
  2. 5-7 years
  3. 8-12 years
  • Meet & Greet with new LEGO Halloween Characters
  • Dance Party at the end of each night
  • Photo opportunities with the largest LEGO pumpkin in the world

Where: LEGOLAND Florida | One LEGOLAND Way, Winter Haven, FL, 33884 |

 

When: LEGOLAND Florida will have extended hours throughout the celebration during weekends in October. Please visit Florida.LEGOLAND.com for exact times.

 

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Free Admission for Military Veterans at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Nov 1-23, 2014


WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (October 14, 2014) – LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is proud to offer free admission to military veterans of the United States Armed Forces with appreciation days leading up to Thanksgiving in the month of November. From Nov. 1-23, veterans will receive free admission to LEGOLAND Florida, along with 50 percent off tickets for up to six accompanying guests to experience the Park’s more than 50 rides, shows and attractions.

“We are proud to honor our Veterans here at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort,” said LEGOLAND Florida Resort General Manager Adrian Jones. “This is a great way for LEGOLAND Florida to say ‘thank you’ to our military men and women for their service.”

To redeem the free admission, veterans can present their military ID to LEGOLAND Florida’s ticket window the day they plan to visit. This is the second year the Park has offered this special military offer.

There will also be special additions to the Park on Nov. 10 in celebration of Veterans Day, including:
- Veterans are invited to open the Park with a celebration
- Guests can build a LEGO® American flag mural
- Veterans receive a 20 percent discount on select retail and food beverage items
 
LEGOLAND Florida Resort also honors all active duty military members with free admission. Military personnel including the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reservists are entitled to free single day admission to LEGOLAND Florida and the LEGOLAND Water Park (open seasonally). Family and friends of military personnel also receive substantial discounts on admission tickets and should make purchases in advance through participating military base ticket offices.

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Celebrate the Holidays at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort

 

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WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (November 10, 2014) - Celebrate the holidays as a family when LEGOLAND® Florida Resort hosts its annual Christmas Bricktacular and Kids’ New Year’s Eve celebrations, beginning weekends in December. Visitors can participate in extraordinary holiday-themed LEGO® builds, interact with LEGO Santa and LEGO Toy Soldier Characters and experience snow falling down on Fun Town.  Nightly fireworks begin on Dec. 26 and will last until the end of the year.  LEGOLAND Florida is an exciting, family-friendly place to spend the holiday season. 

 

The Park wraps up the month-long celebration with the ultimate Kids’ New Year’s Eve Celebration on Dec. 31, featuring a LEGO brick drop at 7 p.m. midnight KST, (Kid Standard Time!) to bring in the New Year. Holiday events are included with normal Park admission.

 

Christmas Bricktacular (weekends in December) activities include:

  • LEGO Christmas Tree: The more than 30-foot-tall LEGO Christmas tree made with a combination of 270,000 forest green LEGO and DUPLO® bricks provides the perfect place for every holiday family photo.
  • LEGO Santa and LEGO Toy Soldier Characters: Guests will have meet and greet opportunities with LEGOLAND Florida’s special holiday friends.
  • LEGO Model Build Activity: Help LEGOLAND Florida build and decorate a LEGO Christmas Tree in time for Christmas day that will stand more than 20-feet tall when completed.
  • LEGO Santa and Reindeer Models: Families will have a photo opportunity with a life-size LEGO Santa Claus.
  • LEGO Santa Scavenger Hunt: It’s Christmas Eve in Miniland U.S.A. and Santa is busy delivering gifts to all the good girl and boy Minilanders. The whole family can enjoy searching for Santa amid the more than 30 million LEGO bricks that make up Miniland U.S.A.
  • Holiday Decorations: Guests will get into the holiday spirit as they are surrounded by the sounds, sights, and even the feel of the season as snow falls all around them in Fun Town!
  • Nightly Fireworks: Beginning Dec. 26- Dec. 30, a fireworks show will provide nightly entertainment over Lake Eloise beginning at 7 p.m.

Kids’ New Year’s Eve (December 31) activities include:

  • LEGOLAND Fireworks Display: Watch a spectacular fireworks display with special viewing glasses that turn ordinary fireworks into the illusion of millions of exploding LEGO bricks.
  • LEGO Brick Drop:  Watch the brick drop at just the right time for kids: 7 p.m. – or - midnight KST.

Along with LEGOLAND Florida’s Christmas Bricktacular and Kids’ New Year’s Eve, guests can still enjoy a full day of theme park fun with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions. 

 

Visit with paid admission now through Dec. 27, 2014, and receive a free return visit Jan. 1- Feb. 28, 2015!

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LEGOLAND® FLORIDA RESORT offers Hotel guests a free second day

 

Special offer for pre-booking at LEGOLAND® Hotel, opening summer 2015

 

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WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (December 2, 2014) –  Guests who book a stay at LEGOLAND® Hotel at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort by Christmas day will get more brick for their buck.

 

Just in time for the holidays, LEGOLAND Florida Resort is offering a package deal which includes a free second day plus Resort Hopper upgrade with a pre-booked room at LEGOLAND Hotel. 

 

The five story LEGO® themed Hotel will feature 152 brightly colored and highly themed rooms and suites, thousands of LEGO models and interactive play areas! The addition of the Hotel gives guests the opportunity to extend their stay and explore LEGOLAND Florida Resort for more than one day giving them the ultimate family experience.

 

Booking is now open from June 15, 2015-January 31, 2016 at Florida.LEGOLAND.com.

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I've only been here once, anyone like it?

I love LegoLand its such a laid-back park and the mini-land is just fantastic. I have been 3 times and loved it each time I went.

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So, we just returned from 10 days in the Orlando area (Mom, Dad, 6 & 9 year old boys)...stayed at Bahama Bay in a condo but had a decent deal and decided we would also book the LEGOLAND Hotel for one night as Tuesday and Wednesday nights after Labour Day are only $137 + tax inc the resort fee for the basic room. The Park is actually closed those days but we decided to stay Wednesday night and do the Park on Thursday. The LEGO Movie picked the right word AWESOME for it's catch phrase because the Hotel is Awesome and more...

Check-in is at 4 pm but we arrived around 2:30 and our room was ready. We chose the Basic Adventure theme room on the 5th floor since the only difference from the next step up seemed to be wallpaper in the parent's part of the room. The price of the night included:
- Parking (for both the night and all the next day in the park) = typically $17/day
- In room scavenger hunt leading to a treasure in a Lego safe guarded b a Lego Monkey; 2 Organic apple juices, 2 Lego Mixel kits, 2 LEGOLAND Hotel Lanyards, and 2 activity books
- In room toiletries were from the Honest Company! => impressed me

- 6 bottles of kid-size water and a Keurig machine with 6 pods

- Zero entry Pool (max. depth 4 feet in the middle and 3 feet on the other end) with floating foam Lego bricks and 3 life guards, towels were conveniently down by the pool => my son built a dragon that he could climb up into and walk around the water and surprise people with..lol

- The Lego Movie (of course!) could be played in the room for free on either or both of two TVs or there were pay movies too

- A Master Builder class where both boys could keep the Koala bear model they built (max. 12 kids at a time but 4-5 classes a day)

- A Lego model building competition daily where the kids build and present a model for display in the lobby and a chance to win honors of builder of the day => my boys built a monster and a ferry boat; they left the ferry boat on display in the lobby when we woke, oldest was so proud!

- A PJ party with Lego characters => A knight, Princess Gwendolyn, and two Friends' girls playing freeze dance, tag, contests, etc.

- A LEGOLAND Times newspaper was delivered to the room in the morning telling us of the latest happenings in the hotel and park

- Last, but not least, full, hot buffet breakfast for all of us including made to order omelets (or any eggs), smoked salmon, cream cheese, bagels, toast, muffins, oatmeal, homemade pancakes and waffles, milks, juices, smoothies, yogurt, coffees, teas, bacon, sausages, fruits, cheeses, biscuits, etc., etc., etc. and a bacon stealing pirate to get our son to eat more! => Buffet supper was $50 so I imagine the cost is comparable.

- Oh, and I guess the buffet wasn't last, there was early admission to the park at 9:30 rather than 10 included as well.

 

So, we were greatly impressed with the whole Hotel and to top it all off, Lego models were everywhere. In just the lobby area alone there were two giant brick pits and a huge castle with a carpeted moat and a giant troll; tables in the Skyline Lounge lobby bar had lego pits to build with, a complete 'skyline' built out of Legos...even a model of the new Orlando Eye...the wall behind the desk was covered in minifigures. There was a child's height vanity in the lobby bathroom that dished out compliments to "the pretty princess using the mirror" or "the girl with the fabulous hair".

 

The elevator was an experience in itself. The waiting area had an in-floor whoopee cushion and a voice saying, "Was that you? Did you do that?" everytime someone jumped on it! Once you were inside and the doors closed, a disco dance party started with strobe lights and a gel floor that squished with your footprints. It was delightful. Every floor has a greeter related to its theme when the doors open again. Ours had a Lego adventurer asking us for help in finding the stolen treasure.

 

The theming is carried out into the hallways, walls, and doors with carpets, paints, and wallpapers. 1st floor is reception, lobby, gift shop, Bricks Pizza & Pasta Buffet, Skyline Lounge, pool access, Lego Club room, and Master Builder classroom, 2nd floor has Friends' room and extra kingdom and pirate rooms, 3rd floor is kingdoms, 4th floor is pirates, 5th floor is adventure-themed. The suites on the ends have balconies.

 

Supper wasn't included and cost approx. $50 in the Bricks Pizza and Buffet restaurant. The pizza, pastas, and soups offered was average; apparently, in the busy seasons they have a full buffet with chicken, pork, and beef too. The desserts though were awesome - brownies, cookies, soft serve sundaes, lemon squares, tiramisu, jell-o, fruit, chocolate and white cakes, and more.

 

We've been to LEGOLAND twice before in May/June, so we only opted for one day in the park as the waterpark was closed during the week and the boys know what rides they want to do; usually we do two days. On this Thursday in September, it was like we had the park to ourselves for the most part. All the rides were walk on and stay on for as long as we wanted. Consequently, Dragon, Coastersaurus, Project X, Flight school, were done at least 4 times each. We got soaked in Chima land. The boys raced cars in the Imagination Zone and had a class in programming a robot to complete a space mission. The new Friends' Heartlake City looked wonderful but as it was 'girly' and the new ride required 48" my boys wouldn't go there (my 6 yr old is still 45"). 

 

We ate at the new City Burger place and here's where another wonderful thing happened. As we placed our order, our youngest noticed a red button on the counter and went mad pressing it. We were telling him to stop and all of a sudden, bells and lights and whistles went off. He had won a free meal for us and as the server saw my older son's birthday button, she brought free frozen yogurt to the table for them both! It was fantastic.

 

So, to sum it up...out of 10 days, well 8 due to late arrivals and early departures on travel days, in the hot Florida sunshine, the day and a half in Winter Haven were the absolute highlights. It's all the boys talk about. The BB resort in Davenport was nice but further away from Orlando than we thought...condo, pools and hot tubs were clean and gave the boys lots of swimming/snorkeling practice...splash pad nice though more for younger kids...Cenote Spa did a good pedicure...the bartenders were nice, smoothies huge, and nachos great...we saw a Black snake for the first time and caught lizards. It only poured rain one afternoon but it was while we were at Universal. We spent a day and a half at Universal but despite low crowds, we still had to wait sometimes and the kids needed to be convinced to go on half the rides we did (and only wanted to do them once) as they were afraid or some of the themes were not relevant to them yet. They loved Curious George, Animal Actors, Hippogriff, Pteranadon Flyers, the giant pink donut snack, and MIB. Because of a birthday button, we got into early entry at IOA and the bday boy was chosen for Animal Actors. My Muggle husband could care less for the WWoHP though he thought Gringott's was a good ride but the Hogwart's Express was too fake.title=" :(" />  The Monster Book of Monsters and Nagini have taken up new residences here as new favorite possessions and were needed as bribes.


 

But, we are all Lego fans so this was great...they want to spend the whole vacation next time at LEGOLAND and skip anything else.

 

 

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I hope LEGOLAND's good to them today! If you're reading this Maureen - press the button in the burger joint REPEATEDLY! Lol

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I hope LEGOLAND's good to them today! If you're reading this Maureen - press the button in the burger joint REPEATEDLY! Lol

I tweeted her your comment!!

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So, we just returned from 10 days in the Orlando area (Mom, Dad, 6 & 9 year old boys)...stayed at Bahama Bay in a condo but had a decent deal and decided we would also book the LEGOLAND Hotel for one night as Tuesday and Wednesday nights after Labour Day are only $137 + tax inc the resort fee for the basic room. The Park is actually closed those days but we decided to stay Wednesday night and do the Park on Thursday. The LEGO Movie picked the right word AWESOME for it's catch phrase b

 

But, we are all Lego fans so this was great...they want to spend the whole vacation next time at LEGOLAND and skip anything else.

 

That all sounds Super Fun!

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