Stan's Mom, Dad, and sister Susan with her kids came out to see us and go to Legoland. We had such a wonderful time together and we all enjoyed Legoland. Here we are in our St. Patrick's Day Greens.
Stan beside this Lego Dragon.
Julia's favorite ride. She did this slide over and over again. See the "bag" her feet are in? She carried it all by herself all the way up the stairs and did the "Dune Raider"
Stan by King Tut. We rode the fun Lost Kingdom Adventure inside of it. During the ride you have guns to shoot targets- I beat Stan!
Watching the Funtown Fire Station Show. The kids just loved it- and the boys got wet!
Susan, Eliza, Audrey, Grandma with sleeping Julia, and Granddaddy in the dry section.
With the Funtown Firefighters- a dream come true for our Eliza (future firefighter)
Israel flying a plane- check out that happy face.
Eliza and I flying. Eliza's loved the roller coasters- especially the Dragon (which was my favorite as well) She also got did the Jousting Ride (she named her horse Squirt. Sadly Stan and the camera were elsewhere, so I couldn't get her picture, but she was loving every second.
Julia in her helicopter.
We just loved our Legoland time. We could have spent days here. So much to do.
Somehow we didn't get a picture of our favorite "ride" doing the Fun Town Fire Acadamy. We had to propel the firetruck down the track by pumping a level and steering, then aim the hoses as your teammates pumped the fire hydrant. It was seriously hard work. My arms were tired from all the pumping- especially since Stan and I did it 3 times (and finally won)
If you ever come to S. CA and have young kids- this is definately the place to go. Tons of fun activity centers (lots of water play). Once kids are 11 it is probably not as cool, but for the group we had, it was perfect:) A big selling point for me was that all the people we saw were families, no teenagers just haning out and cutting lines. It was really nice and safe feeling.
Legoland gets and A+.
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