Thought a day at Legoland with 2 Lego enthusiasts would be a good day. We weren't sure what to expect of the park. It's definitely geared towards younger kids.
Ashton loved all the Lego statues all over the park. She'd run up to get her picture taken with almost each and every one of them.
The park did have a carousel ride, which of course we had to go on. It was neat because it was a 2 story ride, but there was no music, and they made you take off your hat and sunglasses so they didn't fall off. We found out they did this for every ride.
We did the beetle drop ride behind the camel. Ashton really didn't care much for that ride. But she loved the laser gun ride next door!
Of course the Star Wars build outs were a hit. Fun to see.
Ashton loved the car.
Ashton was scared to go on a roller coaster and we had to walk back off after getting next in line to get on the ride. But we talked her into it, after bribing her with a coke. She ended up riding that ride 3 more times! We're glad we opened her up to more rides, else it would have been the carousel and that's about it.
Ashton went back to the hotel with a couple of Lego sets. She was thrilled.
But we spent the night in the pool and hot tub. Ashton loved the hot tub, which surprised me.
It was a relaxing way to unwind from the hot and hectic time during Legoland.
Legoland was nice to see once, but I don't think I'd go back. Just too overpriced for what you got, and really meant for the young kids. Perfect for Ashton right now, though as short as she is she just made it over the limit to ride most of the rides.
Once back to our room after the hot tub, Ashton of course was building with her newest Legos. She even made a pagoda. It's fun to watch her build, she has such excitement.