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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby Xmeister » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:03 pm

Today was a great day to be a Model Citizen. I got to work in the Lego Clubhouse today teaching classes, so I got to talk to a lot of guests and there was a lot of excitement about the hotel. There was a definite excitement in the air with the hotel opening and I really think the resort is looking the best it ever has.

One of the things I think Legoland always has had going for it is the food. The breakfast buffet at the new Bricks Restaurant was not only the best buffet I've ever had, it was the best breakfast I've ever had. So don't miss it where you're here.

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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby XYZ » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:07 pm

Xmeister wrote:Today was a great day to be a Model Citizen. I got to work in the Lego Clubhouse today teaching classes, so I got to talk to a lot of guests and there was a lot of excitement about the hotel. There was a definite excitement in the air with the hotel opening and I really think the resort is looking the best it ever has.

One of the things I think Legoland always has had going for it is the food. The breakfast buffet at the new Bricks Restaurant was not only the best buffet I've ever had, it was the best breakfast I've ever had. So don't miss it where you're here.


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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby Xmeister » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:13 pm

I just saw that!!!!! :br It's always great to see another TPR member visiting Legoland. Your models are great, keep up the good work!

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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby XYZ » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:19 pm

Xmeister wrote:I just saw that!!!!! :br It's always great to see another TPR member visiting Legoland. Your models are great, keep up the good work!


Thanks. Renate told me a few weeks ago to make some creations on the "Cool Creations" shelf, so I have been building something there every time I visited Legoland.
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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby Xmeister » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:25 pm

I can see why she did! Have you thought about building any more ride models?

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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby XYZ » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:29 pm

Most likely, more ride models will come. The problem with a lot of the rides at Legoland is that they are difficult to make out of LEGO bricks (which is funny since most of them are themed to LEGO bricks). Though, whenever I find something that I can built rather easily out of the simple bricks at the Clubhouse, I usually do it. I'll build something when I'm coming on April 20th or 21st (or earlier).
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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby XYZ » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:58 pm

Sorry for the double post, but here is some more Legoland Hotel pictures, the main update can be found here: http://themeparkreview.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=218&start=159
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The Legoland Hotel sure likes dragons. There are four total.
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Yet another dragon.
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LEGO bricks made out of LEGOs.
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A hot air balloon at the ceiling.
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Say cheese!
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The hotel likes trees. Here's one.
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And yet another one.
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The inside of the pirate ship.
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Yep, this is made out of LEGOs.
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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby Nyteowl » Sat Apr 06, 2013 10:48 pm

Dang this looks awesome! Sadly, I used to go to LLC alot when I was younger because my aunt lived in the area and got us season passes every year, but I haven't been in probably 4 years now. The new hotel opening and all the other new stuff that was added looks great so I'll definitely have to make my way down there this summer to check it out :).
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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby SoCalCoasters » Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:54 am

Is my model of Technic's Car & Track still on display in the Clubhouse? It took forever to model, especially since the reference picture I used was a tiny one from a Lego Club magazine. :p
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Re: Legoland California Discussion Thread

Postby XYZ » Mon Apr 08, 2013 3:06 pm

SoCalCoasters wrote:Is my model of Technic's Car & Track still on display in the Clubhouse? It took forever to model, especially since the reference picture I used was a tiny one from a Lego Club magazine. :p


Your model is gone, Alex. I talked to one of the managers there and he told me that it got busted up by some kids. I built a Sky Cruiser model on Saturday and that particular employee thinks it is a model of Technic Coaster, so I guess it is a replacement. :p
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1: Lightning Run, 2: El Toro, 3: Maverick, 4: Xcelerator, 5: Voyage, 6: TTD, 7: Gold Striker, 8: El Loco (Vegas), 9: Millennium Force, 10: Kingda Ka
Coaster Credits: 110 (89 steel, 21 wood); Last Coaster Credit: Raptor (CP) [8/22/14]; Last Park Credit: Waldameer [8/21/14]
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