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... could join up. Turned out that was a horrible idea. Jon ended up going to one area & I ended up, with two kids, going in another. I of course had our mobile & then I proceeded to have major difficulty getting a hold of Mat & Helen on their's. In the end I did end up finding him & there was a quite a bit of explaining but we moved on to a climbing structure for the kids which they enjoyed. Missy then went on her first big roller coaster ride ...
... themselves too as they colonised much of Africa and Asia. A highlight was the St George banqueting room where the shields of all the knights who have been awarded the Order of the Garter (look it up) have their family crest decorating the ceiling of the hall.
There are some that are painted plain white, these are for the knights who have disgraced themselves, and rather than take them down ...
... which was awesome! Fortunately, it wasn't at all crowded and queues for rides were short. Although most rides were geared towards younger children there were enough to keep us amused, and we were all blown away by the Lego models, especially Miniland which included many of the iconic buildings we have seen over the past ...
... lysées. The Arc de Triomphe is five minutes walk, so I went to check it out. With the setting sun highlighting its reliefs it was a wonderful sight, very imposing, as I imagine was intended. I had a walk around it, but didn't go to the top, for which there is a charge. Of course, I'd barely been out of the hotel five minutes, when a French woman rushed up to ask me where something was...in French (why can't these people speak English!?). I couldn't recall how to ...
... from the start! Lego men and women, dragons, spaceships etc are everywhere! Absolutely everything in the hotel is Lego themed - from giftshops to toilets to foyers to bars to restaurants, bedrooms, beds and bathrooms!! The place was sooo good that we decided to stay for an extra night! Our first room was Medieval themed, the second night we were in ...
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