Where did I leave off on the Legoland adventure? Right – this hunk.
He was just out loitering amongst the flowers.
It was about 1pm before we decided we were starving. There weren’t a lot of food options in the park. Or, correction – there weren’t a lot of food options open in the park. Almost 3/4 of all the restaurants and snack stalls were closed. When we found a burger joint open, we basically had no choice. The French fry struggle is real.
After lunch we made it a point to go on every single ride that was open.
It wasn’t difficult when this was the line situation. Zero peeps!
The polar bear has wine. Can’t even.
The Force is Awakening!
And I am LE EXCITE.
This gave me Indiana Jones vibes and made me miss Disneyland. True story.
More “the park was empty!” proof.
Mareike & Kelley – two Lego darlings.
Haunted Mansion! Aka, more Disneyland vibes.
The inside was an awesome little funhouse.
Julia had a good time. 😉
On a boat. *waves*
And, of course, the piece de resistance: ACTUAL LEGO LANDS.
This one’s the Netherlands.
And this is cute little Copenhagen.
Good ‘ole California. Home. ❤
We tried to spell out Lego with our shadows on the way out. Kinda failed.
The park closed at 5pm, so we got to see the sun setting as we drove the long way back to Copenhagen. It almost made the $45 bridge toll worth it. (I said ALMOST.)