Complete eBook Guide to Legoland Florida [NOOK Book]

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2013 Edition: Includes World of Chima
Legoland Florida is the Sunshine State's newest theme park and water park, built on the grounds of the old Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven, Florida. Because of its rich legacy, Legoland Florida is a lush, beautiful park that has even preserved the historic Cypress Gardens area.

If you and your family like Lego bricks and toys, you'll love this theme park. From Miniland ...
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Complete eBook Guide to Legoland Florida

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Overview

2013 Edition: Includes World of Chima
Legoland Florida is the Sunshine State's newest theme park and water park, built on the grounds of the old Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven, Florida. Because of its rich legacy, Legoland Florida is a lush, beautiful park that has even preserved the historic Cypress Gardens area.

If you and your family like Lego bricks and toys, you'll love this theme park. From Miniland USA, with its impressive Lego models of sights from Florida and major US cities to rides like Coastersaurus and Driving School to imagination building activities, Legoland Florida is a paradise for kids from the ages of two to 12. It's also got plenty to appeal to adults, who can ride most of the rides. There are shows, too, including a pirate-themed performance on Lake Eloise, complete with water skiing, and three 4-D movies.

If you're visiting on a hot Florida day, upgrade your ticket to include water park admission. Legoland Florida's water park has a wave pool, slides, and a lazy river with customizable rafts.

The park is midway between Walt Disney World and Busch Gardens Tampa, making it a great stop on your Orlando or Tampa vacation. If you decide to do this, how can you make the most of your day at Legoland Florida? This book tells you everything you need to know, including:

-How to avoid the crowds at the park and water park.
-What to expect on each of the rides and at the shows.
-What you'll see in Miniland USA.
-What you'll find in each of the shops.
-Where to look for character appearances.
-Where to find conveniences like the baby care center, restrooms, and
smoking areas.
-How to get to Legoland Florida.
-Where to find partner hotels.
-Annual special events.

That's just a small sampling of the wealth of knowledge in "Theme Park in Your Pocket Series: Complete eBook Guide to Legoland Florida." It's full of secrets, hints and tips from a local to make your life easier. The author, Barb Nefer, lives in Central Florida and has been visiting Legoland Florida since the passholder preview days. She writes books about all the Central Florida theme parks, including Walt Disney World and SeaWorld. This book is part of the Theme Park in Your Pocket series, which also includes "Theme Park in Your Pocket Series: Complete eBook Guide to SeaWorld Orlando."

Barb's other books are:
Building Blocks for a Great Disney Vacation Series:
15 Tips for Saving Money on Your Disney Cruise Line Vacation
25 Tips for Visiting Disney World With Babies, Toddlers, and Young Kids
10 Disney Cruise Line Tips for Adults & 7 Ways to Tell if Disney Ships Are Right For You
10 Money-Saving Tips for Your Walt Disney World Vacation
Walt Disney World Character Meals and Fun Restaurants: Where to Find Them, How to Book Them, and What to Expect
The 10 Best Tips For Beating Lines at Walt Disney World: Easy Ways to Shorten Your Waits
20 Things You Never Knew You Could Do At Walt Disney World
A Complete Guide to the Disney Dream Cruise Ship: Everything You Need to Know For a Magical Sailing

99 Cent Knowledge Travel Series:
10 Ways to Build Excitement For a Walt Disney World Family Vacation

Non Series Books:
Fact or Fiction? 20 Urban Legends, Ghost Stories, Rumors & Secrets of Walt Disney World
Mickey Mouse is My Neighbor: Living Next Door to Disney World in Celebration Florida
How to See Walt Disney World Like a Local
Legoland Florida for Adults: 12 Tips to Enjoy Your Trip
Five Steps to Your Own Internet Travel Agency
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014091589
  • Publisher: LifeSkills Press
  • Publication date: 1/31/2012
  • Series: Theme Park in Your Pocket Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,108,285
  • File size: 2 MB

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