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LEGOLAND Holiday Snow Days is happening now.

Last week was my son's birthday.  Every year, we struggle to find something to do for him.  This year we were blessed, he had a week-long of celebrations.  It started on Monday with a visit to LEGOLAND Holiday Snow days.  We saw over 22,000 LEGO models and more than 57 million bricks at LEGOLAND California Resort.  My son was over the moon running around experiencing snow along with riding roller coasters.  The extra bonus was that he got to play with his favorite toy, "Legos". 
We visited the LEGOLAND Hotel and received a pleasant surprise of various Lego builds, Lego Characters and a Lego play castle.  There is even an elevator with a disco-ball that played dance music.  The kids danced as we explored the hotel.  The hotel is one of a kind with many kid friendly surprises. We don't want to give away all the fun details so you will have to see it for yourself.  Just know that there are talking Lego characters and much more.
Right now during the Holiday Snow Days, you will see lots of Holiday builds like this gorgeous Christmas tree and Mariachi Band made entirely out of Legos. My kids were awe struck with so many great creations. The kid’s imagination was running free as they saw and experienced first-hand that anything is possible with Legos.
There in the middle of great Lego rides and Lego builds, we saw the snow. Yeah!!!  Inner-tubing down the slope was open for all to enjoy some serious snow play.  My kids loved this family activity and rode the inner-tubes several times.  The rush of riding fast down a hill and having the snow splash you as you make it to the bottom were exciting for us all.
Our most favorite thing to see that day was the wall full of Lego Characters inside the hotel. The four of us stood there counting and admiring all the characters.  Yes, we want them all.  We have been collecting these characters for many years.  I think we have only two characters short of a hoarding collection.  Still we don't have as much as is on this wall. So we started to celebrate a birthday and it ended up that all of us had a great time as a family.  
We were invited as part of a media day to experience the Holiday Snow. What ended up happening was that we all had a wonderful family field trip.  I highly recommend taking a day to just be happy and enjoy the family.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Find out more and see more pictures by going to their website: Legoland California Resort right now you can purchase the hopper ticket for $65.00!

Located at One LEGOLAND Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Writing about my personal experience. All thoughts and ideas are all my own.


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