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Legoland Denmark on a Budget

“Legoland on a Budget” is sort of like “Switzerland on a Budget” – wishful thinking, but rather difficult to get by on the cheap. While some expenses are unavoidable (though just staying home is always an option), here are some things to avoid hemorrhaging money while in Billund. 655 more words

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Legos, Legos, Everywhere!

Legoland had an amazing collection of models, all constructed of tiny plastic bricks. Here are some of our favorites.

We don’t have any of the Lego Friends in our house, but I thought this model of Heartlake City was adorable! 48 more words

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The Epicenter of Lego: Billund, Denmark

We made it! I had Denmark on my list of places to visit and I had my doubts that we’d get there, but I’m happy to report that I can cross off Denmark! 452 more words

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Sch-i-ven-something Beach

One of the keys to happiness in travelling with children is this: In every adventure, plan to do something that they will enjoy, even if is something that can be done in any city in the world (think: eating at McDonald’s, visiting a playground, or splashing in a fountain.) For our Haarlem trip the kid activity was a stop at the beach. 485 more words

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15-Year-Old Nets Cool $50K For Sinking Basket From Half-Court At Nickelodeon Show

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —Thursday night was pretty magical (or like Magic Johnson if you want to be technical) for 15-year-old Ricardo Jacobo Jr.

As part of the halftime show at Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports 2014 held at Pauley Pavilion in Westwood, he was given the chance to make a shot from half-court for $50,000. 369 more words

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July 18, 2014

Good Morning!

I’m going to share a secret with you.  VO is not that excited to watch Game of Thrones Season 4.  I know, right?!  She said that all she really wanted to do was get to the Red Wedding and find out what all the hubbub was about.  225 more words

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