gAH!!! I wanna go there too!!! XD
I don't think this one's as big as ones in Denmark, but I just found out the tickets are only 7 euros if you order them online...so maybe it'll be worth it all the same! I just tutored an 8-year-old this morning and she'd written in an old diary entry that she'd gone to Legoland and I was like, "HOW WAS IT?!" and she said she didn't remember. Anyway, we shall see!
HOW CAN YOU SAY LEGOLAND LIKE IT'S NOTHING?OMFG.Is it weird that I comment everyday even though I don't know you?
Isn't that a good thing though? :D if you like a comic, you like a comic!
Priscila...don't stop commenting! I love reading your comments! Yay!And Tze...yes, it IS a good thing! I'm happy, anyway. woot woot
I love LEGOs!!!!
Legos are great! I want one of those big red buckets again but they're kind of expensive...maybe for Christmas. hahaha
I usually get the box that has the cheapest U$ price per piece. Last one I got was around U$25, which didn't seem SUPER expensive. Then I donated it to an orphanage after touching some small LEGO pieces and putting them back in the box.Oh wait. That made me sound like a creep.
25 USD is pretty good! I think I'll look out for one. But wait, you just kinda touched them donated them? I guess that doesn't have to be creepy, but the way you wrote it came out a little creepy. Bahaha
We have a legoland nearby, but I've never been. I never knew there was one in Berlin. Does it have rides?And I hope the commenting is not weird. I am a little paranoid now.
There's a Legoland in London? I didn't know that either. I don't think the one in Berlin's that big, and it's all indoors. I think it has one ride though...AND NO. Don't get paranoid on me! Comment awaaaaaay! Oh, and I DO read your blog too! Except it takes me a while because my German stinks and I have to stop and ask G what a word means, etc. I'll muster up enough courage to leave a witty comment auf Deutsch one of these days!!!
Really? Oh how exciting! I will think of something especially good to post!