LEGOLAND Florida 2012: A Planet Explorers Travel Guide for Kids

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“LEGOLAND® Florida is a brand new, completely awesome theme park designed especially for children under twelve. It's heaven for LEGO® lovers. This guidebook for kids is the perfect planning tool for your whole family. Read it over before you go to get more out of your trip.Click through these pages for fun facts, trivia, a quiz, and links to more information about the things you'll see inside LEGOLAND® Florida. As your family explores the park's ten zones, you'll encounter hundreds of LEGO® models, super-fun attractions, and even a pirate-themed water ski show. There are four not-too-scary roller coasters, as well as lots of kiddie rides and LEGO® shops. You'll love AQUAZONE® Wave Racers, FORD Driving School, Rescue Academy, Coastersaurus, Imagination Zone, and historic Cypress Gardens.Please take note of some useful symbols. These will appear throughout the book as attractions are mentioned.S = ScaryD = DarkA = Awesome: don't miss this attractionT = Thrilling: think roller coastersW = Wet: you might get soakedHeight requirements are also listed.The tips page at the end of this book gives your group a plan for seeing all the top LEGOLAND® Florida attractions in the shortest amount of time possible. Keep in mind you might need to take some breaks during the day to give your grown-ups a rest!Don't miss the other titles in the exciting Planet Explorers series for 8-12 year-old travelers. There's Planet Explorers Walt Disney 2012, Epcot 2012, Planet Explorers Disneyland, Planet Explorers Disneyland Paris Resort 2012, Planet Explorers New York City 2012, Planet Explorers Chicago, Planet Explorers Philadelphia, Planet Explorers Las Vegas, Walt Disney World Character Finder 2012, Planet Explorers Disney Cruise Line, Universal Orlando Resort, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter 2012, and The Walt Disney World 2012 Character Finder. Have fun!

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