Posted Monday, October 26, 2009 12:26 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Capitalizing on a winning formula, the owner of Legoland California will pitch a proposed hotel to the Carlsbad City Council on Tuesday. The decor of the inn's 254 rooms, grounds and amenities will highlight the tiny plastic building blocks that are the park's trademark feature.
Read more from The Union-Tribune.
Will the hoyel be constructed in modular blocks so they can rebuild easly after a quake?
Wasn't this a done deal several months back??
Apparently only the County Planning Comission gave their blessings. They still have to convince the California Coastal Comission and the City of Carlsbad.
Man, the beds are going to be so uncomfortable!
Coastal Comission?? Just how far does the "coastal zone" extend inland in Carlsbad? On Google Earth, the park is almost a mile from the shore (not to mention across I-5) .
Edit (found it): "The coastal zone, which was specifically mapped by the Legislature, covers an area larger than the State of Rhode Island. On land the coastal zone varies in width from several hundred feet in highly urbanized areas up to five miles in certain rural areas, and offshore the coastal zone includes a three-mile-wide band of ocean. "Last edited by janfrederick, Wednesday, October 28, 2009 5:06 PM
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