Posted Friday, May 15, 2015 8:16 AM | Contributed by Chitown
Legoland Florida shifts from a day attraction to a resort destination with the opening of a 152-room hotel Friday. The brightly colored hotel, designed to look like it's created from Lego bricks, is right outside the main gates of Legoland Florida.
Read more and see photos and video from The Orlando Sentinel.
It's full of pompous a-holes.
Smartass. :) I fixed it.
I'm totally sold, we booked a pirate room (which are far and away the most popular, apparently) for a couple of nights. Two years in Orange County and we've not yet been there. The deal winner was that an annual pass including Orlando Eye, the aquarium and the wax museum is only $149. Even if we never go back in the next year that's worth it.
I'm totally sold, we booked a pirate room (which are farrrrrrrrr and away the most popular, apparently)
Fixed. Such a wasted opportunity.
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