A few weeks ago we went to Orlando. One of the theme parks we visited was a return trip to LEGOLAND. It was tons of fun. As you would expect, there are Legos everywhere you go. The park used to be Cypress Gardens. There is a beautiful gardens with some very cool trees & plants in the middle, but we skipped that section on this trip.
One of the girls' favorite parts of LEGOLAND is the driving section. There is a toddler section and a child section of cars which the children can ride. The track contains stop signs, stop lights (which actually change colors), marked lanes, etc. The girls had to attend a "training session" at which they watched a video and learned the rules of the road. They treated this very seriously. Catherine making sure her car didn't run into the curb:
We went to this theme park about a year ago, and the girls did not really appreciate it. They are not familiar with most of the cities, so are not impressed with the accuracy. But this time Catherine (who has since spent hours and hours building all kinds of things out of Legos) was impressed with the creations themselves. She kept saying "Wow! I can't believe they built that!"