Monday, April 20, 2009

Miniworld deserves its own post

Emily and Grand Central Station

Leave it to Mike to find the fly fisherman

Mike and I each found what we think are sets of missionaries: white shirts, ties, backpacks, book in hand...........

This is how I play chess

the kids and the NYC skyline

teeny pop machines in the alley in Vegas

the Guggenhiem, for heck's sake!

mimes and cops in Central Park
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CEA said...

I had no idea there was such a place as LegoLand until Mike said you were going there. Looks pretty cool, other than its in CA.

Mike A said...

The cop arresting the mime is sweet. There are all kinds of nice touches there. I could spend many, many hours just checking out the details in Miniland.

Krystal said...

That is so cool! Looks like you had a great trip. I have never been to Lego Land, but we did go to Sea World last year and I have been yearning to go back!! I was heavily pregnant and didn't get to enjoy it much :( I'm glad you were able to take advantage of the break and get away. Fun picture...thanks for sharing :)

Julie Geldmacher said...

Amazing, they are all so tiny and carefully done. Are your kids going to make their own Lego Land?

Mike A said...

Hayden's room has been known as Legoland for many years now. It's not quite as fancy though. MiniLand has over 22 million Legos in it alone. The sculptures and other things in the park use over 40 million. That's a lot of Legos.

If you look at the photo of Grand Central Station close up you can see Elvis upstairs on the upper mezzanine, in front of the doorway leading out.