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Old 04-02-2013, 06:46 AM   #1
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We are starting to think about 2014. Planning on doing 2 days Universal, LegoLand and SW. Do you think we should do 1 day at Lego Land and 2 at SW or 2 at LegoLand and 1 at SW
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Disclaimer: I have never been to Legoland.

That said, I *have* been to SW several times, and would definitely recommend two days for a visit. There's lots to do to keep you busy for two days, you would be able to take in all shows and rides at a leisurely pace, and you would have the opportunity to feed the animals and check out all the great exhibits without feeling rushed. While you could hit all the highlights in one single day, I personally would want two to "see it all".
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:06 AM   #3
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1 day at LEGOLAND.
LEGOLAND is a small amusement park for anyone 9 and under who like Legos.
There are only 2 or 3 rides for kids 10 and older who like Legos, that are fun doing more than once.
My daughter is a Legos Bionical and robotics expert so I'm glad we went for 1 day, but for us it's not worth a second trip.
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Our kids love lego and we are only planning about a half day at legoland and that's mostly because they want to shop in the stores (and we scored really cheap tickets). From what I've read there's not a ton of stuff to do there. I would pick 2 days at seaworld hands down. I love it there
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:00 AM   #5
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I agree, 2 days in SW is better. Some of the enjoyment in the park is the shows. If you want to see them all, going from show to show is not that enjoyable. Having to see them over 2 days makes enjoying other parts of the park easier while fitting the shows in.

Lego is fun, and something to see, but 1 day is plenty.
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