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Legoland Florida? Worth it?

Posted by Voltex , Mar 11 2013 · 140 views

So Legoland Florida has a Pick-a-brick... if anyone here has been there, would it be worth it to try and get in for the pick a brick? Does the pick a brick have any Hero Factory stuff?

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No, the Pick a Brick doesn't have HF parts, unfortunately (or any Technic parts at all for that matter). If PaB is the only thing that interests you, you might consider the LEGO store in Downtown Disney; they have one there, too. Pretty much the same stuff, as far as I can remember.

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I've been to Legoland Florida, and if you are just looking for a Pick-a-brick,  it's not really worth going there.  You can go to the store Baltarc mentions for practically the same thing, but without an admission fee.  

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Alright, thanks.

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We're not teaching university science classes here, we're playing a text based fighting game where the objective is to beat your opponents into oblivion.

Get back in your grave, you.

*Slaps with tombstone*

Also, what pay are you gonna get as iBrow's slave?

Chro suddenly developed arachnophobia.

explain it with a convoluted quadruple negative.

Although everyone should go sign up for that game now.
And tell your friends.
And your moms.
Maybe not that last bit.