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Once inside the gate of Legoland one has the impression of having stepped into a colorful garden of earthly delights
...and families with small children.
A little past the gate entrance was a station at which one could upgrade one’s status to VIP, which I assumed expedited one’s arrival at the head of the ride lines.
...a Lego Eiffel Tower,
...a Lego Mount Rushmore,
…and and an assortment of whimsical Lego creatures.
It was a delightful ride, for which we'd nonetheless had to wait in line for over 45 minutes .
I told the others to go find another line to stand in. As for me, I intended to go check out the VIP dispensation.
The Legoland guy then tore off slips of paper from a pad, handed each of a us a slip and a pen, and proceeded to explain to us how the VIP pass worked.
The Ultimate Pass, at $100 per person, cut the wait time for the rides by 90%. However the Ultimate Passes were already sold out.
There were a few Deluxe Passes left at $55 per person, which cut the ride time by 50%.
I opted to buy each of us an Express Pass, which cut the wait time by 25%.
Anyway, how the system worked was that one was given a little device that resembled a Tomagotchi.
This little ride-reserving gizmo actually afforded us an excellent plan of action, as while we were waiting for for our reservation time for one ride, we could either stand in line for another ride, or go spend some time in one of the many play areas,
...or watch a charming stage show.
...seeing the sights,
...and doing what there was to do,
Then, our long day at Lego-land being done, it was time to go home,
...after a dinner stop at Denny's.