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  1. JB Jacobs
    JB Jacobs says:

    I never heard of Lego Land before – but when I was a kid in the 70s, we were very poor – we could not afford legos, though they were not expensive by any means. I imagine as time went on, they fell prey to the evils of consumerism and were jacked up price-wise. They look different too then then average and fun legos from my childhood. I think I prefer the basic ones of the past. As for food, I can't have imagined that they have food there! But I am not surprised it sucked. heheeeh WTH $45 for that plate? Did I hear wrong? No heck no!

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  2. Madison Mings
    Madison Mings says:

    OMG!!! When I was in Las Vegas in September I stayed at Luxor and ate at the Pharaoh Buffet!!! IT IS SO GOOD OMG!!! Food was so delish and they had so many options it was so good and filling! I had an event that day too if I had nothing going on I would have had multiple plates haha!!! You NEED to try it next time your there!!!! Everything tasted amazing that I had!!!

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  3. Jerry Papandrea
    Jerry Papandrea says:

    Pretty cool, Mikey! I gotta get down to Legoland. I grew up 20 minutes from there in Middletown (my dad owned the Italian deli on Dolson Ave), so I'm familiar with the area. My son would absolutely love that place.

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  4. onetaejinus95
    onetaejinus95 says:

    Suprisingly legoland food is actually good last time i went and tried lobster roll (dont ask why) along with their fries thing it’s actually pretty good must say i think its better then most disneyland california food including pricewise in my opinion

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