Though it looks like Santa is having problems. Hope the kids get the jokes and are not too upset.
On a side note: I can only imagine what Universal is cooking up for a narrative, themed "robo-coaster" experience with their Harry Potter addition! The possibilities are endless!
Didn't have time for SeaLife on this trip. When we arrived, a huge line-up of cars as the parking booths and an already half-filled lot had me worried that we wouldn't be able to see much in the short time we'd devoted to the visit. But Legoland's expanded so much over the past few years that the park absorbed the crowd well.
Now, if only they could put out some fresh ribs....
Level 4 is not for the timid. Level 5 is tough on the strong.
By the way, when the young lady got off the ride, she paused over her shoes for a good while (you have to take them off on the robocoaster), then regained her composure (and balance). By the time she got back to her friends, she was all trash talk. ("Oh, yeah. That was great. No problem.") Hey, she earned that right. ;-)