Legoland, Windsor


Ting Dalton writes a really good blog called Travel Monkey and can be found tweeting @my_travelmonkey .

This article about Legoland contains some really good tips. To read another article on Legoland, click here.

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When a friend suggested we meet up and take the kids to Legoland, I was all for it. He had cereal box vouchers which enabled us to get Monkey in for free with two-paying adults… but the problem was hubby wasn’t around on the weekend and Monkey was already free because of his age. So, after a some confusion, I ended up missing the deadline to get discounted tickets online, and had to pay the full admission price… £46.80. Yep, that much.

Before I even got to the theme park my hackles were raised. It didn’t help matters when my dear mum also told me she had free vouchers through her clubcard, after I had already purchased my ticket online.

It also didn’t please me that I had to pay an extra £4 to park my car there. Seriously? I mean where else are all the thousands of visitors who come by car going to park?

The day wasn’t shaping up to be a good one…

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