(disclaimer--this was the boys second time on the Technic Coaster; they voluntarily went and L chose to sit by himself)
It cost a pretty penny to get into the park. We decided to get tickets for two days since it only cost an extra $15 per person. It was definitely worth it because the park is only open from 10a.m to 5p.m. This was hardly enough time to get through the park. Having the second day let us enjoy it more fully even though we didn't get to hit all the rides even then. A lucky and great thing was that our 2 1/2 year old could ride on many of the rides. He was right there on the lower limits, 36'. If he were a bit younger and shorter it would not have been fun for him. Lucky for us it wasn't crowded and the weather was great. As we left the park the second day, it started to rain. Good timing.
For both the days, the boys spent about 2 hours each time at the building centers where they get to build and test their cars. Talk about competitiveness!! whoa whoa. Even us parents were trying to beat the fastest car which happened to be K's. No one, not even us could build one faster than his.Is this is Asian thing or what?The lego creations are set up all over the park. They are amazing and got my kids imaginations going. The first thing they did when we got home from CA. was head to their legos.
If I may give us another even closer look.....