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Old 06-24-2007, 06:17 PM   #1
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Taking the grandkids to So. Cal next month...they are 5 and 9. In checking out things to do I was blown away at what it costs to go to any of these major attractions, with Disneyland being the most expensive...wow..am I out of touch!!!!!
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Taking the grandkids to So. Cal next month...they are 5 and 9. In checking out things to do I was blown away at what it costs to go to any of these major attractions, with Disneyland being the most expensive...wow..am I out of touch!!!!!
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You will really be blown away when you get there and see the lines!
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Any other more affordable suggestions to entertain the grandkids??
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Hi Bruce and Gloria

We took our 7 year old grandson to Lego Land for what we thought might be a couple of hours or at most 1/2 day.

NOT!! He was having such a good time we stayed till they closed. Highly recommended for the kids and fun for the adults also.

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Thanks Dave...great idea...I will check it out.
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