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16 Dec 18
Morgan Lanuza

Elite Skin Perfection opens another store in Ayala Malls Circuit, Makati City last December 9, 2018. Offering customers with cosmetic products, the brand focuses to relevantly share the secrets of dermatological care in the country, showcasing its unique goods such as Dead Sea products and botanic beauty lineup. The brand named Elite Skin Perfection is […]

16 Dec 18
Piece of Kaffas

An easy thing, that night—an empty bar, the two of them enjoying a last few mugs of bad ale and horrid Fereldan beer, and that look in Dorian’s eye, the one that makes Bull’s heart leap into his throat. They kiss with the taste of alcohol between them, all smiles, and Bull lifts Dorian onto the bar […]

16 Dec 18
Awe Filled Homemaker

Serve up a platter of these Air Fryer chicken tenders that are gluten-free and kid-friendly. Even the picky eaters will be reaching for one more strip of tender juicy chicken that is coated in a nice and crunchy coating. Pair with ketchup, ranch, or your favorite dipping sauces and enjoy! Air Fryer Chicken Tenders Gluten Free If you […]

16 Dec 18
Parlay Game

Feminist and decried, the Sky team will no longer skip global cycling from 2020: the British television operator announced Wednesday its withdrawal from the packs at the end of the 2019 season but hinted that the training could continue under a Other name. The Sky, winner of 6 of the last 7 editions of the […]

16 Dec 18
Travel

In our daily life,Every kid needs their own duffle bag to put their toys,food.clothes,books in
Perfect for sleepovers,Also can be used as baby shower and birthday gifts, dance, cheer, gymnastic, swim
Super soft and Cozy seersucker material with Two nylon straps

16 Dec 18
Aqua-Carta

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

16 Dec 18
My splendid blog 2618

In this post, you find some indications and indications based upon when you need to have your hot water heater installed or fixed in Montgomery, MD. Calling your plumbing or setup services as quickly as you deal with an issue with your hot-aqua tank is the very best way to check and understand about your […]

16 Dec 18
daily journal

Name : Novita Indrayani NIM : G0A017052 Prodi. : DIII Keperawatan (3A) ACTIVITY REPORT Hello, my name is Novita. Please, let me to tell about my activity report. When I wake up at 05.00am at Thursday, 13 December 2018 I carry out of my duty is prayer (Sholat Subuh). Then,after sholat Subuh,I got on the […]

16 Dec 18
2 SISTERS ONLINE

Valkyrie liked drinking. It took the stress of the day away. Walking into a fine establishment with other, like-minded individuals waiting to have a good time was part of the stress-relieving experience. There were the normal occupants of the bar and then there were strangers. One particular stranger, a blond-haired dame with a very revealing […]

16 Dec 18
Yakymour

Bergamote Calabria belongs to Guerlain’s Aqua Allegoria collection, the first collection of intensely fresh fragrances in perfumery created in 1999. On the strength of the Guerlain Perfumer’s expertise dating back to the legendary Eau de Cologne Impériale in 1853, the Guerlain Perfumer creates each of the Aqua Allegoria with the freshness of a Cologne and […]

16 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
MODEL Daisy Lowe brings her gothic in head-to-toe black look to life with lashings of heavy-metal jewellery and platform velvet boots. Here’s how you can achieve the TV presenter’s look on the high street. Daisy Lowe, 29, nails gothic chic in head-to-toe black and clashing fabrics Jacket £60 from Prettylittlething — buy now This Prettylittlething satin bomber is chic and stylish yet casual Trousers £25 from Prettylittlething — buy now These satin cargo trousers nail the sports luxe trend Boots £45 from Miss Selfridge — buy now These patent hiker boots are perfect for giving your outfit a rock chick twist Bag £28 from Oasis This sequin bag with silver chain will add glitz to your outfit Necklace £90,  Bloody Mary Metal — buy now A heavy statement necklace will make your look stand out Rings  £85, Bloody Mary Metal — buy now Some silver rings will give your outfit a more gothic feel Clarins Ombre Iridescent Aqua Eyeshadow in Silver / Plum £19 from John Lewis — buy now Clarins Ombre Iridescent Aqua Eyeshadow in Silver / Plum will create the perfect smoky eye Anastasia Beverley Hills Lipgloss in Tara £17 from Cult Beauty — buy now This lipgloss from Anastasia Beverley Hills is the perfect near-nude pink e.l.f. Waterproof Gel Eyeliner Pencil Black £5 from Boots — buy now Add some drama to your lids with a lick of liner Revlon PhotoReady Foundation InstaFilter £12.99 from Boots — buy now Be camera-ready always with Revlon PhotoReady Foundation InstaFilter [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”The Style Jury”]Lynne Mckenna, Fabulous Fashion Editor @styledbylynnemckenna “Daisy’s a new woman! I hardly recognized her with the blonde hair, but she looks fabulous. “While her black satin tracksuit looks cool, the lashings of heavy-metal jewellery and platform velvet boots bring the look to life.” ✶ ✶ ✶ ✶ Tracey Lea Sayer, Fabulous Fashion Director @trayslounge “Daisy has totally changed her look, the blonde hair, the sports luxe outfit and the lashings of jewellery, she looks like a completely different person. “I can’t imagine her wearing this look with her old hair do but she does pull it off with her new do. “I still miss the old Daisy though!” ✶ ✶ ✶    [/boxout] Stockists: Prettylittlething (Prettylittlething.com), Oasis (Oasis-stores.com), Bloody Mary Metal (Bloodymarymetal.com), Miss Selfridge (Missselfridge.com), Clarins (Debenhams.com) e.l.f. Cosmetics (Elfcosmetics.co.uk), Anastasia Beverly Hills (cultbeauty.com), Revlon (boots.com). [bc_video video_id=”5821662260001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Daisy Lowe has fun at water park while on holiday in Corfu “]    
16 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
MODEL Daisy Lowe brings her gothic in head-to-toe black look to life with lashings of heavy-metal jewellery and platform velvet boots. Here’s how you can achieve the TV presenter’s look on the high street. Daisy Lowe, 29, nails gothic chic in head-to-toe black and clashing fabrics Jacket £60 from Prettylittlething — buy now This Prettylittlething satin bomber is chic and stylish yet casual Trousers £25 from Prettylittlething — buy now These satin cargo trousers nail the sports luxe trend Boots £45 from Miss Selfridge — buy now These patent hiker boots are perfect for giving your outfit a rock chick twist Bag £28 from Oasis This sequin bag with silver chain will add glitz to your outfit Necklace £90,  Bloody Mary Metal — buy now A heavy statement necklace will make your look stand out Rings  £85, Bloody Mary Metal — buy now Some silver rings will give your outfit a more gothic feel Clarins Ombre Iridescent Aqua Eyeshadow in Silver / Plum £19 from John Lewis — buy now Clarins Ombre Iridescent Aqua Eyeshadow in Silver / Plum will create the perfect smoky eye Anastasia Beverley Hills Lipgloss in Tara £17 from Cult Beauty — buy now This lipgloss from Anastasia Beverley Hills is the perfect near-nude pink e.l.f. Waterproof Gel Eyeliner Pencil Black £5 from Boots — buy now Add some drama to your lids with a lick of liner Revlon PhotoReady Foundation InstaFilter £12.99 from Boots — buy now Be camera-ready always with Revlon PhotoReady Foundation InstaFilter [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”The Style Jury”]Lynne Mckenna, Fabulous Fashion Editor @styledbylynnemckenna “Daisy’s a new woman! I hardly recognized her with the blonde hair, but she looks fabulous. “While her black satin tracksuit looks cool, the lashings of heavy-metal jewellery and platform velvet boots bring the look to life.” ✶ ✶ ✶ ✶ Tracey Lea Sayer, Fabulous Fashion Director @trayslounge “Daisy has totally changed her look, the blonde hair, the sports luxe outfit and the lashings of jewellery, she looks like a completely different person. “I can’t imagine her wearing this look with her old hair do but she does pull it off with her new do. “I still miss the old Daisy though!” ✶ ✶ ✶    [/boxout] Stockists: Prettylittlething (Prettylittlething.com), Oasis (Oasis-stores.com), Bloody Mary Metal (Bloodymarymetal.com), Miss Selfridge (Missselfridge.com), Clarins (Debenhams.com) e.l.f. Cosmetics (Elfcosmetics.co.uk), Anastasia Beverly Hills (cultbeauty.com), Revlon (boots.com). [bc_video video_id=”5821662260001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Daisy Lowe has fun at water park while on holiday in Corfu “]    
16 Dec 18
The Sun
BILLUND might not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of Danish holiday destinations, but Lego’s hometown is a kid’s paradise. There’s Scandinavia’s biggest waterpark, a safari zoo, Viking history and a nearby coast teeming with wildlife – as well as, of course, the original Legoland and new Lego House. Lego’s hometown is a kids paradise, offering Scandinavia’s biggest waterpark, a safari zoo, Viking history, a gorgeous coast and of course the iconic Legoland Touching down at the town’s airport, we’ve been in the car mere minutes when Freya, eight, and Nate, three, start shouting and pointing “Lego House!” and “Aquadome!” before the big one “Legoland!”. I think we’re in the right place… [bc_video video_id=”5802538314001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The first trailer for 2019 film The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”] Heaven is a waterpark FIRST stop is Lalandia, home of the Aquadome, where we step out of winter and straight into summer, thanks to the dome’s tropical atmosphere. There are bars and shops, a plaza with a mini amphitheatre, restaurants, rustic terraces, street lanterns and a blue sky. Visit Lalandia and enjoy the dome’s tropical climate even in the middle of winter “It’s so lifelike, this is heaven,” breathes Freya. Lifelike it probably isn’t – but fun it definitely is. Signs direct us to Monky Tonky Land for softplay and Winter World for ice skating and skiing, before the kids pull us into the dome itself. It’s paradise-like, with slides of all sizes, a huge Aqua Splash playground, wave pool, cave pool, activity pool and wild and lazy rivers. In another life I’d have been hitting the spa pool, but for now I’m flying down the Twister and Octopus racers trying to keep up with Freya. Lalandia has all sizes of slides, as well as a mini amphitheatre, restaurants and rustic terraces “This is more than I ever dreamed!” she shouts over her shoulder. Entry to Lalandia is £33 for adults, £27 for under 12s and free for under threes. Treat your kids to a fun day out with Lego trains and adventure [bc_video video_id=”5634349474001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Take a look inside LEGO house located in Billund, Denmark”] Staggering out exhausted, we check into our Lalandia lodge – a Nordic-style holiday home with wood-panelled walls, pitched ceilings, underfloor heating and a fully equipped kitchen. For the first time ever, both kids beg to go to bed. Self-catering homes sleeping four start from £375 for two nights, with free entry to the Aquadome and Monky Tonky Land (Lalandia.dk). Safari Stylin’ THE next morning we head 25 minutes away to Givskud Zoo and walk past elephants and monkeys before jumping in the car to drive safari-style past giraffes, zebras and lions. Later, back on foot, we enter the Dinosaur Park, where full-size models come to life as we least expect it – with Nate letting out ear-piercing screams every time. Head to the Givskud Zoo where you can walk past the elephants and monkeys, before doing a driving safari Denmark has many World Heritage Sites that offer interactive experiences Entry costs £25 for adults, £13 for under 11s and under threes go free (Givskudzoo.dk). Just down the road is the Royal Jelling Experience Centre at the UNESCO World Heritage site where ancient rune stones were found inscribed with the name Denmark. On an interactive journey of conquering, settling and all the battlefield gore in between, we hear stories of Norse gods and Viking kings. Meanwhile, Nate shouts “I’m died!” with glee on his own virtual journey from death in battle to the Viking afterlife. Entry is free (Visitvejle.com). Cool coast THE following day we head an hour west past pine forests and Christmas tree farms to the coast of West Jutland. At Wadden Sea Centre and wetlands (another UNESCO World Heritage site), more interactive activities teach us about the coast, the tides and its wildlife. Stroll along the beautiful beaches and then head to the Wadden Sea Centre where you can learn about the coast, tides and wildlife We make paper birds to see which fly furthest and turn birdsong DJs, but the best bit is a tank where we lift and examine hermit crabs, stroke starfish and spot shrimps and oysters. Entry costs £12 for adults, £6 for under 13s and under threes go free (Vadehavscentret.dk). In the cafe we tuck into crusty chicken, bacon and salad rolls, £7, while the children eat cheese and ham buns, £5, before we take a blustery walk on this unique, majestic coast. Nearby Ribe may be Denmark’s oldest town, but it’s been perfectly preserved, and timber-frame houses with ornate front doors surround the cathedral (Visitribe.com). After sampling local chocolate at Temper Chokolade (Temperchokolade.com), we walk the cobbled streets, dipping in and out of treasure-filled shops. Building memories HEADING back to Billund, we check into Hotel Legoland, where a giant Lego dragon and climb-inside treehouse greet us in the lobby. Our room has multicoloured bricks on most surfaces, with huge windows overlooking the park, and even the television plays the Lego TV channel. Check into Hotel Legoland with over-the-rainbow family rooms for a truly unforgettable experience Excitement levels are scarily high until Freya and Nate discover boxes full of Lego and settle down to build – phew! Family rooms for four start from £280 per night B&B, including two-day Legoland entry (Legoland.dk). After a buffet breakfast we hit the Lego House. On the outside it’s made up of 21 giant Lego bricks, while inside the Tree of Creativity stretches up through the middle of various Experience Zones. There we build fish ready to scan into a virtual tank, film our own Lego movies, race cars down tracks and program robots, capturing each of our creations on screens linked to a free app on our phones. Entry is £27 in advance, and under threes go free (Legohouse.com). Victoria, Nate and Freya had a blast exploring Billund The creativity continues at the Mini Chef restaurant. We choose our order with Lego bricks before scanning them into a screen at our table where Lego chefs make our lunch before robots serve it in brick boxes. The kids are beyond impressed, the food’s delicious and they get a Lego mini figure as a memento. Adult set meals cost £20 and kids’ meals cost £12. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] At Legoland, Freya and her dad are soon flying around on The Dragon in the Knights’ Kingdom, shooting lasers in Ninjago The Ride and attending Ice Pilots School in Polar Land. Meanwhile, Nate and I enjoy Duplo Land, marvelling over miniature cities in Miniland before chilling in Penguin Bay and exploring Atlantis by Sea Life. Entry to Legoland is £40 in advance (Legolandbillundresort.com). En route to the airport we’re all agreed, Lego towns are totally the future of family holidays. Legoland Billund reopens on March 30, 2019. Plan your trip at Visitdenmark.co.uk. British Airways has two daily flights from London Heathrow to Billund, starting at £73 return (Ba.com). [bc_video video_id=”5800331983001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Video shows construction of record breaking Lego bridge to be unveiled in shopping centre”] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
16 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
BILLUND might not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of Danish holiday destinations, but Lego’s hometown is a kid’s paradise. There’s Scandinavia’s biggest waterpark, a safari zoo, Viking history and a nearby coast teeming with wildlife – as well as, of course, the original Legoland and new Lego House. Lego’s hometown is a kids paradise, offering Scandinavia’s biggest waterpark, a safari zoo, Viking history, a gorgeous coast and of course the iconic Legoland Touching down at the town’s airport, we’ve been in the car mere minutes when Freya, eight, and Nate, three, start shouting and pointing “Lego House!” and “Aquadome!” before the big one “Legoland!”. I think we’re in the right place… [bc_video video_id=”5802538314001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The first trailer for 2019 film The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”] Heaven is a waterpark FIRST stop is Lalandia, home of the Aquadome, where we step out of winter and straight into summer, thanks to the dome’s tropical atmosphere. There are bars and shops, a plaza with a mini amphitheatre, restaurants, rustic terraces, street lanterns and a blue sky. Visit Lalandia and enjoy the dome’s tropical climate even in the middle of winter “It’s so lifelike, this is heaven,” breathes Freya. Lifelike it probably isn’t – but fun it definitely is. Signs direct us to Monky Tonky Land for softplay and Winter World for ice skating and skiing, before the kids pull us into the dome itself. It’s paradise-like, with slides of all sizes, a huge Aqua Splash playground, wave pool, cave pool, activity pool and wild and lazy rivers. In another life I’d have been hitting the spa pool, but for now I’m flying down the Twister and Octopus racers trying to keep up with Freya. Lalandia has all sizes of slides, as well as a mini amphitheatre, restaurants and rustic terraces “This is more than I ever dreamed!” she shouts over her shoulder. Entry to Lalandia is £33 for adults, £27 for under 12s and free for under threes. Treat your kids to a fun day out with Lego trains and adventure [bc_video video_id=”5634349474001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Take a look inside LEGO house located in Billund, Denmark”] Staggering out exhausted, we check into our Lalandia lodge – a Nordic-style holiday home with wood-panelled walls, pitched ceilings, underfloor heating and a fully equipped kitchen. For the first time ever, both kids beg to go to bed. Self-catering homes sleeping four start from £375 for two nights, with free entry to the Aquadome and Monky Tonky Land (Lalandia.dk). Safari Stylin’ THE next morning we head 25 minutes away to Givskud Zoo and walk past elephants and monkeys before jumping in the car to drive safari-style past giraffes, zebras and lions. Later, back on foot, we enter the Dinosaur Park, where full-size models come to life as we least expect it – with Nate letting out ear-piercing screams every time. Head to the Givskud Zoo where you can walk past the elephants and monkeys, before doing a driving safari Denmark has many World Heritage Sites that offer interactive experiences Entry costs £25 for adults, £13 for under 11s and under threes go free (Givskudzoo.dk). Just down the road is the Royal Jelling Experience Centre at the UNESCO World Heritage site where ancient rune stones were found inscribed with the name Denmark. On an interactive journey of conquering, settling and all the battlefield gore in between, we hear stories of Norse gods and Viking kings. Meanwhile, Nate shouts “I’m died!” with glee on his own virtual journey from death in battle to the Viking afterlife. Entry is free (Visitvejle.com). Cool coast THE following day we head an hour west past pine forests and Christmas tree farms to the coast of West Jutland. At Wadden Sea Centre and wetlands (another UNESCO World Heritage site), more interactive activities teach us about the coast, the tides and its wildlife. Stroll along the beautiful beaches and then head to the Wadden Sea Centre where you can learn about the coast, tides and wildlife We make paper birds to see which fly furthest and turn birdsong DJs, but the best bit is a tank where we lift and examine hermit crabs, stroke starfish and spot shrimps and oysters. Entry costs £12 for adults, £6 for under 13s and under threes go free (Vadehavscentret.dk). In the cafe we tuck into crusty chicken, bacon and salad rolls, £7, while the children eat cheese and ham buns, £5, before we take a blustery walk on this unique, majestic coast. Nearby Ribe may be Denmark’s oldest town, but it’s been perfectly preserved, and timber-frame houses with ornate front doors surround the cathedral (Visitribe.com). After sampling local chocolate at Temper Chokolade (Temperchokolade.com), we walk the cobbled streets, dipping in and out of treasure-filled shops. Building memories HEADING back to Billund, we check into Hotel Legoland, where a giant Lego dragon and climb-inside treehouse greet us in the lobby. Our room has multicoloured bricks on most surfaces, with huge windows overlooking the park, and even the television plays the Lego TV channel. Check into Hotel Legoland with over-the-rainbow family rooms for a truly unforgettable experience Excitement levels are scarily high until Freya and Nate discover boxes full of Lego and settle down to build – phew! Family rooms for four start from £280 per night B&B, including two-day Legoland entry (Legoland.dk). After a buffet breakfast we hit the Lego House. On the outside it’s made up of 21 giant Lego bricks, while inside the Tree of Creativity stretches up through the middle of various Experience Zones. There we build fish ready to scan into a virtual tank, film our own Lego movies, race cars down tracks and program robots, capturing each of our creations on screens linked to a free app on our phones. Entry is £27 in advance, and under threes go free (Legohouse.com). Victoria, Nate and Freya had a blast exploring Billund The creativity continues at the Mini Chef restaurant. We choose our order with Lego bricks before scanning them into a screen at our table where Lego chefs make our lunch before robots serve it in brick boxes. The kids are beyond impressed, the food’s delicious and they get a Lego mini figure as a memento. Adult set meals cost £20 and kids’ meals cost £12. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] At Legoland, Freya and her dad are soon flying around on The Dragon in the Knights’ Kingdom, shooting lasers in Ninjago The Ride and attending Ice Pilots School in Polar Land. Meanwhile, Nate and I enjoy Duplo Land, marvelling over miniature cities in Miniland before chilling in Penguin Bay and exploring Atlantis by Sea Life. Entry to Legoland is £40 in advance (Legolandbillundresort.com). En route to the airport we’re all agreed, Lego towns are totally the future of family holidays. Legoland Billund reopens on March 30, 2019. Plan your trip at Visitdenmark.co.uk. British Airways has two daily flights from London Heathrow to Billund, starting at £73 return (Ba.com). [bc_video video_id=”5800331983001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Video shows construction of record breaking Lego bridge to be unveiled in shopping centre”] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
16 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
BILLUND might not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of Danish holiday destinations, but Lego’s hometown is a kid’s paradise. There’s Scandinavia’s biggest waterpark, a safari zoo, Viking history and a nearby coast teeming with wildlife – as well as, of course, the original Legoland and new Lego House. Lego’s hometown is a kids paradise, offering Scandinavia’s biggest waterpark, a safari zoo, Viking history, a gorgeous coast and of course the iconic Legoland Touching down at the town’s airport, we’ve been in the car mere minutes when Freya, eight, and Nate, three, start shouting and pointing “Lego House!” and “Aquadome!” before the big one “Legoland!”. I think we’re in the right place… [bc_video video_id=”5802538314001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The first trailer for 2019 film The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”] Heaven is a waterpark FIRST stop is Lalandia, home of the Aquadome, where we step out of winter and straight into summer, thanks to the dome’s tropical atmosphere. There are bars and shops, a plaza with a mini amphitheatre, restaurants, rustic terraces, street lanterns and a blue sky. Visit Lalandia and enjoy the dome’s tropical climate even in the middle of winter “It’s so lifelike, this is heaven,” breathes Freya. Lifelike it probably isn’t – but fun it definitely is. Signs direct us to Monky Tonky Land for softplay and Winter World for ice skating and skiing, before the kids pull us into the dome itself. It’s paradise-like, with slides of all sizes, a huge Aqua Splash playground, wave pool, cave pool, activity pool and wild and lazy rivers. In another life I’d have been hitting the spa pool, but for now I’m flying down the Twister and Octopus racers trying to keep up with Freya. Lalandia has all sizes of slides, as well as a mini amphitheatre, restaurants and rustic terraces “This is more than I ever dreamed!” she shouts over her shoulder. Entry to Lalandia is £33 for adults, £27 for under 12s and free for under threes. Treat your kids to a fun day out with Lego trains and adventure [bc_video video_id=”5634349474001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Take a look inside LEGO house located in Billund, Denmark”] Staggering out exhausted, we check into our Lalandia lodge – a Nordic-style holiday home with wood-panelled walls, pitched ceilings, underfloor heating and a fully equipped kitchen. For the first time ever, both kids beg to go to bed. Self-catering homes sleeping four start from £375 for two nights, with free entry to the Aquadome and Monky Tonky Land (Lalandia.dk). Safari Stylin’ THE next morning we head 25 minutes away to Givskud Zoo and walk past elephants and monkeys before jumping in the car to drive safari-style past giraffes, zebras and lions. Later, back on foot, we enter the Dinosaur Park, where full-size models come to life as we least expect it – with Nate letting out ear-piercing screams every time. Head to the Givskud Zoo where you can walk past the elephants and monkeys, before doing a driving safari Denmark has many World Heritage Sites that offer interactive experiences Entry costs £25 for adults, £13 for under 11s and under threes go free (Givskudzoo.dk). Just down the road is the Royal Jelling Experience Centre at the UNESCO World Heritage site where ancient rune stones were found inscribed with the name Denmark. On an interactive journey of conquering, settling and all the battlefield gore in between, we hear stories of Norse gods and Viking kings. Meanwhile, Nate shouts “I’m died!” with glee on his own virtual journey from death in battle to the Viking afterlife. Entry is free (Visitvejle.com). Cool coast THE following day we head an hour west past pine forests and Christmas tree farms to the coast of West Jutland. At Wadden Sea Centre and wetlands (another UNESCO World Heritage site), more interactive activities teach us about the coast, the tides and its wildlife. Stroll along the beautiful beaches and then head to the Wadden Sea Centre where you can learn about the coast, tides and wildlife We make paper birds to see which fly furthest and turn birdsong DJs, but the best bit is a tank where we lift and examine hermit crabs, stroke starfish and spot shrimps and oysters. Entry costs £12 for adults, £6 for under 13s and under threes go free (Vadehavscentret.dk). In the cafe we tuck into crusty chicken, bacon and salad rolls, £7, while the children eat cheese and ham buns, £5, before we take a blustery walk on this unique, majestic coast. Nearby Ribe may be Denmark’s oldest town, but it’s been perfectly preserved, and timber-frame houses with ornate front doors surround the cathedral (Visitribe.com). After sampling local chocolate at Temper Chokolade (Temperchokolade.com), we walk the cobbled streets, dipping in and out of treasure-filled shops. Building memories HEADING back to Billund, we check into Hotel Legoland, where a giant Lego dragon and climb-inside treehouse greet us in the lobby. Our room has multicoloured bricks on most surfaces, with huge windows overlooking the park, and even the television plays the Lego TV channel. Check into Hotel Legoland with over-the-rainbow family rooms for a truly unforgettable experience Excitement levels are scarily high until Freya and Nate discover boxes full of Lego and settle down to build – phew! Family rooms for four start from £280 per night B&B, including two-day Legoland entry (Legoland.dk). After a buffet breakfast we hit the Lego House. On the outside it’s made up of 21 giant Lego bricks, while inside the Tree of Creativity stretches up through the middle of various Experience Zones. There we build fish ready to scan into a virtual tank, film our own Lego movies, race cars down tracks and program robots, capturing each of our creations on screens linked to a free app on our phones. Entry is £27 in advance, and under threes go free (Legohouse.com). Victoria, Nate and Freya had a blast exploring Billund The creativity continues at the Mini Chef restaurant. We choose our order with Lego bricks before scanning them into a screen at our table where Lego chefs make our lunch before robots serve it in brick boxes. The kids are beyond impressed, the food’s delicious and they get a Lego mini figure as a memento. Adult set meals cost £20 and kids’ meals cost £12. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] At Legoland, Freya and her dad are soon flying around on The Dragon in the Knights’ Kingdom, shooting lasers in Ninjago The Ride and attending Ice Pilots School in Polar Land. Meanwhile, Nate and I enjoy Duplo Land, marvelling over miniature cities in Miniland before chilling in Penguin Bay and exploring Atlantis by Sea Life. Entry to Legoland is £40 in advance (Legolandbillundresort.com). En route to the airport we’re all agreed, Lego towns are totally the future of family holidays. Legoland Billund reopens on March 30, 2019. Plan your trip at Visitdenmark.co.uk. British Airways has two daily flights from London Heathrow to Billund, starting at £73 return (Ba.com). 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