Take a VIP Tour of My City!

Hey Inquisitive writers! So, as I promised before, I will show you a VIP tour around my lego city! Just don’t tell anyone though, because the limited time tour can only accommodate you. I told you it was a special offer (and at no cost to you)

 

Take a.jpg

When entering the city (there are three entrances) you are wowed with all of the colors that pop out at you. Walking is the best way to make your way around.

 

Come on! Don’t want to keep the tour group waiting!

 

 

tour group.jpg

 

 

unnamed-16.jpg

An areal view of the city

 

unnamed-19.jpg

This part includes the hair salon, hotel (which is still being worked on) the clothing store, and many people out n’ about

 

unnamed-15.jpg

Wedding photos!

If you stop by at the hotel-in-progress, you can get a delicious pastry at the first-floor cafe. You can park your bike, take a seat, or eat outside.

 

 

unnamed-17.jpg

 

 

unnamed-12.jpg

If you’re booking a stay at the hotel, there are two room available (with a penthouse suite being built right now) The hotel even got 4.5 stars on Yelp!

 

 

hotel.jpg

Ok, I love the hotel, but we have to go on. There is a hair salon, clothing store, and farmer’s market nearby. 

 

 

befunkyhairsalon.jpg

 

 

mail store.jpg

See that big building in the background? Well, that’s the bakery/pet shop. You can see a full review on it here.

As you can see in the picture above, the postal office is being worked on. It’s basically a modular version of the LEGO Friends Heartlake Gift Delivery 41310.

 

 

girl.jpg

 

 

be funky street.jpg

This street includes a music school, flower shop, bakery/pet shop, boutique/photo shooting station, and part of the postal office. 

 

The music school has three floors; it’s basically the LEGO Friends Heartlake High 41005.

 

 

school.jpg

Next to it is the flower shop. It was renovated a lot actually, compared to how it was before. 

 

 

flower shop.jpg

You can even have some tea outside during a break (if you work there, anyways).

 

 

unnamed-18.jpg

I hope you enjoyed the tour around the city! There will definitely be more reviews travel posts in the future!

Hey before you go, I’m curious inquisitive to know what you think my age is. Don’t worry, it’s anonymous and your result won’t be posted publicly. You can take the poll on the right (or on the bottom if you’re viewing this on a mobile device), or if you’re seeing this in the WordPress.com reader, you can take the poll on the bottom

 

Take a

 

22 comments
  1. […] are some of the images of my city & my tiny […]

  2. This is amazing. You should work for Lego! I still have my Lego from the early 1980’s in the attic. It’s all in bits. One day I might re-build it!

    1. Aw thank you! I’m thinking about it, because it would make me really happy.

  3. Wow!!

    1. Thanks!

  4. What a fascinating little city. 🙂
    I’ve received a blog award, the Versatile Blogger, and would like to nominate you for one, too. don’t feel obligated, esp if you’ve just done an award, but if you’d like to accept and pass this on, see the details on my site: https://christinegoodnough.com

    1. Thank you! Just checked it out, and I learned a lot of great facts about you! Thank you for nominating me, but I now have an award-free blog. Can I decline?

      1. Most certainly you can decline. That’s fine with me, too. I’ve pretty much been an award-free blog myself, but now am going to get one of those badges that says it up front.
        On one hand these awards are kind of handy for letting your readers know about other blogs they may enjoy. On the other hand they’re somewhat like chain letters, and I don’t like the part of obligating others to pass them on.

        1. I completely agree! I actually have a sign on my website that says “award free blog” . I found I was getting nominated, and I couldn’t keep up with all of them, and then my blog was clogged with award posts and I didn’t have a chance to blog what I normally would blog about.

  5. ! I never really got to play with legos when I was kid, but that city is just fantastic!

    1. Thank you so much

  6. Oh those sweet memories! What a lovely post, makes me really happy to feel those childhood vibes again…

    1. Aw I’m glad this post made you feel nostalgic!

  7. OMG! Your city is EPIC!! 😍😍😍😍😍 I love it! It must have taken you ages to build everything ❤❤❤

    1. Thank you so much! I started to get the Friends sets in 2012, and I started thinking,”Why don’t I make it my own?” And then I still made MOCS (my own creations) for 5 years.

      1. Oh,that’s amazing!! 😍😍 You are really creative!

  8. Aw omg this is so cool! I love the flower shop; my sister owns a bunch of the lego friends sets, and I remember that we always had an excessive amount of lego flowers that came with everything, and we didn’t know what to do with them so we made a garden haha.

    1. I had the same problem; so I just made the flower shop! Thank you!

  9. I never really got to play with legos when I was kid, but that city is just fantastic!

    1. Thank you so much!

  10. I’m amazed!! This is perfect. Love it. Great work 🙂

    1. Thank you so much!

Tell me what's on your inquisitive mind