Monday, January 25, 2016

My Favorite Photos: Lego Leaning Tower of Pisa

I got my wife the Lego Architecture Leaning Tower of Pisa set as she likes the Lego series, and I was wondering how difficult this one would be since it leans like the real thing. It seemed to be the one that's given her the most trouble so far. 

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  1. Ok Adam and Daisy - that is just a little stage one of the big plan. Now save up and travel to Milan - that's the closest major airport for direct international flights from the USA and go see the REAL Tower yourselves and the other magnificent buildings in the 'Plaza of Miracles'.
    There is accommodation of all types in Pisa - from the wonderful family owned pensiones, student accommodation, and various starred hotels.
    Go while you are young - you can walk and see far more.

    Anyhow with the remote possibility of Americans voting in that lunatic Trump, you better get there before he blows it up like he will do to the rest of us. A "zoombie' crazed
    Lunatic in the White house with maybe (God forbid "Tea Party" Darling Sarah Palin as a possibly cabinet secretary!!!- the World shivers!
    B J Hunnicut aka Colin

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  2. Daisy will do well in whatever she enjoys. I HAVE SEEN THE REAL THING, BUT HISTORY DOES NOT IMPRESS ME.

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    1. Fair enough "LV" - history is unimportant to you,
      but you have seen the Tower of Pisa. I think Adam from his blog efforts and his side bar likes history.
      I am sure that if the opportunity was to arise, then Daisy would love to take her husband to Vientiane, the Capital of the country of her family, Laos. Now Vientiane is "steeped" in S E Asian history!
      B J Hunnicut aka Colin

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  3. Turned out great indeed, leaning away.

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  4. Wow that is impressive. Great job.

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  5. It looks like she did a great job on it, Adam...I would love to see the real one in person...

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    1. I sure hope "BJ" that you do but remember Pisa cannot be seen on a one day tour trip - you will need a couple of days to see the marvels of the city and the countryside.
      So make sure you do an independent trip with hubby or one of your young family members - they, the fit younger ones, come in handy with the luggage business - ha ha.
      Happy Pisa travels.
      Colin

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