We went to Legoland. (Matt and Jason went skiing on Wednesday. I'll let Matt do that post if he so desires.)
Eleanor had a lot of fun riding the little rides.
Eleanor really liked the "giraffe car ride" where she got to ride around and look at almost life-sized animals built out of Legos. Matt was taking the pictures from his "zebra car." We didn't get any pictures from the fairy tale ride, but it was fun as well. They had various fairy tale characters (the three pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, the three billy goats gruff, etc) all built out of Legos and animated along a "river." We rode in a "green, green boat" to see it all.
The most amazing part of this park is Miniland, where there are replicas of various cities. We saw a trolley driving down the streets of San Francisco, a bull rider in the mid-west, taxis driving around NYC, a marching band in front of the White House and so much more...of course, all built out of Legos. Eleanor's favorite part of this was walking along the curb and pressing the various buttons that made things play music or move.
Best of all, we found a Chick-Fil-A to eat at on our way home! Mmmm...nuggety goodness. LA has 5,034 Starbucks, but no Chick-Fil-A's. What kind of city is this???