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When I was asked which sets I was looking forward to and would like to review out of the summer wave, my immediate answer was 41101 Heartlake Grand Hotel, which brings together my love of the Friends theme and detailed LEGO buildings. It is the largest set ever in the Friends range, coming in at an RRP of £99.99 and a piece count of 1552. But is it worthy of the moniker “grand”? Read on to find out...
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Wedge09 has sent in details of an event taking place in Pisa, Italy this weekend:
Orange Brick Team LUG organizes for the second time PisaBrickArt at Pisa, Toscana, Italy. This LEGO Exhibition will feature different thematic areas covering different LEGO themes like Star Wars or Technic but it won't stop there; this exhibition will feature an artistic area where art meets LEGO too, and Scientific, Educational, Artistic, Technical and Historical insights about our beloved LEGO bricks.
Orange Brick Team LUG will be joined by Dolomites Bricks, Trentino Alto Adige's LUG, that will come with its collection of LEGO Star Wars.
For more information you can visit the event's website.
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The results of the nine project review are complete. One project has made it to production and one gets a pass.
I will say though that this was my favorite concept of the review and I am extremely happy to see it get selected.
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The Friends line has been divided into two halves this Summer, with one based on Livi, a pop star visiting Heartlake City, and the other focusing on tourism. 41098 Emma's Tourist Kiosk is the smallest of these, priced at just £9.99 and containing 98-pieces as well as one minidoll.
41101 Heartlake Grand Hotel might be the most visually impressive Friends set of the Summer, but this set offers a fantastic parts selection for the price and looks great as a stand-alone model or as part of a larger scene.
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Brick Events and members from QLUG (Queensland LEGO User Group) based in Queensland Australia are holding the first ever Townsville Coast Brick Event to be held over the weekend of 6th & 7th June at the Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre, Entertainment Drive, Townsville , opening hours are from 09:00 to 16.30 Saturday & from 09:00 to 15.30 Sunday.
This event will feature over 25 exhibits, stalls and build and play zone. Exhibits will feature Space, Harry Potter, Wild West, Megastructures, Pirates, Medieval, operating trains, Duplo City, play tables and much much more.
Tickets will be available at the door: $13 Adults. 16 year and over. $7 Child (3 to 15 years).
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Head down to your local Toys R Us in Singapore in the next four weeks, spend $80 on Ninjago sets and you'll receive a hitherto unknown polybag 30294 The Cowler Dragon free.
Source: Facebook. Thanks to grendel753 for the news.
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