Hi There! After excellent work by the guys in the Construction Crew we wanted to give you a tour of our little Parisian restaurant ‘Chez Albert’. This little restaurant has it all. Outside there is some bistro seating where you can grab some fresh air while you enjoy the homemade breakfast croissant and tea - or coffee if you prefer. For those balmy summer nights there is the terrace area where Terrance the waiter will bring you your haute cuisine.
Every now and again however, you might find an odd man wandering along and into the white door. This is Pierre L'Ego. He is the resident artist and he lives in the cosy 1 room apartment with a fold down bed and a real fireplace. The apartment is on the second floor but whenever the whim to create takes him, he climbs the outdoor staircase to the attic where he has his studio. Pierre is in his Mondrian phase at the moment and runs the Art Gallery in town.
On the ground floor you can see the special restaurant where a young couple are waiting for their meal and it looks like it might be a special occasion! Terrance has just brought out the champagne from the ornate cabinet for the happy couple and Chef Simon is just about to carve a massive turkey! Chef’s kitchen is full of expensive equipment, a refrigerator stocked with all sorts of goodies, a state of the art cooking range, a chef’s knife rack and plenty of space to cool his special desserts.
I hope you’ll drop by soon.
Hi there, its Bert! I’m coming to you today from our Corner Café. This is a special construction commissioned for Lego Town, resplendent in its orange and white décor it is a light and exciting place to have a drink and a bite to eat. Inside we have a food bar, free water from our water cooler and on an evening there is Cyril who will come and tickle the ivories to the delight of local residents. Once you have your beverage or snack you can relax on the comfy red sofa and read one of the latest magazines from the bookshelf before retiring to the hotel upstairs. The hotel has two rooms, one with bunk beds for the kiddies, a shower and toilet en-suite. The second further upstairs on the top floor is the master suite commanding a staggering view of the town from the sumptuous large double bed. It has a nice relaxing space to watch the world go by. You can find our lovely Café over the road from Lego Town Bank Inc.
Hi, Bert here. So, in an effort to sell the idea of a few new building projects to the Lego Planet Planning Committee, I created a mock up of the Sydney Skyline to show them how it would look. At this point one of them (the smart one!) highlighted the fact that these structures were in the harbour area, and as we don't have a harbour.... well, you can guess how the rest of the conversation went, and that was even before we got to 'budgets'. I really wish I had googled it all now! But, not to be beaten I am seeding ideas to Bill and his 'Crew of Doom' that if a few existing buildings were to have an 'accidental' demolition there would be room for a harbour.
In response to the towns vote of confidence by re-electing Mayor Arnold L'Ego. The mayor today officially opened the playground naming it Foresters Green after the original name of the clearing. The children of the town wasted no time getting to grips with their new toys. Ted the quietly spoken owner of the adjacent tea shop said, ‘I think it’s lovely that the children have a safe and clean place to play and ride their bikes.’ A few of the children were treated to ice creams for the Mayors photo shoot, much to the disappointment of the others.
I'm told everyone had a good time in the park. You can see Sid the chippy putting the finishing touches to the sign and Mayor Arnold in his best hat waving in the background.
I'm Bert L'Ego. I started L'Ego construction with my best friend Bill L'Ego X (no direct relation) straight out of construction college. Although Bill and his sons are all about blowing stuff up, he needs to have something built first and that is where I come in. I head up the construction guys here in the planet and there is always something that needs building or moving. I got talking to Larry one day when he was researching a story and he offered me the chance to write an article about one of the constructions we were doing and I haven't looked back! You will ultimately find them in here, the Construction Crew Projects blog.
Hi, I'm Bert L'Ego.
I started L'Ego Construction with my best friend Bill L'Ego VIII straight from college.
Bill and his sons are all about blowing stuff up.
I lead the construction guys here in the planet and there is always something that needs fixing, building or moving.