Jimidimi

From Holland

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Hello

Mij name is Dick (sorry English people, it's how it is), and live in the south of Holland.

I met Lego because I am a father of 2 lovely (yes, really!) children and found out that maybe pappa likes Lego more than his children.

Always thinking about the question, what is nicer , Lego or playmobil? Well, I try to find out.

Greetings!

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Hi Dick, welcome to Eurobricks. Of course LEGO is much, much better we would say ;) but... you might also consider joining offline groups like Bouwsteen/LowLUG/BeLUG, whatever. They ave events for LEGO fans (and their children) to meet now and then.

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Thank you JopieK, I read a lot on lowlug, didnt know they meet in real life as well;-)

Bouwsteen, I have to find on google...so...I leave this page now;-)

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Welcome in Eurobricks :thumbup: :thumbup: Always and only LEGO :wink:

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Both groups also attend events like LEGOWorld, Zwolle and even events abroad.

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Welcome to Eurobricks, Dick!

Lego is definitely the best for kids as they can rebuild and change their stories. For adults Playmobiel is no alternative (assuming you do more than collecting). :grin:

What are your interests? City, Star Wars, technic, trains... ?

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Welcome to Eurobricks, Dick !

Don't forget about our Belgian club , BeLug ! They do a heck of a lot more than the "bouwsteen" on the MOC-side of LEGO.

grtz Saint

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