The Creole Inn
The Bike Shop
I survived the Saba landing
The Creole Inn
The Caribbean, the food capital of the world, where tropical beauty meets Gallic flair. Nowhere else then on the Friendly islands you will you find such a concentration of the finest restaurants, some are on one street overlooking the Caribbean Sea. charming old Creole houses. With local Creole tradition food. So I built this one on Lego Digital Designer (LDD). I really believe that this model could have a lot of genuine interest to fans of Creole houses. This is the first of a series of Creole houses from the Caribbean that I will be making.
The building consists of roughly 2515 parts and one floor: the restaurant, kitchen, and terrace and storage place below the restaurant floor. The building is surrounded by three palm trees. I used the colors bright yellow, flame yellowish orange and earth blue for the elevations. And for the roof bright orange that gives it a realistic feeling. Seven Mini-figures could be added such as a tourist, restaurant manager, chef. And a lot of details.
grates and bottles,
different food stickers for the shutters and panels for the menu,
The Bike shop
Ride fast and live well. Come and visit us for motorcycles, parts for modern classic and vintage motorcycles.
We have a handpicked selection of custom made vintage American and Japanese Street Bikes, Café Racers, Choppers, Bobbers and V-Twins.
A true one stop shop for motorcycle parts & accessories, bike tools, new helmets, vintage helmets, jackets, riding gear & shop equipment. In the back, we have a tire center and we have an in-house garage services and repairs.
The building consists of roughly 2160 parts and three floors: the main store, tire center and garage. I used the colors brown and tan that gives it a realistic feeling. Four-figures could be added such as two bikers, the store keeper and the mechanic. And a lot of details.
And a lot more!
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I survived the Saba Landing
All orignal LEGO parts @ design by RobenAnne copyrights RA-MT Brick Designs Almere
The building consists of 340 parts
Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport
is the only airport on the island of Saba in the Dutch Caribbean.
It is a dangerous airport because of the occasional high winds and the runway ends
with a high cliff in the sea
With its 400 meters long runway, it is one of the shortest in the world.
The airport can only be used by small aircrafts such as the Twin Otter.
Black-eyed Susan, the national flower of Saba.
Grows to a height of 1.8 to 2.4 m (~5.9 to 7.9 ft).
The vine has twining stems with bright green leaves that are
either heart-shaped or arrow-shaped.
The flower is typically yellow to a warm orange with a black center.
It has five petals.