Author Topic: LuxPlaymoDays 2013 (August 24-25)  (Read 978 times)

Offline Mitri

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LuxPlaymoDays 2013 (August 24-25)
« on: August 05, 2013, 13:19:33 »
A heads up for everyone interested, I just checked the date and ... LuxPlaymoDays 2013 is coming up this month:

http://www.playmo-frenn.lu/lang1/luxplaymodays.html


Zhe best PM convention around. :yup:

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Re: LuxPlaymoDays 2013 (August 24-25)
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2013, 10:12:02 »
now that's a decent entry price ;-)  thnx for the heads up. Just a bit too far to drive with 3 kids.  :-\

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Re: LuxPlaymoDays 2013 (August 24-25)
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2013, 10:14:53 »
Me & my father will be there  :) , cant wait for the exposition  :love:

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Re: LuxPlaymoDays 2013 (August 24-25)
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2013, 18:48:47 »
Just back from the event, had a great time ! awesome diorama's & great stuff to buy ( on Sunday ! , normally the good stuff goes out on Saturday).
I will upload pictures if i find the password of the photobucket acc  :lol:

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Re: LuxPlaymoDays 2013 (August 24-25)
« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2013, 07:40:16 »
We went too, and the Alpine diorama was my absolute favourite!  :love: PlaymoFrankJon, I hope you can upload some pictures of that one.
A woman collector (I forgot her name) had managed to merge what looked like almost ten of those Swiss chalets to one giant building. And how she managed to assemble so many clickies that fit the Alpine theme...? I had no idea there were so many clickies with braces on their torso's  :lol:

Didn't have time to take any pictures because I was busy shopping!
I got a the old hospital 3432. No idea how to work it into a diorama just now, but hey, isn't it kind of compatible with the Victorian theme?  ;D