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Now for the second larger set, I got at the Bricking Bavaria event one and a half weeks ago. The classic Paradisa Poolside Paradise, featuring the unique pool baseplate. The model counts only around pcs Modern counting, minifigs for 4 Parts, turntables for 2.
Got it complete with box, missing spare parts needed for some alternatesbut very worn instructions. Got it with slightly worn, but still instruction box at a hefty price, due to the Rarity caused by the glass domes included and that para-pink. The box is one of the more modern ones, which had an inner box and were common in the Late 80s- Mid 90s.
Sadly forgot to take a pic of the box back, instructiohs a link to a large pic on brickshelf: Box back by BS-User mbw. As always when building Medium sets I’ll do the alternates first, this time I made all of them. First the two smaller alternates on the instrucitons, which show a dance scene and a garden scene.
This is the other lid alternate. All Minifigs are used, altough some parts are switched between each other, making for different outfits. The model counts pcs and uses the big panels as a stage. The parrot and the palm are involved. Now on to the 3 box alternate models, which makes up for a total of 5 alternate models.
Nowadays you’re getting your average play feature pics on the backside, but back in the 90s, you had alternate models to show what you can make out of only the set’s parts. A shame, that they don’t make them anymore. The first of the alternates, showing a dou playing on stage in some sort of club.
It’s a building, but not enclosed, more like the scene models from the Lid. Build was quite easy, but required some try and error as always with alternates. Intresting stage detail using the big 6×16 plate and some light bricks and looks quite realistic. No panels involved and pcs used. This is the second largest alternate, but it doesn’t use the plate. The model is a nice small house with a lookout on the second floor.
The whole structure is just bricks and plates and some plants. Was quite hard to build it. The Building is quite modular at three different parts. The staircase with the chairs, the lookout and the First floor. The scene looks really relaxed and no panels on that one. This is the last and largest alternate featuring a nice little car, which is different to the one in the main model, having an higher rear.
The pool is partly covered for the seats and the bar, maybe should resemble an indoor basin, since the third plate isn’t used in the model. It looks like a larger version of the Sand Dollar Cafe from the same year.
Nice build and a really good looking bar, but I don’t know why this antenna behind the building, this wouldn’t have been needed. Model counts pcs, due to the car, so a little bit more, than the Sand Dollar Cafe set had. Now it’s time for the main model. This is a sort of villa with modern architecture and a panoramic window upstairs. It’s somewhat a cross-over between the Breezeway Cafe released in and a minifig house. It’s got an unique baseplate and the unique glass panels, which were only included in only two sets.
The large ones are unique to this set. My instructions were punchholed and beat up cracked at some pagesbut complete and readable. All pieces inside the box, common to this time an inner box inside the Set box and pink, due to the Paradisa theme. Visiting the House with your sigfig, hugging scenes etc. It’s nice to see you have the box, and still in pretty good shape. I haven’t been able to get any Paradisa sets but, this is one I wish I had, mainly for the car, baseplate, and large windows.
Did you buy that new or off eBay? Anyway, thanks for the review. I had this set in my childhood. Well, ostensibly it was my mom’s I surely wouldn’t have owned a GIRLS’ set at that agebut you can guess who actually built and played with it. In retrospect the pastel color scheme looks awfully boring, especially since the dominant colors rather than pink are white and grey.
The pink parts were too few to use the color as a primary color in any MOCs. And I can guarantee it was hard to use the lovely baseplate for much due to its light green color that didn’t match much else in my collection. At the same time, Paradisa carried with it a spirit of leisure and decadence not matched by any other themes I had in my collection.
Other beach-related or vacation-related sets tended to deal with outdoor recreation, like fishing, camping, and boat racing. But if I wanted to build a hotel or resort, this set’s parts usually formed the foundation. No that one is not from ebay.
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Got it as a birthday present years ago, since then it’s sitting on the shelf and polished minimum once every year, with car polish Since the model is metal, like the real thing, only details are plastic so it still looks quite ok, but the left rear wheel rim is beaten up, since the chrome colour was worn out through the years.
I hate “single use” parts sorry do not know the correct word for that and this set has so many that it feels to be far from Lego away.
I would be happy to see the landscape including the pool build with bricks instead of a single part. And if you take a look ate the many mediaval landscape topics you will see that this easily goes. The only reason is to save money, bricks sems to be expensiver than single plastics. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
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Lego set 6416 Town Poolside paradise
The Box Got it with slightly worn, but still intact box at a hefty price, due to the Rarity caused by the glass domes included and that para-pink. Box back by BS-User mbw Box Front showing the main model in the common seaside and palmtree background at dawn The box lid including some more alternate models. This are all contents, including that great baseplate 2. Lid Alternates As always when building Medium sets I’ll do the alternates first, this time I made all of them.
The Garden That’s the garden scene while building, had to replace one needed 1×1 with a grey one And done. The model is simple at around pcs but nice looking with that lounge and the pond Back view, you can see how the relax area is raised above the plate Verdict: Dance scene This is the other lid alternate.
Front view, the dancers are behind the gateway And inside, while the DJ is playing on his keyboard, at least I think it’s a keyboard Brds-eye view, the pool is covered to make up the dance floor Verdict: Box Alternates Now on to the 3 box alternate models, which makes up for a total of 5 alternate models.
Concert scene The first of the alternates, showing a dou playing on stage instructionx some sort of ldgo.
A few to the stage, again bad lightning due to fog outside Complete view the club area is hold up by letters and the palm leaves are the stage’s roof Verdict: Small beach House This is the second largest alternate, but it doesn’t use the plate. The staircase with the chairs, the lookout and the First floor mhh, looks a bit off-season, doesn’t it, well it’s november Now back to summer, the little girl is on instruvtions lookout and the couple enjoying a drink.
Shoreside Cafe This is the last and largest alternate featuring a nice little car, which is different to the one in the main model, having an higher rear. The alternate car, and driver. Maybe it should be the toilets The model is done, but where the heck is the barkeeper? Completed model with the barkeeper on his place. Main Model Now it’s time for the main model. They’re 4 in total, 2 male and 2 female figs.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted November 16, Posted November 17, Hi beside this is a “for girls”set this is oneof the reasons why i have gone into my dark ages. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Register a new account. Sign in Already have an account? Sign In Sign Up.