LEGO Audio & Braille Building Instructions for the LEGO City set "Holiday Camper Van".
Head for fun-filled vacations aboard the iconic LEGO City Holiday Camper Van. Drive to your favorite location, find a good spot to camp and unpack the outdoor furniture. Help bottle-feed the baby and use the baby carrier while you prepare dinner in the kitchenette. Enjoy a delicious picnic in the great outdoors, tuck baby into bed and plan your next destination. Tomorrow's another exciting day!
The box cover shows the Holiday Camper Van standing on the green meadow of a beautiful camping site on a sunny day. There are only a few small white clouds in the blue sky, and the camping site is surrounded by a white fence and many trees. The camper van is shown from the side, the spacious driver's cab facing left. There is a large and a smaller window on the side of the van, and between them there is the logo of the van company: it shows the brown silhouette of a deer standing in the mountains in front of a sunset, and a small brook is leading towards it. The logo is also printed on the top front of the van which accommodates the spacious sleeping compartment. The van is mostly white with a thin horizontal light blue line, a slightly thicker beige line and a thin dark grey line running under the windows on its side. The 4 wheels are black and have chrome-plated rims. In front of the van, there is a pebbled area for barbecuing, everything is set up for a tasty breakfast already. In the center, there are two camping chairs with table. A cup of coffee and a croissant are sitting on the camping table, and an egg is already frying in the pan on the camping stove. The coffee maker is also at the ready in case anyone wants a second cup. But first, mom is taking a picture of dad and baby in the right lower corner of the box cover. This looks like the perfect campsite morning!
Open the box. This can be tricky; ask someone to help you!
The box contains a booklet with visual building instructions, one small sheet with stickers, two plastic bags with numbers printed on them, and two loose pieces: one plate 2x16, and one plate 6x16. Ask a sighted person to help you find the correct bag!