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There is a park in Raleigh called Nash Square. In that park one can find some of the most amazing trees in the Carolinas. These trees are known as live oaks. There girdth is huge. They are a great picture taking opportunity in the City of Oaks. Just across from this park is Joe’s. This restaurant has the flavor of genuine Carolina. The hours are limited.

This is a must stop on your tour of Seattle. This is an hour long tour of the Seattle bay. It is one of the more elaborate and exciting tours that should be on your itinerary. This cruise is offered by Argosy Cruises and it will point out all of the major features of Seattle Bay and it is great fun. If you want you can upgrade your tickets and still get a great discount on any of the other packages or cruises that Argosy Cruises offers. However it is recommended if you have never been out to sea that you try a shorter trip the animatronic dinosaur manufacturers first time out.

Circular Quay has played a pivotal role in the life and economy of Sydney. It was an important maritime hub. Today, it is the favorite terminal for ferries and yachts, which you can charter. The boats can take you all across the majestic Sydney Harbour and into the Harbour Bridge. It can even go as far as Mosman and Watsons Bay.

But that unfortunate experience at the Planetarium has not spoiled me from enjoying all that the Science Center has to offer. And there’s so much to choose from. There’s the Omnimax Theater, complete with a wraparound screen and something like 50 loudspeakers, it really puts you right in the middle of the action. So much so that some people get dizzy and have to put their heads down between their legs.

This was the primary reason for our visit to the Science Museum of Minnesota, and we were not disappointed. My son insisted upon posing in front of each dinosaur for a photo. I checked, photography is allowed at the Science Museum of Minnesota. The highlight of the dinosaur display is the Diplodocus, which is the largest dinosaur on display at 82 feet long and weighing 12 tons.

So come on down to the Science Center and check out these displays and all of the other neat stuff that they have to offer. You’ll feel all the enthusiasm of when you were in science class in school.