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We were lucky to get such a glorious day at the beach on Friday because the rest of our vacation was too cold and blustery to enjoy a good swim. Fortunately we had a lot of other things planned should hanging out on the beach all day long not look tempting. We bought a membership to the zoo shortly before leaving on our trip because that will also let you into North Carolina aquariums for free. Admission to the zoo for our entire family is $63. Admission to the aquarium is $48. 75. But a membership that lets us into both places is only $75. That's what we get for having a large family, I suppose. We're planning on hitting up the zoo later (though I do admit that I'm on the fence about the ethics of zoos and aquariums. I think when done correctly they can help raise people's awareness for the need for conservations and so forth, but who really wants to be stuck in a cage or tank for their entire life). The Pine Knoll Aquarium was our first stop for the day. Here's a few pictures of the children enjoying the sea turtle statues:. All the fish, including the sharks, were swimming around in endless circles (very unfulfilling) but the sea turtle was not. " So we went to investigate and found it was none of those things. We could its leathery skin rippling in the current and it looked rather pleased with life as it shifted this way and that to ensure a full-body massage. Here's Zoë enjoying watching the fish swim around. She wasn't this alert/interested the first time she visited an aquarium. The weather had cleared up a bit by the time we'd finished with all the indoor exhibits so we decided to see what was outside. The aquarium abuts the Theodore Roosevelt State Natural Area (land donated to the state by Roosevelt's children with the caveat that it be used as a preserve) and there are some trails you can access from within the aquarium (or so I'd read). The playground was fun, and we spent quite a bit of time there, by beyond that the woods were so mosquito ridden that we were literally running for the safety of indoors. I should have listened to the locals (always listen to the locals) when I overheard a father tell his daughter, "I think we'll skip the mosquito walk today. Anyway, the playground was fun. Here are some pictures of Rachel and Daddy enjoying the life bouy swing (but there was quite a bit more to the playground than just that). There was also an exhibit of trash that had been collected on the beach (and the dangers our trash poses to sea creatures), which greatly concerned the children. Miriam was so moved by the exhibit that she picked up a bag of trash that had washed ashore when we visited the beach onsite and carried it back to the visitor's centre so she could put it in the trash can. Anyway, here we are in Fort Macon. The fact that Macon sounds so much like 'bacon' was not lost to the children and there have been many, many jokes made about Fort Bacon the last several days. Here are the kids by an original-to-the-fort (circa 1834) mortar cannon:. The fort was fun to explore but, honestly, there are so many drop-offs that my heart was pounding the whole time. "No running. " Seriously—take one wrong step and you end up twelve feet below where you intended to be. How did they manage the chaos of battle. I could hardly manage the chaos of three (walking) children. There are twenty-six casemates in the citadel and several of them have been done up to show how they may have been furnished during any given time period the fort was active (the Civil War (what's known as "The War Between the States" in these... It was deactivated after the Reconstruction (until 1877) and was abandoned by the army after the Spanish-American War (in 1903). In 1923 it was actually offered for sale as "surplus military property" but was turned into a state park in 1924. The... But seriously. we sunk a few U-boats out there and the U-boats sank even more of our boats because we were so underprepared for a war that they were just lazily patrolling our shores—there are accounts of German soldiers sunbathing on top of their submarines in... No kidding. Anyway, here are the kids listening to the audio about the Civil War:.

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A few years ago, I got to see a 1:1500 scale model of London at the Building Centre there. It is a large scale model of the heart of the city in three dimensions, with representations of most buildings, landmarks, parks, the Thames, and the (at the time yet to be built) Olympic Park. It's extremely impressive. And it is as nothing compared to The Panorama at the Queens Museum of Art. Here's two panorama photos to give a sense of the scale: • view from the “west” • view from the ”south” ⁂ Quoting from the Museum’s page on the The Panorama of the City of New York: The Panorama is the jewel in the crown of the collection of the Queens Museum of Art. Built by Robert Moses for the 1964 World’s Fair, in part as a celebration of the City’s municipal infrastructure, this 9,335 square foot architectural model includes every single building constructed before 1992 in all five boroughs; that is a total of 895,000 individual structures. The Panorama was built by a team of 100 people...

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A few years ago, I got to see a 1:1500 scale model of London at the Building Centre there. It is a large scale model of the heart of the city in three dimensions, with representations of most buildings, landmarks, parks, the Thames, and the (at the time yet to be built) Olympic Park. It's extremely impressive. And it is as nothing compared to The Panorama at the Queens Museum of Art. Here's two panorama photos to give a sense of the scale: • view from the “west” • view from the ”south” ⁂ Quoting from the Museum’s page on the The Panorama of the City of New York: The Panorama is the jewel in the crown of the collection of the Queens Museum of Art. Built by Robert Moses for the 1964 World’s Fair, in part as a celebration of the City’s municipal infrastructure, this 9,335 square foot architectural model includes every single building constructed before 1992 in all five boroughs; that is a total of 895,000 individual structures. The Panorama was built by a team of 100 people...

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