We love to travel (as you can tell from my blog posts) and share our stories and adventures. Whenever we mention our visit to Puerto Rico, it always seems intriguing to people. A while back I shared our visit to the Bacardi Rum Plant, and today I want to share our experience at the Arecibo Observatory when we visited in May of 2004.
SADLY I JUST FOUND OUT SOME HORRIBLE NEWS ABOUT ARECIBO BUT STILL WANT TO SHARE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR VISIT. READ TO THE BOTTOM FOR MORE DETAILS. 🙁
While visiting family in St Louis in October of 2014, we all went to visit the Saint Louis Science Center with my aunt and uncle. It is a complex with over 300,000 square feet, 750 exhibits, opened on November 2, 1991, and is among the largest of its type in the country. It wasn’t quite as big as the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, but according to the Association of Science and Technology Centers, is one of the top 5 science centers in the United States. I was quite interested in checking it out. Continue reading “Saint Louis Science Center in Missouri – Connect with Curiosity”