A Visit To The Red River Valley Fair – Fargo, North Dakota

In St. Louis, dinosaurs will walk the Earth once again in 2010. “DinoQuest:A Tropical Trek through Time” features dinosaurs and reptiles from the Cretaceous and Jurassic, period. And guess what? You’ll be able to talk to them, and no, you’re not hallucinating, they’ll answer you back.

When you get home, you will hear your kids talking about their museum trip. They may be excited about the planetarium show, a movie in the museum theater, watching the huge pendulum in the lobby of the museum, the full size animatronic dinosaur, the great blue whale, the insects, birds, animals, the “you name it.” They will want to go again.

The view is similar to a planetarium. The seats are built on a recline as the images on screen envelope you. The movie we saw, “The Mysteries of the Great Lakes”, was mostly about the sturgeon fish, but some of the camera angles gave me butterflies in my stomach. It felt like I was really flying over the lakes.

Tucked off behind the gift shop is the Sound Stairs. My friend commented these stairs turns everyone into a kid again. As one ascends and descends the stairs, a chime is played with each step.

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS, 9pm) – NEW! A state department employee and a plastic surgeon are killed by terrorists whose faces were surgically altered, and the team tries to find the only witness who can identify their new faces.

A newly discovered interest can lead direction to a child’s life. They may become so interested in a subject that they may make it an important part of their life. They may develop a life-long hobby or a vocation. For example, climbing into the giant heart model at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia may turn your son or daughter into a doctor of medicine, even a heart surgeon or cardiologist. The same museum also has an amateur radio station. I found that hobby to be a joy over the years.

The Berjaya Eden Park Hotel in Bayswater is close by Oxford Street. This is one of the major thoroughfares of Westminster. It is a huge shopping area with 548 shops. It is considered to be London’s main shopping district. All the major department stores have their flagship store on Oxford Street. It is also a common place to see preachers, political demonstrations, and Hare Kirshnas. At Christmas time Oxford Street is decorated in festive lights.