This photo was taken after we got home. Unfortunately, the journey was brutal on the box, but the donuts were still delicious, despite their final appearance.
|Some of the subway stations have very beautiful works of art|
The admission was free, which was really surprising for such a lovely place! If you seriously needed to get away from the chaos of a crowded city, this would be the place to do it.
We decided to have a little fun and pretend like we were extra in Jumanji and the upcoming Jurassic World sequel. Who did a better job?
|Zach taking a big whiff of nature|
|Me overdosing on Vitamin D and not in a good way!|
|Mulder and Scully need to come down here cause we see crop circles!|
|Some areas reminded us a bit of the tree people seen in Lord of the Rings!|
|Blair Witch Project, anyone?|
There was also this statue in the middle that had a combination of indigenous people, Greeks, monks, and possibly a nun.
|The Green House (Side Entrance)|
Some of the trees decided to branch out on their own... literally! Look at these two weird examples and tell us what you think.
If you don't have enough pricks in your life, then you can always go visit the cacti section in the botanical garden.
Apparently, this tower is used to tell time, like a sundial, which now that we think about it is probably what it was. Some local told Zach that when the moonlight is strong, you can pinpoint on the ground the location of the stars. Zach thought it was bogus, but then again, he never saw it at night.
Being a huge Star Trek fan, I was reminded of the Preserver technology seen in the original series Star Trek episode 58: "The Paradise Syndrome."
|I felt like I walked on Mars because of all the red dirt that had covered my blue shoes|
|Can you spot the photo-bomber?|
|This bruschetta was by far the best I've had.|