|This is my "I hate pink eye face"|
|Because robots are cool!|
|This is dark, but you can kind of see the 10 story slide and 5 story slide. I did the 5 story slide and Tony did the 5 and 10. Andrew decided no thanks on the 5 story slide|
|Yep, there is a reason why everyone wears knee pads. I can't believe the places I climbed, squeezed and slid down. I am hugely afraid of heights and claustrophobic, and I managed to conquer those fears all in one night|
|This train has a loop that goes through all kinds of cool scenes. Andrew wasn't tall enough to ride last time we came but this year he was and he rode multiple times!|
|I still can't believe that I did the things I did, all to keep up with one very fast and very fearless little red head.|
|I did a ton of army crawling. I was a sweaty mess after all the crawling, running and squeezing.|
|Yep, found another train|
|My favorite part of the museum. Really cool old vibe.|
|Little man was tired, but didn't want to leave.|
|Old school photo booth!|
5. Some of the old school stuff requires money, like real paper money. I did see change machines and I am sure there were ATMs there as well, but just bring it so you can do fun things like the pinball machines and the old school atari games.
7. If you don't like TROVES of kids EVERYWHERE, this isn't the place for you. I think parents dump kids off by the bus loads. While we saw several adults having a great time and there were several places to get adult beverages, the majority of the population is young, exuberant children.
Okay, I think that is enough for one post. Will do another post on Day 2 and 3 of our mini vacation!