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New York Borough History is Hot

New York Borough History is Hot

Gotta love infographics! Here’s an amazing one created by the brains at marriott.com/marriott/new-york-city-boroughs.mi (one of my favorite hotel chains to stay when we’re out and about). Click the image for an enlarged view. New York City’s Five Boroughs – An infographic by the team at Marriott New York Hotels Even though I lived in Manhattan […]

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The MOST, Syracuse, Part 3

The MOST, Syracuse, Part 3

The MOST– the Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse, NY, is a big place. We spent the better part of 3 hours exploring everything. Downstairs, the museum has a play area for little kids, and cave-looking rooms with loads of displays and interactive stuff. You can read about our visits in Part 1, Part […]

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The MOST, Syracuse, NY: Part 2

The MOST, Syracuse, NY: Part 2

You can read Part 1 of our visit here, and about the marvelous Toothpick City II display, here. We spent about 3 hours, exploring everything we could at the museum– it was a blast! Hands down, the best part was this– a “green room” display that had a TV with a basketball player. You could […]

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Museum of Science & Technology, Syracuse

Museum of Science & Technology, Syracuse

We visited the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) in Syracuse last week. Usually the museum is closed on Mondays, but due to the Easter vacation, they’d opened their doors. The building is situated at the Armory in Syracuse, a traffic-heavy circle in the heart of downtown. It took some navigating to […]