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Science Is Awesome #Throwback

#Throwback to the time we visited California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California.

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California Academy of Sciences

There was a time when we went to San Francisco and did not have a plan on what to do. California Academy of Sciences popped out as one of the good places to go. This place is located right in the middle of a big park. So going in, you'll already feel nature all around you. At the time we went, parking was pretty easy. I'm not sure if it's always like that or we were just lucky. But if you are ever in San Francisco, check out this place. Their planetarium is awesome. Science is awesome. 

Ticket Information can be found in California Academy of Sciences .


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