A visit to San Francisco isn’t complete without experiencing The Tonga Room and Hurricane Bar. Yes it’s a bar, but it’s also a restaurant that children won’t want to miss. The Pan-Pacific Rim menu is tasty but what makes the place so special, so impossible to miss, is the artificial thunderstorms that come on the hour while a full band plays on a boat in a moat. You’ll be blown away as the kids sip soda and you enjoy one of the Tonga’s famous Mai Tais.
Contact no: (415) 772-5278
Location: 950 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
One baseball field, one soccer field, two outdoor basketball courts, a tot lot and areas for picnics and other leisure activities, two meeting rooms, a craft room, a weight room, and a large indoor basketball court.
25 tennis courts, Bud Kearns swimming pool, a senior center, a tiny tots play area, group picnic areas, an archery range, a multi purpose ball field, a velodrome (bicycle track), boccie courts, a disc golf course, a fitness parcourse, Petanque courts, Balboa Park Golf Course, native trails located in Florida Canyon, Golden Hill Recreation Center and Golden Hill Park
“2221 Morley Field Drive
San Diego, CA 92104”
Learn more here.
Yes, segways are those electric two-wheeled standup things that require no pedaling. Now from April to mid-November, get a two and a half hour tour that promises to be smoother sailing than Gilligan’s. The Mobile Entertainment company takes small groups on more than 5 mile riverfront tours, all from segways. See the beautiful Minneapolis skyline, the Mississippi River and more, all put into context with their Magical History Tour spanning 12,000 years. A chunk of cash and attention are required, but it’s not otherwise strenuous. Helmet-wearing will be required.
Contact no:(952) 888-9200
Location:125 Main Street, South East, Minneapolis, MN 55414
Always free, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is one of the country’s largest urban sculpture parks, featuring more than 40 works of art and the Cowles Conservatory. At the center is a beloved Twin Cities landmark – the playful fountain “Spoonbridge and Cherry.” The Garden is a collaboration between the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and the Walker Art Center.
A highway bridge over Interstate 70 is all that separates the German Village Historic District from downtown Columbus, but as one looks east from the interstate, the difference between old and new is glaring. A 20+ story structure sits just north of the interstate bridge, and just south, in German Village, no structure is higher than three stories. Five blocks south, the spire of St. Mary Church stands 197’ off the sidewalk and towers over everything around it. Structures and sidewalks are orange masonry, and many streets (about half) are still brick pavers.
260 N. Fourth Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215-2511
Call (614) 464-4099
Located in the heart of Downtown Columbus
Free parking in driveway
Tuesday-Saturday 10am to 4pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
Group Tours By Appointement
Admission: Adults $6 Seniors $5 Children $4
Call for special group rates
Available for parties, meetings and event rental
In stark contrast to the old-country aura of German Village, Easton is the most modern neighborhood in the city, its architecturally contemporary town center drawing shoppers and tourists to an array of nationally and regionally known stores, plentiful restaurants and varied entertainment
Location: 160 Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH 43219