Saturday, April 19, 2008

Water, H2O = Life!

The only resource more precious than the air we breath, is the water we drink. The American Museum of Natural History, subject of the movie, A Night at the Museum starring Ben Stiller, is hosting a "must-see" exhibit: H2O=Life. If you will be visiting New York City between April 19 - May 25, 2008 a visit to the museum will be well worth the time. Tip: check out the NYC City Pass for discounts on several great outings including the American Museum of Natural History. If you don't buy the pass before you get to the museum, you can purchase it there and then you will also have discounts to some other must-see NYC attractions. The H2O website is itself interesting. You will learn a lot from reading it and it is beautifully illustrated. If you have never been to the museum you are in for a real treat. Just don't expect to view the entire museum in a day...week, or even a month. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes. You will only leave when your feet give out! I love this place. Description from the AMNH website:

Water unites us

Every language has a word for water; no living thing exists without water. It soothes the spirit and sustains the body; its beauty inspires art and music. Employed by cultures around the world in rituals and ceremonies, water bathes us from birth to death. Water is essential to life as we know it. And as it cycles from the air to the land to the sea and back again, water shapes our planet—and nearly every aspect of our lives.

Visit Water, H2O = Life and drink in the experience!

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