When the De Young Museum in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park advertised their new exhibit, Birth of Impressionism, it went directly onto my personal wish list. With a traveling husband and kids home for summer, I reserved tickets for an afternoon in the city with my girls.
Upon entering the museum we sensed a stodgy vibe, and I wondered if I had made the right choice to bring them along. After all, this was the line to enter:
After a few laps through the gift shop, a U-Turn at the too-many-people Cafe, and a few games of MathGirl, we were ready to hit the line for our reserved session. Luckily, the line moved quickly. We thought. Until we reached the crowd.
Then later, of course, we made science experiments in the Cafe. All is well that ends well, or so they say.
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