If it was hot outside, the aquarium would be cool from the AC.
For our son’s fifth birthday, the two of us kindly asked the guests to donate cash for season passes to either the zoo or the aquarium, then my son appreciated doing both of these things and he wanted this as his present instead of a bunch of little thingsâ€¦ After his gathering, the two of us counted the cash and saw that the two of us had enough cash, so I asked our son which locale he wanted to get season passes too. He couldn’t decide, so the two of us decided to visit both the zoo and the aquarium to see which a single the two of us liked better, then every one of us went to the zoo first, and while it was fun, it was hot, humid, and there was almost no relief from the sun. My son appreciated seeing all the critters, but the two of us ended up leaving after a few hours because it was too hot to stay. The day the two of us decided to go to the aquarium, it was rainy and cold. Thankfully though, the aquarium was inside and the two of us were able to continue our day despite the weather. When I discussed the chance of the zoo versus the aquarium, I made sure to emphasize that the two of us could go to the aquarium anytime because it was inside with both heat and air. If it was hot outside, the aquarium would be cool from the AC. If it was cold outside, the aquarium would be sizzling from the oil furnace. The zoo would only be fun if the temperature wasn’t too hot or too cold. After explaining this, our son decided that he wanted to get season passes to the aquarium and I couldn’t have agreed more.