Yesterday, I decided to get out because I felt better but still a little weak. I really needed a change of scenery. The people here at this campground are very nice but their idea of fun is bingo and shuffleboard. I decided to go to the Salvador Dali museum in St. Petersburg because a friend really was impressed when he went. The museum exhibit spans his entire career from 1904 to 1989. The building opened in 2011 to house his works and tell his story. The collection shows 96 paintings, photos, sculpture, original drawings, and manuscripts.
The building which is a piece of art itself, was designed by Yan Weyrmouth
The building is a simple rectangle
that from it erupts a large geodesic glass bubble made up of 1062 triangles and none are the same exact size.
Inside the building is a helical staircase that you can take to the exhibit from the first floor (or take the elevator.)
Looking out of the triangle windows you can see a beautiful garden and waterfront.
Unfortunately, you can not take pictures of the exhibits but they are very amazing. He was either mad or his imagination was out of this world.
As I was leaving the shopping area, I saw this car that water was flowing in the inside. In the front was a diver in full gear and in the back was a lady.
What a fun time. Well worth the trip.
Now that I feel better and have started riding my bike to get my strength back, it is time to see what I can get into..... air boat ride, sky diving, zip line, or what about a picnic by a lake?