We then left to go see another very interactive park called Prospect Park which I have been to for my grade schools field days ever since I can remember. It's a great park with open segments of field that is built for large groups and schools to come and spend the day playing. After that we visited the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens visitors center to see the architecture of the center and to make a connection of where the landscape architecture begins and stops. With a green roof on top and seating areas with plants to the side of it, it shows that architecture and landscape architecture is one of the same when creating both a useful and interactive seating area. After that because the problem with the bikes we sat on the bored walk of Rockaway beach which I thought was a nice space for people to just sit and watch the beach. Once we got to the bike place though we couldn't see everything we wanted to, we got to experience a very interesting wetland that is used for kayaking and other water or boat sports.
Though The end of today was full of surprises it brought the day to a really interesting close with a great experience in a place I have never been to. The neighborhood was a huge culture shock from the usual NYC feel. There were football fields and a huge suburban community feel. I’ll definitely be going back especially to take that four person bike out for another ride.