The Yerba Buena Gardens are located in San Francisco, California. Basically, it's two blocks of public parks in downtown San Francisco. It provides over 100,000 square feet of green space for the residents. There's grass, gardens, streams, and fountains, and even a 100 year old carousel (built in 1906) that children can enjoy.
Children can also find a playground, a labyrinth made of hedges, and an area where they can alter the flow of the streams to create dams or irrigate the gardens.
The park is open daily from dawn to dusk. The Carousel is open daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The cost for two rides on the carousel is $3.00.
Now for something a little different. We're going to play a game. It's "name that flower (or plant)." I'll provide a picture, and you see if you can name it. I'll give the answer and information about it tomorrow.