I took off after Martha's to finally visit the reopened Queen's Museum. It's a long trip but there are two things that made it worth it to me.
The Unisphere, a remnant from the 1964 New York World's Fair. I remember driving by it years ago from the airport and couldn't believe what I was seeing. Robert Moses was a fanatic about this World's Fair and so much work went into it and this is what remains.
Inside the museum is this incredible Panorama of New York City, including all of the boroughs. It's built on a scale of 1:1,200 (1 inch equals 100 feet), it occupies 9,335 square feet.
This is where I used to live.
The view from Midtown out to Brooklyn and Queens.
I made the trip back to Brooklyn, specifically to OddFellows to eat this ice cream - cinnamon blood orange and sprinkles. Most ice cream pales in comparison for me to this place.