Coquina Wharf B & B
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... a small boy again. The centre is divided up into a series of experiences - the Imax cinema, the huge Gift shop, the huge burger joint, the Garden of Rockets and so on….
The garden of rockets gives you a taste of what is to come - they are at once huge, yet surprisingly small. You just can't believe that some bloke half a century a go sat on top of these and let another set of blokes light the fuse. What the early space pioneers did was truly amazing. ...
... we piled into the car to drive through the Black Point Wildlife Drive and saw some beautiful birds and spotted more alligators near the small river. It was recommended to us if we wanted to see some large alligators in the wild to drive down Bio Lab Dr. It was a narrow road with tons of pot holes and tons of large gators. We ended up having a "tour guide" in a vehicle in front of us that would periodically get ...
... but don't be scare, I found a snack bar not so far with 0,99$ hot-dogs!
Secondly, during this first week, I had the worst experience in my internship until now. People close to me know how scare I am of big spiders. Now you will tell me "little things do not eat the big ones", but imagine the reaction could have a guy like me when he feel eight legs rise on his calf when he is weeding! Sorry for the people who follow my blog, but ...
... a nap, a few seminars, a cocktail party and before you knew it - it was time to shower and dress for dinner ( we always DRESS for dinner, we have the clothes and it's the only place we can wear them). the first of several really lovely days.
At one time Carnival had a really good deal you could only get onboard. You purchased a $100 certificate and it was good for any future cruise. Here's how it worked, you paid for ...
... byways of the Heartland of America, starting off by rolling across the sprawling flatland plains of southeastern Iowa and western Illinois that proudly hail fields of endless barn-dotted farmlands that stretch off well beyond the horizon! Some folks may think that that’s just a monotonous or a “time-inefficient” way to get around, but we find it’s just a comforting way to travel ...