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Travel Blogs from New Smyrna Beach
Back on the bus, we saw alligators sunning themselves in one of the many waterways as well as egrets, various ducks and water birds etc and the Bald Eagle’s nest again. We saw Launch Pad 39A and various other sites including the back up power station.
It was HHUUUUGGGGE !!
Back at the main centre, we walked under the fuel tanks for a space craft – they were HHUUUUGGGGE … then as I ...
... to West End
Bahamas. From there they are on the Bahama Bank and stay inside the
barrier reef traveling East. Going straight across takes 2 to 3 days,
about 300 miles of ocean travel.
We wanted a Southerly wind as we crossed the Stream. Since the Gulf ...
... we each began to glance up from our menus and at first look at whoever we came in with, then back to the menu and then up and then finally looking at the others at the table. On the right side of the menu was now listed in large, proud lettering COMFORT FOOD! Listed were things like, chicken noodle soup, corn, peas, mashed potatoes, salads, and as main courses --fried chicken and MEATLOAF. And on the other side of the menu ...
... one catch a fish which was quite cool).
We finally arrived at the JFK Space Center, and made a beeline for the iMax Theaters. They were really good in HD, especially when we saw some of the pictures from the Hubble Space Telescope, which absolutely blew me away. Seriously, my jaw physically dropped.
Turns out we missed the penultimate rocket launch by a week, which we were both REALLY gutted about (Will ...
... 4PM when they closed the bridge to traffic and manually opened the draw bridge. Now it’s a high bridge with no delays. If only South Florida would begin this project.
We heard a bang! Which certainly got our attention as we were within sight of the VAB building at the Kennedy Space Center. Quick survey around the boat and a VHF announcement it was ...