Night Swan Intracoastal Bed and Breakfast
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... when I walked past, I realised it was fibreglass.
It was HHUUUUGGGGE !!
Into the building Atlantis and up a large spiral ramp where we stopped and waited for a while. Then into a theatre where we stood to watch a film about the evolution of the Atlantis craft - I stood against the wall as it was a “360 degree” screen and was concerned I may get a bit woozy. I need not have worried but can say it was ...
... pros, that is really good for me - I've killed way too many brain cells over the years. Spent a little pool time working on our tans, just a relaxing time. Off to Jacksonville Beach tomorrow. We are going to look at some potential rentals in the area before we leave - might be a good place to hang out in the winters.
... by spinning rides and roller coasters. Universal is great and the roughness was completely self inflicted so I can't blame it for that, plus we got to ride the new Transformers ride before it opens, which was ace, but Themeparks and hangovers do not mix. Not to bore you with too many details but we didn't get a great deal of sleep at the hotel for one reason or another and a re-emergence off an illness Tess has had since arriving in Florida made it a tough few days to be ...
... up our drift in 60 hours. Even though I got seasick some, Cliff and Ed got us through the worst of it. It is only the second time in his life Ed got seasick. Esprit de Mer is a wonderful boat. She can handle a lot more than the humans on her.
Marsh Harbor was great. And ...
... Space Station, narrated by Tom Cruise, and one about the Hubble Space Telescope, narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio. They were both amazing, but I have to give the nod to the ISS/Tom Cruise one, as you got to see an actual space station repair taking place via spacewalk by astronauts tethered to the shuttle.
The Robot Scouts Exhibit was surprisingly fun. It's in a little building that they've completely automated, so that the tour is completely ...