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... After the tour we looked at the space artefacts and watched a few movies/documentaries. There isn't as much to see and do at the center compared to Kennedy so we left at about 3pm a little disappointed (spoiled perhaps at going to Kennedy first). For dinner we got some Chinese food and called it a night. The Chinese good wasn't that good - Sam had Mongolian Chicken (lots of onion) and I had sweet and sour pork (too sweet, or not enough sour ...
... a weekend so the traffic was not too bad. Seabrook is a really nice seaside town. For dinner we found an independent restaurant called Seabrook Classic Cafe. Sam had crab cakes and I had chicken schnitzel, and we shared a homemade key lime pie for dessert. The food was really yummy and there were lots of locals both eating in and taking out so it was a good ...
... as ever. The far wall is a timeline of all the Apollo missions which is interesting to read as well.
My final defeat came as we walked back to catch the tour car back to the main centre, and the entire pathway was once deep puddle. Despite my efforts to climb around it there was no option in the end but to just ruin my shoes and wade through the water, but not before I cut my hand on the fence post I had been holding onto to stay above ...
... hope that maybe it'll inspire you to take a trip of your own sometime, at some point in your own travels. And for those who may not be able to afford the chance, let this be a small window into a lost world.
Let me take a moment to introduce myself and my immediate traveling companions. My name is Josh Lucas, I'm a Reptile and Amphibian keeper at Oklahoma City Zoo. I'm traveling with my lovely, and endearing wife, Sonia Lucas, who ...
... regulations. Zoning effectively acts as a supply restriction, and if demand exceeds supply the price must rise. In 2008 only 4% of Houston’s homes were in foreclosure compared to 11.5% in Florida and 14.4% in California.
Okay, okay, now you know what bored economists do. Back to my non-economist activity – watching Broadchurch on my computer. :)
Hasta maņana en ...
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