Windemere Inn by the Sea
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... You can just see by their faces in the pictures, that this would be one of the highlights of the trip for them.
Then it was off to dinner at the Animation Restaurant. This restaurant was very unique as the pictures around the restaurant come to life and turn into cartoon fish tanks and they were full of fish swimming together to make pictures, Sharks, Nemo's and turtles big and small. As we sat down, we heard someone talking to us and were most surprised to find it ...
... climb upon and an equal number of signs to tell kids to not climb on the cannon, beautiful views from the parapets and, best of all, a nice breeze. We tried to check out the Fountain of Youth at 5:15, but found that it closed at 5:00. Now we know how Ponce de Leon must have felt.
After another attempt at finding a great road food eatery went horribly wrong, we made our last dash southward for the day. To add some perspective to our dining ...
... couple from Pennsylvania. The first couple, Kevin and Sylvia from New Jersey, are also Cruise Planners franchise owners like us! We made a plan to meet for breakfast later in the week to talk business.
We went to Trivia at 9:30 AM. It was disappointing because it was the same quiz we'd had on another Norwegian Cruise. I would think they would pay more attention to this, ...
... traffic in a crowded geosynchronous belt 22,300 miles above earth and assist with collision avoidance.
We spent the afternoon visiting as much as we could. Among 10 exhibits we did the Mission Status Update at Astronaut Encounter Theater, which was followed by a presentation by a former astronaut, Jack Lousma, who had logged 7,000 hours of flight time on a Skylab and a Shuttle mission. He described in vivid detail the experience ...
... Port Canaveral. It’s 71º outside, according to weather.com (my clock thermometer reads 80º out on the balcony). Ahhhh, quite nice for mid-December!
Mike and I ate lunch in the Garden Cafe, then got ready for our shore excursion. We disembarked Breakaway at 1:47 p.m. and paid $13 each for a roundtrip shuttle to nearby Cocoa Beach. The shuttle departed the port at 2:04 and dropped us off at the Sheraton Four Points Cocoa Beach at 2:18. ...