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... eventually getting to the entertaining bit' rides get. We were looking forward to a good nights sleep when we checked out of the Hard Rock and that's just what we got at the Hilton at Seaworld. Feeling well rested we headed off to the park to see the animals and sea life they have there. Tess loves penguins so the new Antarctica Empire of the Penguins ride there was pretty much the reason we went. The ride itself isn't up to much to be honest, but the penguin cave at the end of it ...
... when we come back! Then, Kirk and I went to the beautiful beach of New Smyrna Beach and took a walk on it. After that, we went to a Chinese buffet and as usual when I go to a buffet, as I said:" Ils ont pas fait de profits avec moi!”
After two days under the sun, we decided to take a day off and relax in our relaxing room with Kirk and his banjo. Furthermore, we were suppose to see a baseball game of the Daytona Beach Cubs, the ...
... and have a small church at Man O War.
Sorry, we always forget to take pictures while trying to stay alive in the middle of a gale on the ocean.
I know we've been out of touch but we haven't had very good Internet access. More to follow.
... Okay, so I have been known to be ‘dizzy’ without the aid of a rocking ship, but this time, IT WAS THE SHIP! It had movement when we were in dock at Port Canaveral, when we were at sea and in a foreign port too. I spent the first 2 days to embarrassed to call the nurse, because Nancy said I was usually ‘dizzy’ anyway and not I was just nuts, the ship did not rock. But I spent the those first 2 days ...
... 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 ...