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... yummy. I also pick up 'Women's Health' magazine for Helen, that always had a front cover with a fit girl in a bikini. Though this is good, I always feel uncomfortable picking off the shelf. There must be some who are suspicious of me though. Maybe I should pick up the 'The Best of Ted Gorely' complication DVD at the same time just to confirm their suspicions. I also buy a 'Best of Heart' CD that will please ...
... way in Fort Lauderdale! (here's hoping!)
The whole centre is beautifully set up and geared to handle thousands! We started with the gardens and then did a bus tour that took us down to the launching pads, seeing how the crawler works and learning about the difference between a Shuttle and Orbiter!!
The highlight was seeing the actual space shuttle Atlantis which is now on display which was just incredible to learn about.
... to return the keys. (He usually take the thing with him every time he makes a transaction when we're traveling!) At least the car was still there when we got back.
Embarkation was NUTS! Lines were out the front door and in the hot sun! Marshall told us later they were 30 minutes late due to a Coast Guard Inspection for which they score 100% for the second time this year. Once we were on the ship at 12:30 PM, I was happy to learn ...
... after taking the hard road?
We tend to do the simple things, the easy stuff, things within our comfort zones. But if we want to be great, we've got to take risks, welcome changes, travel the road less traversed and leave a mark.
I've been to many places, but visiting the NASA Space Center stands out as one of the most emotional and moving journeys.Thanks ate Babes and Lyra Lacson for taking me to a very unforgettable trip.
... allocated 2 days here, with an option to extend to a third. I wanted to be thorough!
A couple of years ago I went to Washington, DC to tour the Smithsonian Institute, which is made up of 19 galleries, museums and buildings plus there were a few exhibits I wanted to see outside of the SI. Even though I had allocated 5 days for tours I still couldn't see over half of them, and was always rushing. This time I wouldn't make the same mistake!
I put ...