Cape Winds Resort
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- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... initially built: Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, and Atlantis. Of these, Challenger and Columbia were destroyed in mission accidents in 1986 and 2003 respectively, in which a total of fourteen astronauts were killed. A fifth operational orbiter, Endeavour, was built in 1991 to replace Challenger. The Space Shuttle was retired from service upon the conclusion of Atlantis 's final flight on July 21, 2011.
I had an amazing time spending a full day at the ...
... track called 'Rid your Albatross' springs to mind. It is indeed Time to Rid the Albatross Now. The invite for drinks yet again is a scam for free booze. When I arrive, thankfully some US colleagues are in the lounge. I say this as my UK colleague has a history with being outspoken and has ruffled the feathers of many. The Sandbar is packed as usual and this evening is 'Taco Night'. Eventually we get a seat ...
We made it to Cape Canaveral! Vern, Kim and the kids, along with Kevin and I, drove down to Canaveral from Atlanta. It took about 8 hours but there were lots of laughs, and some ice cream, to pass the time. Donna, Greg and the boys are on the way, but had a tough time with their flight. They should be here soon and then tomorrow we are off on the Disney Fantasy! We can't ...
... 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.
... men who guided us between high stone walls down the slippery, worn road. Apparently the men of Madeira have been putting people (mostly tourists, I’m sure) into these wicker baskets and sliding them down the town streets for over a hundred years now. We picked up some speed on the way down, but the sled runners seemed well in control of the
flimsy basket sleds. We made it down the hill in one piece and celebrated with a beer at the café. ...