Quality Inn Kennedy Space Center
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We got a wake up call today and good thing we did too … breakfast was included in the room rate however the breakfast room which formed part of the hotel lobby was waaaay too small to accommodate the number of guests that this hotel could take.
When we arrived, Dean and Jean were sharing a table …
... were actively exploring space.
We took a bus tour around the site, it takes you to the assembly building & past some of the launch sites but unfortunately we couldn't understand the guide! He was from the Deep South & had a very strong accent so we missed most of the presentation!
... between 2 trees so wondering what an Oak Hammock was I checked it out on good old Wikipedia
"Hammock is a term used in the southeastern United States for stands of trees, usually hardwood, that form an ecological island in a contrasting ecosystem. Hammocks grow on elevated areas, often just a few inches high, surrounded by wetlands that are too wet to support them. The term hammock is also applied to stands of hardwood trees growing on ...
... scrubbed, so we headed over to the busses, which would take us back to the Visitors' Complex.
On Friday, day 3 at KSC, we went to the Astronaut Hall of Fame, which told the story of each astronaut and had displays of space suits and other equipment used in their flights.
Again that night we awaited the rocket launch, but again it was scrubbed due to bad weather and rescheduled for Saturday night. Saturday night we decided to watch ...
... night there. We awoke the next morning to the roar of lions and the trumpeting of elephants. It was feeding time.
We then returned to the Oceanside and continued north on Highway A1A, which travels along a strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River. We passed by many extravagant houses and hotels as we went. It was a very hot day. At one point the car's exterior thermometer ...