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... After the tour we looked at the space artefacts and watched a few movies/documentaries. There isn't as much to see and do at the center compared to Kennedy so we left at about 3pm a little disappointed (spoiled perhaps at going to Kennedy first). For dinner we got some Chinese food and called it a night. The Chinese good wasn't that good - Sam had Mongolian Chicken (lots of onion) and I had sweet and sour pork (too sweet, or not enough sour ...
... a weekend so the traffic was not too bad. Seabrook is a really nice seaside town. For dinner we found an independent restaurant called Seabrook Classic Cafe. Sam had crab cakes and I had chicken schnitzel, and we shared a homemade key lime pie for dessert. The food was really yummy and there were lots of locals both eating in and taking out so it was a good ...
... on TravelPod using my iPad while traveling and then jot down the highlights in my "old school" version when I get home. After all, there's still nothing better than the handwritten word...in my opinion! To make life easier with so much typing, I purchased a keyboard for my iPad. It sure makes for a heavier ...
... day before I was at the spot of his demise.
The movie ended and doors opens to the exhibit I was looking for. They had original space capsules including Mercury, Gemini and Apollo. I was shocked to see just how small the Mercury and Gemini capsules were. They had to remove the control panel on Mercury to fit a person inside the access door. The Gemini capsual was slightly larger, but is fitted two people. Longest mission in Gemini was 14 days. 14 days in that ...
Every once in awhile you encounter that poster person who personifies everything you could ever picture in a host / plane steward. Clay is this guy. A rather large intimidating Texan who initially handed us our Colombia immigration papers informing us we should "get this filled In before you fall asleep on the plane and wake up with your shoes untied" "all over it Clay" After a Houston airport calzone and ...