BEST WESTERN New Smyrna Beach Hotel & Suites
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... It does seem like a great family spot but it was almost overwhelming for how over the top it was. Chris and I definitely appreciate a more understated type of place. We took advantage of a nearby beach that was much quieter and walked along the boardwalk and in the sand. It was getting dark and it was a little windy so it wasn’t the warmest walk, but it was so nice to finally smell the ocean and be on a beach. Chris was smiling from ear to ear for ...
The screen had the countdown and scenes from the actual countdown and then lift off. The room shook slightly from the boom of the speakers … it was almost like being there. On the left side wall there was a board with all the checkpoints lit when the tests had been passed while there was another board with all the names of the communication stations from around the world.
It was HHUUUUGGGGE !!
... we saw a manatee in the river and a turtle crossing the road. We then went to the Atlantis exhibit and got on a shuttle launch simulator. It was pretty cool but I think roller coasters are scarier. Then we went back to the Angry Birds section were I went through a lazer maze. I did terrible. My sister did it too. She did it a bit easier than me. Then ...
... watching the weather with two of my friends looking over his shoulder for a week prior to our departure. Plotting all sorts of charts every day.
The weather reports were all wrong!!! Well at least the Southerly wind
part was right. The 10 to 15 kt wind steadily rose ...
... A and photo/autograph session with Astronaut Wendy Lawrence, who has been to the ISS (International Space Station) several times. It was interesting to hear her story. She was grounded for years being dubbed too short by both the Americans and the Russians, but finally got a chance from the Russians to visit the ISS as part of their team, after several years of training and waiting. It's sobering to think that some people have trained their whole lives to get the ...