Best Western Edgewater Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The first of two big days at Kennedy Space Centre. Our journey there was semi-terrifying as it seems like I'm the only person driving at or under the 110 kmph speed limit...never thought I'd hear myself say that. Started the day with an up close tour, the same one I took the Space Camp kids on in April. We saw a view of the all the launching sites, the launch pads the rockets & shuttles used & the vehicle assembly building. We were ...
... and I think that I’m very good to cook pastas. Sometime, I made pastas for the other people at the farm, but they prefer to eat vegetables. I put garlic and onions in my pastas. Yes, I eat some vegetables. Actually, I eat much better than at home. I didn’t eat at the McDonalds since three weeks. When I was at the CECM, I went to the McDonalds two or three times during one week. I cannot believe it. I don’t ...
... camp. I was not supposed to work, but Vinny called me at 7:30 AM to go
at Lakewood Park. My first day at work was Friday and it was a harvest day. We
needed to collect vegetables for the market. I washed onions, lettuces and
sunflower seeds. After that, I planted seeds with Eugene, Liz, Rachel and
Meredith. It was a good work day. There are four gardens at the farm. There are
also chickens. At the farm, Sunday ...
... extent that he has a special pass and “has touched the launch pad”. He had lots of great photos for sale spread out on one of the breakfast tables – very inconvenient for at least 4 people wanting to sit down to eat.
It was just a "regular" breakfast with a couple of hot items – DYI
waffles and biscuits and grits … I just stuck to my normal breakfast
routine and it was fine.
... many shuttles launched from and where a rocket will launch on July 19th to send a satellite into outerspace for the U.S. Navy. Then we went to see the Apollo exhibit where we saw the Saturn V rocket, the largest rocket used by NASA. This rocket was also used to send austronauts to the moon. I even got to touch a moon rock! On the way back to the ...