Candlewood Suites Melbourne
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 100. Not got for riding with all your gear on but at least we didn't get any holdups today.
In the evening a few of us together with Nick Sanders and Caroline have a meal together in a posh restuarant (Chart House) overlooking the Atlantic. It was good to have a final get together with some of the guys.
We walk back to our room, it is 11pm and it is still very hot and humid.
... so we received about $80 in extras, (I'm targeting low, it was probably more!), so our total cost for the two days was $140! $70 a night with breakfast plus the rooms are spacious with a front sitting room, refrigerator and extra sinks. Plus we earn Hilton Honor points. Remember to put everything you buy on site on your room bill so you can earn Hilton Honor points on those purchases as well.
We got a bit of late start on ...
... the line dancing and some of our group were out there performing. Way to go guys and gals. We visited a while and it was time to get ready for dinner. Dinner is at 5:45. Sounds like dinner time for a bunch of senior citizens..
Did a little "fluff up" before dinner. Dinner was in the My Fair Lady room and it was beautiful. Our dinner was scrumpdelicious. We had three tables and the whole gang was there. All 27 of us. Our waiter was Edmond and he took ...
... If you drive about an hour and a half west from Lake Okeechobee (largest lake in Florida), past the “used cows for sale” sign, you will end up in a small back-water, redneck town called Arcadia. I would generally not recommend a visit to Arcadia unless you are passing through on your way to somewhere else. However, if you are after pygmy hippos, this is the place to be. About 20 minutes south of town and another 10 miles down an unmarked dirt road, you will find ...
... served as security guards for a long time. The bus tour gave us seem free time in the Apollo pavilion - where they have all the actual Apollo memorabilia like the actual space suits, the dune buggies that were used on the moon and masses of interesting information as well as a cafe. Back at the main area we just had time to visit the space shuttle launch simulator, which gives you a really good idea of what it would have felt like to be in the shuttle when it was ...