Days Inn Melbourne
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... of stops for drinks and coffee. I managed to get fridge magnets of most of the states I have visited on this trip from one of the garage stops.
We turn off the interstate and take highway 40 through the Ocala National Forest before getting back on the Atlantic Coast road all the way to Melbourne on the Atlantic Coast. We have the option of going to see Cape Canaveral but it's another 93 miles , ...
... after taking the hard road?
We tend to do the simple things, the easy stuff, things within our comfort zones. But if we want to be great, we've got to take risks, welcome changes, travel the road less traversed and leave a mark.
I've been to many places, but visiting the NASA Space Center stands out as one of the most emotional and moving journeys.Thanks ate Babes and Lyra Lacson for taking me to a very unforgettable trip.
... nor Captain Stubing. Maybe we aren't on the Love Boat after all. Maybe next time we sail it will be on the Love Boat.
Okay, lunch is over and it is time to find our rooms. We have a balcony suite because I have that claustrophobia thing. I know, you are surprised....NOT.. Charles asked Bob if he brought his snorkel, cause seems his room is below water. Very funny... We met our Cabin Boy and his name is Anectio Sanchez. He is a very nice guy and has ...
... if you don’t have a truck. An over-sized, double-cab truck with a diesel engine is even better, especially if you drive with your windows down and country-western music blaring. And if you paint a larger-than-life mural of a soldier with an AK-47 surrounded by flames and a giant American flag on the side of your house, that’s the best. Then you’ll really fit right in. I attended my first ever yoga class where instead of quiet, soothing, acoustic music from ...
... and then progress to a spectacular movie about the space shuttle launch - great surround sound, plenty of smoke and haze as you experience what you believe has to be the next best thing to being there. At the end of the launch movie they restate what a magnificent shuttle she was and remind you that when she came back from her last and 33rd mission in July 2011 she had orbited the Earth 4,848 times, traveling nearly 126,000,000 mi (203,000,000 km) in space or more ...