Embassy Suites Huntsville - Hotel & Spa
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We got up late after a fitful sleep! Headed off to the Nasa Space Center. Amazing history of space travel and lots of fun things for the kids. A real live space shuttle on site, gives perspective on its immense size and the how astronauts can make there way to space. Precision is a must! What a great day! Off to bed as we pack for a vacation on our vacation...Gatlinburg, Tennessee (borders the Great Smoky Mountains National Park), here we ...
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Holy guacamole! We just ran through Alabama! Right now, we are at 352 miles, which doesn't exactly land us in a town, but it does land us right past the Alabama / Tennessee border. This area and the past 20-30 miles have special meaning to me, because they are where my Granny and Daddy Joe (my father's parents) grew up and met.
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Once comfortably seated in about 70 cubic inches of economy class seat space, we were wheels up on the way to Munich, Germany. For those not so sure of their geographical awareness, Munich is the largest city in the southern most “state” of Bavaria, yep, that is right, the home of the German Octoberfest. OK so we are several months later than the fest, but ...
... Calliope ship shape for our continuing voyage. Don wallowed in the bilge all day while Bart washed Calliope and put some ropes on the new buoys. After he had finished his work, Don spent some time with us talking about his experiences on the ocean and telling us where some of his favorite anchorages were located on the river and on the TomBigbee. We enjoyed swapping boat stories. As evening and sunset approached, Bart and I walked around the marina ...