Extended Stay America - Melbourne - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... beer is too cheap and there are so many brands to taste test. Television channels have become predominately Spanish now. I guess we will practise our Spanish... Drivers in Florida are maniacal, cutting us off frequently. The RV has a long stopping distance so it can be pretty scarey at times. Expenses: Campsite Sebastian Inlet: 1 nite $37. RV gas $155. Campsite Ft Lauderdale New Haven RV Park & Marina 2 nites ...
... of thrust burning 11 000 lbs of propellants delivered by a fuel pump of 55 000 horsepower! Look up the story and the specs on Wikipedia, it is an amazing accomplishment. Derivatives of this engine will power the SLS rockets in the future.
The rocket is divided into sections based upon its stages, with sub assemblies lining the sides and also each of the mission patches. Notably the Apollo 11 moon landing badge did not feature the names of the astronauts and was the only ...
... and there was no sign of anyone. I called Lex Salisbury, the owner of Safari Wilderness Ranch, to enquire as to his whereabouts. As it turns out I was in the wrong place, by about 50 miles (80km). Lex owns two places near Dade City, and the pygmy hippos are actually kept at the other facility to the north, which is called Giraffe Ranch. Now why you would want to keep pygmy hippos at a place called Giraffe Ranch is beyond me, but that’s where Dexter and Delilah (the ...
... 43 miles of virtually untouched beach.
Returning to the Visitor Center we were dropped off near the space shuttle Atlantis building. Upon entering, one winds along a ramp that ends at a set of doors on the second floor. When the doors opened we all filed into a large gallery much like the one at the Apollo/Saturn V Center. Thankfully at the rear of the gallery there was on long bench. We made our way there and sat down.
... town", which consisted of open air shops. There you could schedule scuba trips, snorkeling, wave runner excursions or just rent mats to use to float in the bay areas. We decided that just laying on one of the few hundred loungers was good enough for us. After laying out a bit we finally ventured into the bay where we were surprised by the coolness of the water. We had expected it to be a bit warmer than ...