Extended Stay America - Melbourne - Airport
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... saw movies about the international space station and the Hubble telescope at the 3D IMax theatre.
I got to touch a moon rock. It was smooth and flat (not as I imagined).
Then we went to the Angry Birds Centre which had some kids space activities and I had to dodge some lasers in a Laser game.
In March of 2013 I embarked on a grand adventure to the rainforests of Côte d'Ivoire in pursuit of the endangered, elusive, enigmatic pygmy hippopotamus. After that plan fell apart completely (see previous blog episodes from more details), I eventually regrouped and in March of 2014 embarked on another (perhaps slightly less grand) adventure. This time the plan was to visit (almost) all the zoos in the USA with pygmy hippos and collect that all-informative substance, dung! Yes, ...
Spring Break!!!!! And guess who we found in Orlando... Stace! We're so excited that after such a long time waiting to see her, we met up with her in Orlando - Stace will be travelling with us for the next couple of weeks who hoo! Stace flew in from Managua (Nicaragua) and was happy to get a hot shower and a dry towel at our hotel when she arrived! It was a little hard getting accommodation in beautiful Florida, so we went ...
... the rockets were made and all of this other interesting stuff! It was an hour and-a- half drive so we had to get comfortable for the trip. We headed off and I was out. I was so tired.
When we arrived we got our tickets and went through the gates to space wonderland. We had a little look at all of the retired rockets that they had on display. They were so big.
We also had a look at the ...
... been devastated overnight by tornadoes. He couldn't go into work for a few days, and his power would be out for at least a few days, so he jumped in his car and drove out to join us. With a fourth friend, we headed out this morning for Cape Canaveral. Along with an estimated 750,000 others, including the President of the United States. Seems everyone wanted in on this launch.
Traffic started building up well before the Cape. Then, just before we had to ...