Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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- Heated pool
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... the 'end of the line', I was initially left wondering how I was going to get back to my hotel. However, fear not, the host and driver of the bus made it their mission to get me where I needed to be. A big ask really, as it wasn't there fault and it was already around 8 pm in the evening. They got me back to my hotel around 8:30 pm and I tipped them for their service 'above and beyond'. Time for dinner and sleep to prepare for my last full day in Orlando and at Disney ...
... for the 7:05am lauch on December 4th! It was a spectacular sunrise as we waited on the beach with anticipation through numerous postponements. We were entertained by Dolphins popping up head first to catch the fish, I have never seen that in the wild before, it was great. The ungainly Pelicans were diving into water right infront of us, it was comical sight as they slapped down into the water! The jumping fish called mullets where just ...
... round tail. This gentle slow moving creature can grow up to 12 feet long & weigh up to 2000lbs. The 300 that have been counted in the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge accounts for 50% of east coast Population. We thought it would be a perfect place to put our kayaks in & go look for them but as usual we only have so much time & the rest of our week here will be spent at the Space Centre!!
... kept increase the window pane count as crashes would blow the windows out, eventually reaching 50 panes.
There is a scale model of the Red Stone rocket Alan Shepard rode sitting on the pad. Previous to his launch the US had sent about a dozen monkeys into orbit. He is famously quoted as saying when the press asked how he felt about his upcoming mission, "I guess they ran out of monkeys!". Now that guy was an honest to goodness Aw Shucks Hero! We ...
... showcase. You can check out the full story in the newspaper article included with the photos below.
On our journey from Lake Okeechobee to Titusville we stopped at the Navy SEAL Museum (the acronym stands for Sea, Air and Land). The SEALs are an elite corps of highly trained specialists in underwater demolition and other tasks demanding skills. In 2005 the Navy SEALs rescued hostages taken from the ...