Fairfield Inn & Suites Melbourne Palm Bay/Viera
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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We had a relatively early start this morning so that we could meet up with Barbara, Anthony and Chris for the short drive to Port Canaveral. Today is a double celebration as it's Barbars's Birthday and of course Father's Day. A cruise to the Bahamas isn't a bad way to celebrate! Our first impressions of the ship are good. We're on the ...
... there were myriad beautiful and unique tropical plants from around the world (shocking, in a botanical garden!). From Miami I drove through Everglades National Park across the state and up to Tampa, which is on the opposite (Gulf) coast. I had never been to the Everglades before, so I stopped along the way to check it out. The Everglades abound with wildlife, most famously the American alligator, as well as a plethora of bird life, freshwater fish, turtles, and snakes. ...
... a month ago. This thing is huge but not (by far) as huge as the Saturn V rocket used in the moon [Apollo] missions. By the photos, you may be able to get some perception of size. The only word... "Massive". Unfortunately, we were 5 days too early to see a launch that was going to take place at the space centre. During our time at the KSC, we got to see the assembly building (which is still one of the ...
... of laughter, good to see her. Day five....pack up to head to Gary's Mom's house in Florida, but first a nice walk through a live oak forest dripping with Spanish moss. Eerie and beautiful. Decided we needed to call Maddie's vet. She suspects panic attacks, which can happen in older dogs. Definitely not on the itinerary. Calling in a prescription for anti-anxiety meds. I wonder who should take them, Maddie or us. Get to Mom's house, start Maddie on meds, ...
On Monday, we headed south to West Palm Beach, but made a stop in Cape Canaveral to see the Kennedy Space Center. I had never been there before, and the last time Gabe was there he was 6, and was the day before the Challenger blew up - wow! Unfortunately, we did not make it on a day that they had a scheduled launch, but we found plenty of other exciting attractions.
First we walked through the Exploration Space exhibit were we saw life ...