Fairfield Inn & Suites Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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... were really looking forward to seeing on the trip. I'm sitting here writing this from our hotel here in Titusville while munching on sliced apple and about to open a bottle of wine after one of the nicest hours we've had on the trip. Pretty much like what happened in Cape Cod where we'd booked to stay in Hyannis but regretted it after seeing Provincetown (no offence Hyannis we did like you to!), we've been to Cocoa Beach today and, as nice as Titusville seems (and the harbour is ...
... could see a real moon rock. They had an Angry Birds Space exhibit where you could play "real life" angry birds which was a lot of fun. Cohen also burned off some energy at a huge play structure outside. He then spent quite a long time deciding how he would spend his hard earned money at the gift shop and finally left with a angry bird stuffy that makes the most irrItating sounds ever. We've really been enjoying it ...
... Georgia. I knew that without the sun I was doomed. The sun finally set in White Springs, FL, where we stopped for nursing and a short hike to work Andrew's "ya-yas" out. The town was interesting and filled with the ghost of songwriter Stephen Foster. The Suwanee, a river I live that Foster made famous, passes through the palmettos here. Busquios from huge bald cypress trees lined the path Andrew and I walked to the river. This must have once been a health ...
... Well, this time we not only got a great past guest rate with a 2 category upgrade (allowing us a cabin with a window), but she also found a Carnival Special that gave us each a $75 onboard credit. This not only paid for all our gratuities but left a little something over for a cocktail or two! As VIFP's, (Very Important Fun People) we also each received a coupon for a free cocktail. All in all a very good deal at $700 for the 2 of ...
... to the opening of the flame trench. It was awe inspiring to be able to stand on a spot where so many historic events had happened - events which I had viewed on television. Our tour moved on then, depositing us at the Apollo museum. No matter how many times I see it, it is still exciting to watch the launch sequence for Apollo 8 in the recreated mission control, and then walk into that giant room to see the Apollo rocket lying on its side. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center