Hampton Inn Melbourne-Viera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... veggies are more expensive than home. You would think oranges and grapefruit would be cheap but not. We've shopped at Red Lion, Publix, WalMart Superstore. Our Superstore at home is much better and Quality Greens at home has better veggies and prices than here. Even though the grocery shopping is the pits we are managing to gain too much weight from eating too much and sitting too much. Also the ...
... for a physique competition and she was just trying to get back in shape. Despite all of their commitment I convinced them to get the package... and so it began! We had the best week of our lives, and it started the first night with an awesome dinner, show and casino activity. Later in the evening we all went to the club and ended up making life long friends.
The night before we left for the cruise we found out that an old friend of mine I ...
... a stretch where dophins played in the wakes beside our boat for about 15 minutes. There were at least three of them and they seemed to be doing more than just playing, if you get my drift. In any event, it was a quick trip because we did not have to wait on any bridges to be raised and only had about 55 miles to travel that day.
Of course, the winds always pick up when it is time to dock. Fortunately, we had excellent help and were soon snug as a bug in our slip ...
... Thus, instead of relaxing by the pool I transformed my hotel bathroom into a chemistry laboratory and bar, where I prepared tubes of sterile media for preserving pygmy hippo poo (hippoo) samples while sipping a gin and tonic.
The following morning I used my trusty GPS to take me directly to Safari Wilderness Ranch for the appointed meeting time of 9am. The “destination” indeed had a large sign indicating I was in the right place, but the gates were locked ...
... in the world (by volume) and the launchpads. The extensive training and tiny little areas that are needed to be assessed are amazing. Enough to say that I'd prefer not to go into space... I defiantly think one of the most exciting areas of the centre was the shuttle launch simulator. It was designed by astronauts that have experienced the exact feeling that we got to go through. Apparently this was the ...