Hampton Inn Titusville / I-95 Kennedy Space Center
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... Bell Tolls, and The Green Hills of Africa were written in Key West. Hemingway's then-wife had a big swimming pool built, the first one in Key West. He left Key West in 1939 and went to Cuba, where he spent the next 20 years. Our knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide gave us a complete tour of the estate.
A trolley-bus took us on a narrated tour of the town, where we learned many more facts and enjoyed ...
Last Astronaut on the Moon - Gene Cernan Apollo 17
Length - 134 feet 4 inches
Width - 114 feet
Height - 20 to 26 feet (adjustable)
Weight - 6,000,000 pounds
Load Capacity - 12,000,000 pounds
Maximum Speed - 1 Mile per hour (loaded)
2 Miles per hour (unleaded)
Day 19 - Off to Merritt Island to see what that's all about.
... 50 tickets on the internet. That offered the option of picking up the tickets at the will call window. That worked out without a hitch. While the ticket may sound expensive, there were a lot of things included in the price; a Kennedy Space Center bus tour; "Hubble 3D" at the IMAX2 theater; "Space Station 3D" at the IMAX2 theater; astronaut encounter theater; mission status live updates; exploration space, explorers wanted; and the Shuttle ...
... 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 ...
So we got off to a good start this morning with a buffet breakfast at the Gatwick Travelodge - which tasted all the better for the fact that the children were free. Given that Lara had 5 croissants for breakfast - and the boys had numerous bowls of cereal and plates of bacon and sausage we got our money's worth.
I was gutted at Gatwick to find they don't sell Pina Colada and Mudslides in Duty Free (Luce I will have to fly ...