Hampton Inn Titusville / I-95 Kennedy Space Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... amp; how it's made up of multiple parts. The engines, fuel, pay load, crew capsule, abort capsule, Because of our visit here I must admit I understand the parts of a rocket much better & what roll each part plays in each mission. (See I even know the terms)
To top it all of we got to touch a piece of moon rock, basalt actually!!
Some of the lunar samples have been dated ...
... br> We've seen lots of Ospreys here, infact we've seen them everywhere, near towns, marshes, lagoons, & seashore! Anywhere there's water there seems to be Ospreys. In BC I usually see Ospreys near lakes so when I first heard them in St Augustine on the coast I was surprised. I guess the fishing a good in Florida!
The other fisher we've seen a lot of is the Kingfisher! You see ...
... degrees F. We intended to camp in Fort Pierce, but upon arrival at that campground discovered that it didn't have a swimming pool. After driving another hour we were at Lake Okeechobee, where there is one of the largest and nicest KOA campgrounds. It was a relaxing 3 days spent mostly in the pool, where we met some interesting people. Jayne overheard several people talking. One of them, Ken Doney, had been on ...
... 14 Command Module, the "Kitty Hawk." Walk through a rare collectkion of prototype spacesuites and artifacts used during the Apollo program."
The bus tour went past the eagle nest again today. It sits high off the ground in the crook of a tree and looks like an upside down dome. Each time I've been on a tour bus that passes the nest, the driver tells us its weight. ...
... revelers, cruise ships blasting their horns as they headed home from sea, and this morning crows cawing me out of, finally, a deep sleep.
My campsite is across from the tent area which holds 50-100 tents; looked like a mushroom farm on Saturday. This evening, all the tent campers are gone, and the campground is about 2/3 full. It's very quiet now.
What's good about the park is that I can walk to the beach and bike to ...