Hilton Melbourne Beach Oceanfront
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... on Monday. Mom, Dad, and the boys got in late that night and we spent about a week in Melbourne and the surrounding area. The boys and I stayed at Papou's apartment while Katie and the parents stayed at Tante Lou's, where we had Christmas dinner. We took the opportunity to see some of downtown Melbourne as well as Port Canaveral, watch Five Armies ...
... the launch and control complex inside the controlled area.
The tour took us by the Vehicle Assembly Building. This is the world’s largest single story building in which the final assembly of the rocket and payload happens.
Nearby is the Launch Control Center building with the famous slanted glass wall that the tech, engineers, and scientists have watched many launchings as well as launch failures.
Next, we saw ...
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 ...
... didn’t come to Miami for the Latino culture, South Beach diets and the night club scene; I came here for pygmy hippos! Three pygmy hippos to be specific, namely Kelsey, Pogo, and Asali, who live at Zoo Miami. While in Miami I stayed with my friend Lisa’s parents. Upon arrival at their house after four hours of driving (the last hour spent going 12 miles) and my GPS taking me down a road that was completely torn up and under construction, I was greeted with a margarita and ...
... to the British invasion of Washington DC during the War of 1812. Construction was not finished until 1849. The
Confederates then thought of the fort as an impenetrable fortress to protect
Savannah during the Civil War. It took only two days of bombardment by Union artillery for the walls to be breached and for the commanding officer to surrender the fort. It remained in Union hands through the end of the war. ...