Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place
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... paradise. They blindfolded me and swore me to secrecy before they took me there, so I can’t tell you where it’s actually located, but there is wide open green space and it feels like you’ve stepped onto another planet. The facility is owned by a self-made billionaire with an interest in conservation and wild animals (breeding them, not shooting them).
Rum Creek Ranch has 40 (that is not a typo, it’s forty) pygmy hippos. Take my word for it, ...
... We rectified this later by creeping to empty seats in the back of the bus, where we could still hear over the speakers but not hear 3 languages at one time.
The property is immense so the bus is a necessity even without our 'Mega Tour' status. Apparently most of it is a nature reserve and only 10% is actually used for space stuff.
The first major stop was at the VAB. The building itself is 525 feet tall and 518 feet wide. They still hold the ...
... to be done - but in the short 3-4 years that the GCA has been there - they are making a difference and WE are also a part of that difference.
The Orphanage had apx. 40 children from the ages of 6-8 years that they have committed to house and educate until they are apx 18 - then they will be productive, educated adults who can help those in Haiti - they will not be adopted and they will not leave Haiti. I was conflicted when I 1st ...
... i was glad to see they gave the Russians the credit they deserved as they put the first thing in space , the first dog in space and the first man in space, they also put the first Woman in space but she got lost on the way home cause she couldn't read the map. it was good but for me the real experience begins once you take the bus ride out to the Apollo launch center. Here you go thru a mock launch in the actual room they used during the Apollo missions, it ...
... two boats that were deserted and sitting on sand bars. We walked all the way around the place. Kimmy and Mark walked way out on a sand bar while I searched through the big boat. It seemed like an adventure that was just waiting for us.
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