Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as much as the cruise. These toll roads are a killer. So many tolls, so many dollars. Charles said he feels like a gambler with a fist full of dollars and I said that sounds more like Clint Eastwood.
We arrived at the Park and Shuttle and they will take us to the ship. The shuttle was full and folks were from Savannah, New York and Celebration, Florida. After a short ride we arrived at the ship and got in the check-in line. As we were nearing the ...
... for several weeks while I travelled around to visit pygmy hippos. Contrary to what some might lead you to believe, there is actually more to see in central Florida than Disneyworld and Cape Canaveral. Interestingly, central Florida is home to more pygmy hippos than the rest of North and South America combined! Intriguing and surprising, isn’t it? Central and southern Florida are actually quite similar to West Africa with its subtropical climate, heaps of rain, humidity, heat, ...
... finished, we headed over to the picture gallery of the Hubble Space Telescope. The Hubble telescope orbits the Earth above Earth’s atmosphere, so it gets a much clearer view (or pictures) of the universe than telescopes on Earth do because the Earth’s atmosphere distorts what the stars look like. It sends pictures down to Earth, and some of those pictures were displayed in a small gallery at NASA.
Words can not express how excited I am to be part of this trip - and to meet co-workers from all over the world. When I 1st saw all their pictures - the 1st thing that popped into my head was the new group of Survivors - going to an unknown place (well somewhere we haven't been before) - and doing our best to make a difference. I look at my backpack and keep telling myself - don't overpack for ...
... the hotel, I jumped out and told the guys to give me a few minutes. After hunting around the lobby I found her, and she eagerly introduced me to a man she had just met while waiting for me. He turned out to be a NASA engineer who was there to be honored by NASA for 40 years of service, and was also hoping to see his first rocket launch. He'd tried a couple times before, but each time there were delays that forced him to return to the DC area before seeing ...