Holiday Inn Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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... features some of the most famous trainer, transport, fighter and bomber aircraft that flew in combat around the world.The Valiant Air Command was started by a group of twelve individuals in 1977. Their first air show was primarily flown by combat veterans in their member owned surplus military aircraft. This event has ...
... per visit, discounts on food, retail and select Education Programs, special lanyard, newsletter and admission to the Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Today, in 5 hours (Willow spent them in the onsite kennel), I meandered through the Rocket Garden, saw two imax movies, attended a mission status update, and had lunch. I can't wait until tomorrow when I can go back. So much more to do that ...
... leaving us facing the nose of Atlantis. That was an awe inspiring site. The shuttle was suspended at an angle. From the second floor we could see the cockpit area and the cargo area. From the ground floor one could see the heat shield tiles. There were numerous interactive exhibits too.
We noticed it was 14:45. The next IMAX movie was set to begin at 15:00. We made a dash to the IMAX theater. As we entered the theater we picked up 3D glasses. ...
... us that the best place to eat was a seafood restaurant called Dixies just a little way down the road. www.dixiecrossroads.com where they serve the best rock shrimp in the world apparently. Well, it was pretty good - mine came with a huge plate of cheesy Tagliatelle. Well lush!!
The next day we rose and enjoyed an IHOP (International House of Pancakes) breakfast and headed off to the Kennedy Space Centre. I was suddenly getting real excited and felt ...
... was Disney’s Magic Kingdom which, whilst being mainly aimed at the younger generation (unsurprising…it’s Disney!), does have some pretty cool stuff. The first thing we (I'll explain who 'we’ is later) visited was ‘Mickey’s Phillarmagic Orchestra’, which was essentially a short 3D film in a cinema. Doesn’t sound all that exciting, but it actually turned out to be one of the ...