Holiday Inn Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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About an hours drive to the east from Disney World is the Kennedy Space Center. We spent two days there, looking at the exhibits, listening to a talk from an astronaut and watching an actual rocket launch!
I've been somewhat confused between the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral (which is what I thought they called it in the Apollo …
... satnav gave us the wrong directions, we managed to drive into the NASA space personnel entrance at Kennedy Space Centre. Once again we encountered friendly and understanding security guards who resisted the urge to taser the bald English bloke, but I'm sure I saw them s******ing as we turned around. Unfortunately I can't blame the sat nav this time, but the map was dodgy, as was the road layout, and the lightning distracted me, etc, etc. And now the moment you've all been ...
... out of his car to take pictures of these huge alligators. Caleb would lose his mind every time he got out worried he was going to get attacked. The man must have got some great shots and it was nice for us because he pointed out all the alligators he saw.
Next we drove to the Manatee Observation deck an area where wild manatees like to hang out and eat. There was 5 manatees there and we spent quite a ...
... Okay, so I have been known to be ‘dizzy’ without the aid of a rocking ship, but this time, IT WAS THE SHIP! It had movement when we were in dock at Port Canaveral, when we were at sea and in a foreign port too. I spent the first 2 days to embarrassed to call the nurse, because Nancy said I was usually ‘dizzy’ anyway and not I was just nuts, the ship did not rock. But I spent the those first 2 days ...
... off. What I really liked about it was how much they educate you on what happens during a launch. They don't simply strap you in and go...they explain what happens at each stage of the countdown, describe terms like "the twang" (which is the wiggle the shuttle makes when main engines have come on but restraints are not yet released), and make you feel like a real astronaut.
Speaking of a real astronaut...
We got to attend a ...
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