Holiday Inn Express Melbourne
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... scrubbed, so we headed over to the busses, which would take us back to the Visitors' Complex.
On Friday, day 3 at KSC, we went to the Astronaut Hall of Fame, which told the story of each astronaut and had displays of space suits and other equipment used in their flights.
Again that night we awaited the rocket launch, but again it was scrubbed due to bad weather and rescheduled for Saturday night. Saturday night we decided to watch ...
... if you don’t have a truck. An over-sized, double-cab truck with a diesel engine is even better, especially if you drive with your windows down and country-western music blaring. And if you paint a larger-than-life mural of a soldier with an AK-47 surrounded by flames and a giant American flag on the side of your house, that’s the best. Then you’ll really fit right in. I attended my first ever yoga class where instead of quiet, soothing, acoustic music from ...
... in the last mainly through the efforts of Dwayne Wade. The superstar LeBron James was relatively subdued, but Blake Griffin was impressive for the Clippers including a massive tomahawk up the other end of the court; http://fullyclips.com/2013/11/07/video- blake-griffin-dunks-chris-bosh/ Everything is super sized compared to the NBL back home, the players are bigger, faster & more athletic, and the passing is so hard & fast ...
Our journey started in MIA where we all met up at 3:45am and headed to the MIA airport - to meet our hosts Frank and Karen who guided us through customs and brought us to the GCA Guesthouse -
Funny customs story - asked Frank what address to use - he said ahhhh they never look at that - guess what - Erica and I got the ONE custom agent that did - always an adventure. Thanks Greg for your assistance!
Our 1st walk up the hill to ...
... my having a bit of trouble staying awake was not Tom’s fault.
Today’s parting shot will be the Monarch itself. I wanted to sail her before she leaves the fleet, and the only real down side for me is the short, repeating itineraries. It seems in really good shape, the primary negative I saw from the point of it’s age was the small windows and sparse verandahs. I think the ship will be a real asset to the new owners.