Islander Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... he was. I don’t think he was cold at all because he was just filled with joy. When it started to really get dark we got back in the van and drove a little more. Night driving isn’t too much of an issue here because everything is so built up. We drove through Daytona beach which is pretty much just another tourist attraction filled with tempting restaurants. Finally Chris was tired and ready to stop so we found a quiet Wal-Mart to park for the ...
... out we poured into a large - make that very large - stadium where one of the Apollo space crafts was…. It was HHUUUUGGGGE !! No wonder the Crawler can only mange to move 1mph !!
We snapped away and looked at the exhibits walking under the rocket and to each end, looking up and under in awe. We touched a piece of rock from the moon - black and smooth from no doubt millions of people touching it. We saw astronaut ...
... to learn about Mars. I learned that scientist are trying to find out if life ever existed on Mars. The US has sent four rovers to explore Mars. Towards the end, my mom left to the gift shop and we went to get wet at the splash pad with my dad. We all met at the gift shop. We then went to eat at Sonny's BBQ pit. We finally arrived at our next hotel. Good ...
... 8kts (almost
40 mph). Waves crashed over the boat, at least 15 ft high.
The "Walking Elephants" were only "Walking Clydesdales!" Mary Beth and Clint promptly became totally incapacitated, even with seasickness meds. Cliff and I ran Esprit de Mer through the storm for at least ...
... go into space and never had their name called.
After the Q&A and a quick photo op, we headed over to the gift shop to buy a few trinkets and have them signed by Wendy Lawrence.
VAB/Saturn-Apollo Center Tour
After a quick (overpriced) lunch at the Orbit Cafe, we hopped a tour bus that took us around the grounds of the property, where we got to see several launch pads, a close-up of the VAB (vehicle assembly building), and then we stopped at ...