La Quinta Inn & Suites Melbourne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... visits & visitors,updated needed appliances. Fox news ( as much as we can take it) Hockey games. My cousins Susie and Jon hosted a memorable evening for us to celebrate my Birthday ( how did I get this old)... still have 7 years to catch up to Andy...& it was an amazing night on the water. We had a family destination wedding on Naples beach. My brother and his wife stayed with us and loved Andy and his quips and stories ...
... lasagna which I love and Nutella Tiramisu for dessert. The only snag--I like to have coffee served before dessert arrives. They even sang Happy Anniversary to us without prompting and delivered a little strawberry jello cake to us (AND I don't even like strawberries!--inside joke!)
We then went to the Red Frog Bar to wait for Cassie. It was a great first day! Cassie is clearly still in love with Marshall, so we were all happy!
... seat in our room blasting out Bond songs and singing along loudly! This evening we all had a meal together in the restaurant. The braised beef was pretty good and I had two deserts: key lime pie and strawberry cheesecake. The you young ones then had a game of crazy golf on the top deck before bed. Steven took great pleasure in winning. ...
... lucky you might spot a Florida panther, but you are sadly more likely to see one dead on the side of the road.
I took a two-hour walk through the Shark Valley section of the Everglades, on a hot, sunny, humid April afternoon. The bugs were out in droves with ample reinforcements that easily overwhelmed any and all forms of insect repellent. I encountered dozens of alligators in a variety of sizes ranging from miniscule to extra-large. The baby alligators are pretty ...
... and a visit to the launch pads, finishing with the Apollo / Saturn V Centre.
Once back at the visitor centre there was plenty to fill the rest of the day:
- The Rocket Park with a collection of rockets from the past including a Saturn I rocket
- Hands on simulators were you can practice your docking skills
- A memorial to Astronauts who have died participating in the space program
- An ...