Ocean Landings Resort and Racquet Club
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... to Playalinda Beach which looks out on to the Cape Canaveral centre away on the distant horizon. It was hotter than hell so we did not sit on the beach for long. On the way back we had an encounter on the road with a young alligator and managed to get a small video of it as it ran off across the road. We were both quite surprised how quick it could run on its ...
... left our Lovettsville, Virginia home. It was a modern model rocket. Thankfully, the new kits require little work and no skill to assemble. Prior to leaving our farmland home, I was able to launch this rocket to the delight of Kelsey and Casey. I hope you enjoy the video of this launch. It is launches like this one that occupied much of my time in my early teenage years.
“Its hazards are hostile to us all. Its conquest deserves the best of all mankind, and ...
The drive from Orlando to Cape Canaveral was pretty easy- lots of freeways which meant lots of tolls! You could see the big famous nasa vehicle assembly building as you drive up to the visitor centre. By the time we got there we only had the afternoon but with a the activities you could easily spend a day there! We did the free bus tour which took you past the vehicle assembly building. This building is where they build the ...
... launch, but such is the price of progress!
The guides and pretty much everyone you talk to at any level speaks with the kind of pride about their role at NASA as if you were speaking to John Glenn or Neil Armstrong. I found that attitude permeated every level of employee at the KSC. I can only describe it as a reluctant "Aw shucks, yeah I guess I am hero after all" kind of mentality. Endearing in an actual astronaut that sat atop 3.5 million pounds of propellant in ...
... missions took off and many of the space shuttles.
This place is only open 9-5 so we really had to pack in some exhibits after the tour. We saw the Apollo/Saturn V rocket (363 feet long) and the Apollo 14 command module (aka tiny claustrophobic pod that would disqualify me from becoming an astronaut) Next we went back to the rest of the Atlantis exhibit that we did not see in the a.m and then on to the Shuttle Launch Experience ride.
We got ...