Oceania Suite New Smyrna Beach
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... to the Rocket Garden and also the exhibit about the environment which was mainly about the former indigenous people and the environment.
Actually much of the Kennedy Space Centre land is dedicated as a wildlife refuge hence the number of waterways, alligators, eagles and water birds etc. That in itself makes the area special but combining it with the Space program ?? Radical !
Back to IMAX ...
... eventually getting to the entertaining bit' rides get. We were looking forward to a good nights sleep when we checked out of the Hard Rock and that's just what we got at the Hilton at Seaworld. Feeling well rested we headed off to the park to see the animals and sea life they have there. Tess loves penguins so the new Antarctica Empire of the Penguins ride there was pretty much the reason we went. The ride itself isn't up to much to be honest, but the penguin cave at the end of it ...
... team of the Chicago Cubs, during the evening but as I said previously, it was raining most of the time last week. However, as you might know, the NHL playoffs began on last Wednesday and the Montreal Canadiens play against the Ottawa Senators during the first round. Even if I am not in Quebec City, last Friday, Kirk and I went to a sport restaurant that I could compare to Hagar in Montmagny and we saw the game number two between these teams and I ...
... them, so we skipped it).
The best part of the Rocket Garden was that they had the actual catwalk from the Apollo 11 mission sitting there, and you could walk over the same catwalk that Armstrong and company used to enter their launch capsule and begin their fateful journey.
We managed to see and do everything we wanted at KSC, despite the fact that it was Space Week (which is when they have groups of schoolkids coming through). We ...
We took the scenic route along the coast of the panhandle stopping in Apalachicola for some famous fresh oysters. We took back roads across Florida and into the Ocala National Forest. I always love seeing backcountry Florida, full of orange groves, boiled peanut stands, and quirky characters. If you have ever seen the documentary Vernon, Florida, you'll know what I'm talking about.
As we crossed the state, keeping our eyes out for bears and the elusive Florida ...