Quality Inn Palm Bay
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... were heading out of the river). It was a really pretty morning and very peaceful! I think I finally got the "water in the boat" thing resolve because I bought 6 rubber golf balls from Walmart and stuck them in my scupper holes! No more wet butt! Yeah! Tomorrow I have a blood donation at 8:00 so I think I'll head back out again after that! The photos would be the same (unless I actually catch something!!). Love you!
... it shakier and noisier than our other cruises. We thought we might be on top of an engine. We had our muster drill at 3:30 and saw a dolphin in the water while we were doing the drill. We went up to the 9th floor for the sailaway. Along the way we had some ice cream and Jan got a burger. There was more of a party atmosphere on this cruise than our past cruises. There were a lot of college ...
... little kitty prints all along our dusty bumper. I don’t know when it happened but at some point we had a pet kitty just for a moment. Haha! I wish it stuck around. Our next stop was the Enchanted Forest. Yes that is its real name. We had been told it was a great place with little trails everywhere and some cool wildlife to spot but unfortunately when we got there the gates were closed and there was a sign that said closed Mondays. Bad luck I guess ...
... at the Apollo/Saturn V Center. First, we saw a video that captured the history leading to and the execution of the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions. Next, we were taken into a room, where they reconstructed the inside of the launch control center as it was on July 16th, 1969 when Apollo 11 was launched leading to man landing on the moon. There, we listened and watched the countdown of the last two minutes before the launch. The ...
... to do what they do is incomprehensible at times. I have added notes about some of the photos with more info. We then moved on to the Shuttle section of the museum which is all in honor of the Atlantis. An amazing creation and one of the most incredible machines this world has ever seen. It has been retired and hung up for show. There are many simulators that show how detailed it is to use parts of the shuttle and the ...