Ramada Kennedy Space Center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were actively exploring space.
We took a bus tour around the site, it takes you to the assembly building & past some of the launch sites but unfortunately we couldn't understand the guide! He was from the Deep South & had a very strong accent so we missed most of the presentation!
... only excitement we saw was a car show! BUT on a positive note we are noticing the change in flora & fauna - definitely more flowers, hibiscus & even some bougainvillea.
We wanted to check out the swamplands of Merritt Island. Having out grown Cape Canaveral, NASA acquired Merritt Island in the 1960's then turned the land not needed for the space program over to the US Fish ...
... s beautiful mansions in the old neighborhoods. The trolley also took us to the southernmost point of continental US, marked by a large concrete buoy, which was erected by the town in 1983. It is one of the most visited and photographed attractions in Key West. Purely by chance we ran into two young Danish families that were also waiting to have their photos taken.
On our way back to the mainland we ...
... Mirabell and she is sooooo cute. She has the most beautiful eyes, just like Rebecca. She is certainly a fun addition to the family.
Time for bed. Tomorrow we are docking in Nassau. There will be time to visit the Atlantis Hotel & Casino and do some straw market shopping. Did I say shopping???? We all know that Missy will be doing some serious shopping. See you at the market....
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... Atlantis Rocket suspended from the ceiling. The audience actually began to clap - it was a bit overwhelming to see it in all it's glory.
We saw one of the two IMAX movies and just didn't have enough time to see the other. We had sadly gotten there late that day. But what we did see blew us away!
NASA FACTS - Firsts and Lasts
1st Astronauts to see Moon's Far Side - Frank Borman; ...