Ramada Kennedy Space Center
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I couldn't wasn't due to me being disoriented, but rather because I didn't know the answer :) However one effect of the spinner is your ability to respond fast. It's like everything slows down, both your physical motion and your mind. Obviously the brain is also under some G-Force pressure which affects your ability to think, process and respond. A strangely enjoyable experience however. Next up was the Weightless Wall. After being weighed and the weights ...
... really well done and there was plenty of examples of life in space. We returned to the ship and since we had another three hours before last boarding call, I convinced the boys to take a taxi to a nearby restaurant on the pier instead of eating on the ship. When we got back to the ship Dan and I watched Name That Tune in the Royal Theater, which was a guest interactive version of the old TV show and included performances by the entertainment crew (dancers, singers, orchestra). ...
... years old, that's older than 99.99% of rocks on earth.
We watched a great introduction on the development & flights of the Atlantis Shuttle, then huge doors open & there it is - hanging at an angle with open cargo bay doors for you to see into! Ron figured you could fit a 40ft motorhome in the there!! Absolutely amazing, we must have spent a couple of hours ...
... between 2 trees so wondering what an Oak Hammock was I checked it out on good old Wikipedia
"Hammock is a term used in the southeastern United States for stands of trees, usually hardwood, that form an ecological island in a contrasting ecosystem. Hammocks grow on elevated areas, often just a few inches high, surrounded by wetlands that are too wet to support them. The term hammock is also applied to stands of hardwood trees growing on ...
... the Eagles nest to discuss how the tour guide has single-handedly devoted her life to restoring Eagle populations across North America based on this single, albeit empty, nest. I suppose if you only took one tour, you would only have been shown this nest twice (going & coming) and wouldn't have developed this pathological distaste of this process like I have.
As soon as we enter Cape Canaveral Air Force base we are told that we cannot take ...