Residence Inn Melbourne
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... beer is too cheap and there are so many brands to taste test. Television channels have become predominately Spanish now. I guess we will practise our Spanish... Drivers in Florida are maniacal, cutting us off frequently. The RV has a long stopping distance so it can be pretty scarey at times. Expenses: Campsite Sebastian Inlet: 1 nite $37. RV gas $155. Campsite Ft Lauderdale New Haven RV Park & Marina 2 nites ...
... about 32 kilobytes of memory in equivalent terms to today's technology. The small chair and console in the center of the room is where the motors were actually fired from. Once John F. Kennedy gave a televised speech from that very chair. I sat in it and flipped the launch buttons too, it felt very Presidential. The control room was only 300' from the launch pad, distance limited by the ability to send electrical signals down cable with ****** ...
This morning we drove to Cape Canaveral and visited the Kennedy Space Centre, which is where most of the famous rockets have been launched.
Some of the highlights were:
1. Space Shuttle Atlantis (The first space shuttle with 33 successful missions to space)
2. Apolo Saturn V Centre (Holds Saturn V, the rocket that ...
... and there was no sign of anyone. I called Lex Salisbury, the owner of Safari Wilderness Ranch, to enquire as to his whereabouts. As it turns out I was in the wrong place, by about 50 miles (80km). Lex owns two places near Dade City, and the pygmy hippos are actually kept at the other facility to the north, which is called Giraffe Ranch. Now why you would want to keep pygmy hippos at a place called Giraffe Ranch is beyond me, but that’s where Dexter and Delilah (the ...
... that everyone gets to experience. Still not worth the money though. Try to make friends with someone on deck 2 so you can see their balcony instead of paying for one yourself :)
--Bigger is better. I like the big ships. The Carnival Dream is the largest we've been on so far and it was our favorite. To me bigger means more to do and less motion sickness. I don't feel the boat moving too much unless the weather sucks or we're in shallow water.