Residence Inn Melbourne
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... there were myriad beautiful and unique tropical plants from around the world (shocking, in a botanical garden!). From Miami I drove through Everglades National Park across the state and up to Tampa, which is on the opposite (Gulf) coast. I had never been to the Everglades before, so I stopped along the way to check it out. The Everglades abound with wildlife, most famously the American alligator, as well as a plethora of bird life, freshwater fish, turtles, and snakes. ...
... make it difficult to tender passengers ashore (there is no pier at GSC).
Extremely disappointed, I boarded a shuttle bus at 6:34 and felt upset as we drove back to Port Canaveral. Great Stirrup Cay is supposed to be beautiful and a fantastic experience. I was really looking forward to it – the small island was to be the highlight of this cruise for me. It’s harsh to all the sudden get word that the stop has been canceled. In addition ...
... of laughter, good to see her. Day five....pack up to head to Gary's Mom's house in Florida, but first a nice walk through a live oak forest dripping with Spanish moss. Eerie and beautiful. Decided we needed to call Maddie's vet. She suspects panic attacks, which can happen in older dogs. Definitely not on the itinerary. Calling in a prescription for anti-anxiety meds. I wonder who should take them, Maddie or us. Get to Mom's house, start Maddie on meds, ...
... airport before we took off. Luckily this flight was only an hour. Once in Orlando and after getting our luggage, it was time for our 45 minute shuttle ride over to the east coast of Florida and Cape Canaveral. My first thought was sitting in nice coach type seats and relaxing during the drive but no, was going to go down that way at all. It turned out to be the typical shuttle bus with three bench seats that can fit a dozen people. ...
... In fact, given the discoveries in Cocoa Beach the day before, the drive up to Kennedy, or The Cape as it was known then, was special in itself.
Such a day is never going to be long enough. After exploring the exhibits at the welcome center, a pre-arranged tour took us out to tour the launch pads where the real action took place. The complete US space history is out in these parts of ...