Super 8 Titusville Kennedy Space Center Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... wetlands and drier uplands supporting a mixed or coniferous forest." Now I know why they call the campground Manatee Hammock!
We drove through the salt & fresh water marshes & spotted 2 alligators that looked like they were having a nap. As I crept closer for a better photo for you guys, a fellow warned me not to get too close!!
... degrees F. We intended to camp in Fort Pierce, but upon arrival at that campground discovered that it didn't have a swimming pool. After driving another hour we were at Lake Okeechobee, where there is one of the largest and nicest KOA campgrounds. It was a relaxing 3 days spent mostly in the pool, where we met some interesting people. Jayne overheard several people talking. One of them, Ken Doney, had been on ...
... seat in our room blasting out Bond songs and singing along loudly! This evening we all had a meal together in the restaurant. The braised beef was pretty good and I had two deserts: key lime pie and strawberry cheesecake. The you young ones then had a game of crazy golf on the top deck before bed. Steven took great pleasure in winning. ...
... to the British invasion of Washington DC during the War of 1812. Construction was not finished until 1849. The
Confederates then thought of the fort as an impenetrable fortress to protect
Savannah during the Civil War. It took only two days of bombardment by Union artillery for the walls to be breached and for the commanding officer to surrender the fort. It remained in Union hands through the end of the war. ...