Tiara By The Sea
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... 360 degrees of viewing. It is spectacular! The one at the CSC was on stands that allowed you to touch its bottom and see the sides, but not the top.
The grounds are at what I would consider to be 25% capacity which is good because it is just within my tolerance for crowds. US children go back to school mid-August at that effect is felt immediately at all attractions, motel availability and holiday traffic.
There are a number of ancillary display ...
... s would be the same size as the biggest rocket I saw. While going on a bus tour we saw a bald eagle. I decided to sketch it. It was holding a fish in its claws. It was going to its nest in a tree. The nest west 7'-9' feet. I also saw Atlantis, the last shuttle to go into outer space. I thought it was the best trip I have ever done in a whole five years.
... together in the future - but also I would like EVERYONE to experience what we have experienced in Haiti. (whoever wants to - but I HIGHLY recommend it)
Here is to those we are impacting - and trust me - we are making a difference in Haiti -
I am 100% committed to our company supporting this project and I am still able to help in the community that I live in.
... however that a few of the buildings are undergoing refit for the new projects of the future… The bus dropped us off at the Apollo/Saturn V exhibit… Its not everyone's cup of tea, but I enjoyed it, learnt a thing or two (but then again I like that sort of nerdy stuff anyway)… after I'd gone through that exhibit it was time to get back on the bus and head back to ...
... must be re-surfaced everytime a shuttle is taken out for launch! Crazy!! If you are within 800ft of the launch you would die from the sound created by the rockets.
I didn't really get why they were saying this is the last space shuttle launch but now I do. It's almost too easy for them now so that will be managed by commercial companies and they will focus more on exploring the moon, mars and beyond. NASA also does ...