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Travel Blogs from Melbourne Beach
We got up at 7:45 AM and went down to breakfast at Savor. We were in a long line which wrapped around the center Bar past the Taste entrance. Wisely, Taste opened up early and we suddenly were at the head of the line. I performed a random act of kindness and invited a couple to step in line in front of us because they actually had arrived before we did. We ended up having breakfast with them ...
... and that the highway could possibly soon be bumper to bumper with traffic leaving Daytona after the NASCAR race that was cancelled the night before due to the weather and re-started today was ending too. But, he managed it well by taking an earlier exist and travelling inland and north from Palatka to Fleming Island.
I'm sad to say that we never got to experience a rocket launch from KSC or the neighbouring U.S.A.F Base, but we made it this far, so never say never!
Both the cruises meant that we left 'the Beach' later than usual (25JUN14).
The major highlights for our time included ........
A surprise visit by Sam on Mother's Day ....... he came as the Pizza delivery man.
Meeting the new owners of B401 above us ......... Nancy and Rob Pierson,
saying goodbye to Emilee and Jon Reynolds as they have sold their unit and are making Delware their home base from now on.
A breathtaking experience. The ship docked on time and after a short wait the car hire shuttle bus picked us up and whisked us to the depot. About $35 later we were on our way to the Kennedy Space Centre. this proved to be the cheapest and best option, especially for 4 people, as the cab fare was over $100. We had about 1.5 hours before our tour of the launch pads, maintenance area etc, so we headed to the Atlantis Space shuttle pavilion. On entry you watch a movie about ...
island until the 9AM tour start. Gardenia took us around a little bit of
the island, spending most of our time on the Nature Trail. What we saw
was mostly plants but we did get a good look at an iguana and learned
that there are also cats, chickens, and peacocks on the island. She
spent most of her time talking about the mostly good (except for
poisonwood) trees and shrubs and how ...