Las Cuevas Beach Lodge
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... traffic in a crowded geosynchronous belt 22,300 miles above earth and assist with collision avoidance.
We spent the afternoon visiting as much as we could. Among 10 exhibits we did the Mission Status Update at Astronaut Encounter Theater, which was followed by a presentation by a former astronaut, Jack Lousma, who had logged 7,000 hours of flight time on a Skylab and a Shuttle mission. He described in vivid detail the experience ...
... Apparently it was designed by veteran astronauts and it was great to actually get some idea of what it is like for them to head into space. All of us loved it! There was so much more to do at Kennedy Space Centre but unfortunately we ran out of time, even though we had been there for close to nine hours. If you're ever thinking of visiting try and give yourself more than one day. It really is a great place and we would have loved to have explored it even further ...
... while and it was time to get ready for dinner. Dinner is at 5:45. Sounds like dinner time for a bunch of senior citizens..
Did a little "fluff up" before dinner. Dinner was in the My Fair Lady room and it was a beautiful room. Our dinner was scrumpdelicious. We had three tables and the whole gang was there. All 27 of us. Our waiter was Edmond and he took good care of us and will be our waiter for the 3 nights we are on the ship. He enjoyed ...
... someone working on your boat, it means you have absolutely no privacy. Bummer. Even if the repairman is a nice person, it is still an invasion of your space. And he was here for several days in a row. We also had some electrical work done but this was a pretty quick fix. Unfortunately, we still have to have our oven fixed. Let's hope we can find the part that we need since our Calliope is almost 40 years old! The second unpleasant experience occurred when our neighbor ...
... We rectified this later by creeping to empty seats in the back of the bus, where we could still hear over the speakers but not hear 3 languages at one time.
The property is immense so the bus is a necessity even without our 'Mega Tour' status. Apparently most of it is a nature reserve and only 10% is actually used for space stuff.
The first major stop was at the VAB. The building itself is 525 feet tall and 518 feet wide. They still hold the ...
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