South Beach Island Resorts
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for the Friday launch and then stayed that night so finding a hotel room was difficult. We ended up at the Motel 6 which was interesting… we couldn’t get into our room as the door handle had been put on upside down but the people were lovely and it was clean and relatively cheap. We headed out for dinner to a restaurant across the road where it turns out it is a popular place. As usual we made friend waiting in line and when ...
... astronauts who traveled to the moon and back, fulfilling the dreams and imagination of people around the world. It was pretty awe inspiring to see it up close and personal and to read about the people who manned these flights into such unknown territory. I don't think the kids understood the enormity of it but the adults in our group certainly did and we were constantly shaking our heads in wonder as me moved through the centre looking at pieces of ...
... The astronauts experience 3g on take-off and 2.5g on re-entry. (Formula 1 is up to 6g).
After lunch at the Orbit Café we boarded the bus for our guided tour of the Launch Control Centre. This is still an active facility, and has only been open to the public since the retirement of the Shuttle Program. The centre will be off limits when the new space program gets underway. The four firing rooms in the Launch Control ...
Apart from that the BIG VISITOR was LUKAS.
Yes, we are now proud grandparents for the first time.
Lynn (Our daughter) and Patrick introduced the young man to the world on February 27th.
(We were actually cruising along the Amazon River at the time.)
... were ready, it seems like my past experience has been around
2. The Windjammer Cafe was crowded for lunch, but there was sufficient room and good
food. After an afternoon of unpacking and exploring ship, my steward
Michael knocked on my door and told me it was time to leave for the
muster drill. The drill seemed to have a bit of a split personality. It
seemed we were expected to be organized on deck ahead of time but when ...