Americas Best Value Inn - Cocoa / Port Canaveral
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we board a bus and venture out to the Apollo/Saturn V (spoken as "Saturn five") Center. From the bus, I get my first glimpse of the Vehicle (originally Vertical) Assembly Building, or VAB. The VAB was first used to assemble the massive American Saturn V launch vehicles beginning in 1967. The future Space Launch System (SLS) will also be assembled here. At 129,428,000 cubic feet, this is one of the largest buildings in the world by volume. It is also the largest ...
... Sadly the doors are closed when we are here, and tours are not allowed inside of it since 9/11.We are allowed into the LCC, launch control complex, essentially the operations center where the rows of technicians sit at rows of monitors during launches. The picture on the left shows the size of operations during Apollo launches, the picture on the right Shuttle launches. You can see what 20 years of down sizing and job combining has done. Especially because at least 2/3's ...
... that we were summarily dismissed to rest up while they tied and plugged us in. Then, when we went to the office to register, we were presented with a bottle of wine as well as a free pass for coffee each day in the cafe located by the office. Additionally, we were informed that a courtesy van would take us where ever we went and that we could use the swimming pool at the club across the street. Ay, carrumba, does it get any better than that? In fact, it did, because ...
We opted to stay on board, as did many others as we discovered at our late breakfast, rather than going to Disneyworld or Cape Canaveral as we have been to these and similar elsewhere and, being the big kids we are, would rather have a trip to Florida another day and spend a few days screaming around the rides :-)
Not exactly a strenuous day… eat, lie on loungers, go to the gym, chill, eat, set sail, sleep ...
... a once in a lifetime adventure to fly around the world in my single engine aeroplane.l've read a lot about other people flying around the world, especially our early aviator pioneers and all l can say is "l've got to do it."
l'm planning to depart from the United States mid June and get back to
the United States in time to join the Mooney Caravan into Oshkosh 27th July.
For Air Adventure, which is the biggest Airshow in the World.