Apollo Inn Motel
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We have been traveling quite a bit these past few weeks, moving from marina to marina. We have elected to cruise the ICW because, simply put, the waters tend to be less threatening (although one cannot say the same thing about the boaters traveling this narrow channel). Also, while the Outside water is more pristine, the ICW offers spice and variety. There is surely more to see in terms of scenery. That said, our first stop after leaving Fort Lauderdale was North Palm ...
"As long as you like them" Josh talking about Kate's ugly shoes she bought and told everyone that "That's a brisk walk Kate. You lied" Gigi talking about how Kate was exaggerating the speed of her return from shops to bus late. "Tolo yolo" Kate's new version. Tits out legs out you only live once. What ...
... transporter that takes the assembled space craft to their launch pad. The journey to the launch pad can take up to 8 hours, along the gravel crawler runway at 1 mile per hour.
We headed next to the Saturn V experience. This massive rocket was used by NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs from 1967 until 1973. It remains the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket ever made operational and still holds the record for ...
We got our new suitcase, packed with all our winter gear, put into
storage. We had transport arranged to Port Canaveral and so we had a one hour
drive down to embarkation. Of course, Disney made everything easy - it took
about 30 minutes to check in, have a photo taken with Minnie and to board the
ship. It is enormous! Enormous! Our cabin, on deck ten, was very well located -
it was bigger than our room ...
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