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... giving good views and explanations of the launch platforms and the while NASA complex. The trip culminated in visiting the Saturn V exhibit. That is one big rocket! This was well worth the trip on the coach and included a really cool launch exhibit, simulating the control room. The control room was apparently the genuine one used for the launch of the Saturn v and is close to the ...
... went through security when Michael realised he left his iPad on the Delta flight (doofus) as he was writing this blog. He went back to Terminal 5 to retrieve his iPad which had been found. He had to go through security another 2 times for his troubles. At least he got a bit of exercise. We are all at Gate 157 waiting to go to Brisbane. The flight to Sydney is here at the gate just about to leave. Apparently our flight is over booked, so some people may not get on this ...
... the Broadway Show. We've seen it twice already, this time wasn't as great. A lot of the storyline was lost because the actors had weak diction plus the sound operator messed up a couple of times. However, the play was very enjoyable and the live music is great. By coincidence, we sat behind our new friends from The Haven and they asked us for our card, which was very nice.
... we went to the IMAX theatre first to avoid the afternoon crowd. The 3D movie shown was about the International Space Station, how it was built segment by segment and carried up in the Space Shuttle, and life onboard for the 6 astronauts who are rotated back to earth app. every 6 months. 15 nations participate in the project including the US and Russia as well as the 3 Scandinavian countries.
Lunch with the astronaut Sam Durrance was ...
... Mike and I had booked a two-hour kayaking excursion at GSC.
The shuttle departed at 6:42. I reboarded Norwegian Breakaway with a big frown on my face. I could have never imagined as cruiseline would cancel a stop at its own private island – where it controls 100% of the activities and thus can earn a large profit from all excursions taken there (as opposed to most ports, where the cruiseline contracts with local tour providers ...