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... which is on the coast near to Cape Canaveral and checked into a Days Inn motel. There was a nice big deep pool for a quick swim then we headed into Titusville itself and visited the US space walk and hall of fame. It was a tiny museum that was run by a few old guys from the glory days of the space programme. Between them they had collected loads of stuff and things from the various space programmes and hundreds of bits of paraphernalia. Everything ...
... wonderful memories. We did ask Caleb if he wanted to come this time as we thought he would really like it as well. He decided to stay with Bru and Clare and get groceries and swim or fish at the campground.
Cohen was smiling ear to ear when he returned announcing, "I definitely want to go to space someday"! We started the day touring the rocket garden where you could see about 10 of NASA's historic ...
... I tried to go to the beach on last Wednesday and even if I am a guy in health, I realized that the beach was very far from my house and I would like you to remember that my transportation is a bike. So, my legs talked to me and told me that they were not going to go longer. But don’t worry, Kirk told me that we will go to the beach before my departure on May ...
... ones we were used to, these were 'slipper tail' lobster tails about 3" long, a joke to say the least. We all decided that this was Carnival’s new way of trying to cut corners. Since nothing else on the ship seemed to have changed this way of saving a buck was not their best idea.
So, when we arrived at the Ecstasy we didn't expect much "food-wise". But the very first night we sat down to dinner, we were more ...
... byways of the Heartland of America, starting off by rolling across the sprawling flatland plains of southeastern Iowa and western Illinois that proudly hail fields of endless barn-dotted farmlands that stretch off well beyond the horizon! Some folks may think that that’s just a monotonous or a “time-inefficient” way to get around, but we find it’s just a comforting way to travel ...