Bellwood Palms Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... test flight on December 5th travelled 2 orbits of the earth, & reached altitudes of 3,600 miles above earth at speeds of more than 20,000 mph. The bottom is the heat shield turned into a red hot fire ball on re- entry, which happened at the unimaginable top speed before it splashed down in the Pacific Ocean.
We attended ...
... round tail. This gentle slow moving creature can grow up to 12 feet long & weigh up to 2000lbs. The 300 that have been counted in the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge accounts for 50% of east coast Population. We thought it would be a perfect place to put our kayaks in & go look for them but as usual we only have so much time & the rest of our week here will be spent at the Space Centre!!
... Alabama, who had been hijacked by pirates off the coast of Africa. They were also responsible for the attack on Osama bin-Laden's compound in Pakistan that ended his life.
We are now camped near the Kennedy Space Center and have lots to report after having spent 3 days there. Hopefully a rocket will go up tonight after 3 days of the launch being 'scrubbed'. Stay tuned for further developments!
... and the rest. Touchscreen technology, mobile phones, computer chips, Teflon coating, Velcro and many more daily luxuries are all NASA created. Apparently they have over 3500 patents for all their inventions and they are believed to be one of the only government organisations in the world that spend less then their patents earn. The centre is set up very well and was very engaging. The amount of money, people and time it ...
... 14 Command Module, the "Kitty Hawk." Walk through a rare collectkion of prototype spacesuites and artifacts used during the Apollo program."
The bus tour went past the eagle nest again today. It sits high off the ground in the crook of a tree and looks like an upside down dome. Each time I've been on a tour bus that passes the nest, the driver tells us its weight. ...