Budget Inn Melbourne
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Fact: Alligators are only dangerous during mating season (or if you feed them).
... into an open safari vehicle and went for a tour around Giraffe Ranch. Appropriately, the first stop was giraffe feeding. The giraffes leaned their long necks into the safari bus and took lettuce out of the children’s hands, licking them with their long blue tongues. The children screamed, laughed, and shrieked, despite being told that they must be quiet or they would frighten the giraffes. We then moved on to see the Indian rhino, camels, impala, warthog, zebra, springbok, and ...
... in St. Augustine (River's Edge), we decided to dine on fresh oysters at one of the restaurants we had discovered last summer - Hurricane Patty's. What a treat for us mid-westerners. John arranged for a fuel truck to meet us the next morning and after refueling (438 gallons worth), we departed for Daytona. In Daytona, we met Val and Tim Aulabaugh, dock friends from our home marina, Grafton Harbor in Grafton, IL. Val and Tim own a condo ...
... to sell them stuff - then carry-on guys. If you respect your achievements and want to inspire anyone - think again. To quote one gnarly old astronaut from a video clip in the Saturn V building "Kids today should quit their computer games and get out and do something". NASA should have listened. If you can, you absolutely must go. Take a handkerchief though, if you ever felt any excitement about space, you'll ...
... budget, another family was even more under budget.) Then, we saw a presentation on how the shuttle heat shield works. Did you know this shield is made mostly of sand? And did you know the rocket is fueled by liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen - which is basically water. Amazing.
After those planned activities, we were given free time to explore the compound. The Kennedy ...