Econo Lodge Melbourne
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... seat in our room blasting out Bond songs and singing along loudly! This evening we all had a meal together in the restaurant. The braised beef was pretty good and I had two deserts: key lime pie and strawberry cheesecake. The you young ones then had a game of crazy golf on the top deck before bed. Steven took great pleasure in winning. ...
... lucky you might spot a Florida panther, but you are sadly more likely to see one dead on the side of the road.
I took a two-hour walk through the Shark Valley section of the Everglades, on a hot, sunny, humid April afternoon. The bugs were out in droves with ample reinforcements that easily overwhelmed any and all forms of insect repellent. I encountered dozens of alligators in a variety of sizes ranging from miniscule to extra-large. The baby alligators are pretty ...
... experiences that the designers had been through even though as preparation for their missions required runs in basic simulators! The simulator was AMAZING. It turns you a full 90 degrees so you're on your back. Getting shot up into "space" felt so (cue cheesy pun) out of this world... :) I really enjoyed the space centre and feel a lot of gratitude towards those brave few that study the wonders of our ...
... made a garden around the flag pole in Ginny's yard. Enjoyed the beautiful weather. Mercedes called, it's just a loose wire, van is fixed. Take Ginny out for an early dinner as thanks for her wonderful hospitality. She gave us her room and fixed many yummy things to eat and went with the ebb and flow of a visit that was colored by Gary being sick, Maddie being sick, the van being sick. She is a remarkable lady and our stay was a nice end to our first week on the ...
... us about a bald eagles nest that had current residents. He said that eagles had been coming there for over 16 years and kept adding to the nest, and estimate that the nest weighs over 700 pounds - it was huge! The first stop on the tour was the Observation Gantry - where we could see launch pad 39A and 39B - they have decommissioned launch pad 39B and will only be using 39A. The next stop was the Apollo/Saturn V Center. This was probably the ...