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... about 32 kilobytes of memory in equivalent terms to today's technology. The small chair and console in the center of the room is where the motors were actually fired from. Once John F. Kennedy gave a televised speech from that very chair. I sat in it and flipped the launch buttons too, it felt very Presidential. The control room was only 300' from the launch pad, distance limited by the ability to send electrical signals down cable with ****** ...
... and the Immigration process is very different from our other experiences. Here your have to use data screens, etc., for most of the interactions with the officials.
Then it was off to the hotel and an overnight stay before heading home.
Today, we took it easy. Had to get a jump-start for the car as it had been idle for so long. Once over that hurdle it was home to Melbourne Beach, a couple of days rest and then organizing and repacking for the trip West.
... day were pretty spectacular. And that was before I had consumed any mai tai!
That evening the sunset was spectacular with an amazing palate of pinks, blues, purples, oranges, and yellows (and whatever) painting the sky. The atmosphere was incredible, the music was fabulous, and the experience of listening to Jimmy Buffet live under the palm trees and a star-filled sky on a warm Florida evening really couldn’t have been a more perfect ending to my first month of month of PhD research.
... in Nassau.
This is the cruise that we liked the most. Here is what I learned this time around:
--Cruises are much more enjoyable when you aren't worrying about money. Well duh you say. Our cruise budget is usually pretty limited, about $30 or so a day (not including the tips you give to everyone). This time we had more money from the sale of our house so we didn't have a budget. Not that we went crazy or anything, our final ...
We took the boat out again. We walked around one of the islands in the Intracoastal Waterway. Again, it is a bright, sunny day.
Dinner was at Vic's again.
We went turtle watching again. We located an access to the beach off A1A. The sky is black. As we walked onto the beach, a gentleman asked us if we were there to watch the turtles lay eggs as one was doing that ...
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8795 S. A1A Highway, Melbourne Beach | 3 star motelfrom $229