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We were all ready for the rocket launch this morning and best laid plans! It was cancelled due to weather. Instead we did a five mile meander along the beach to the pier.We could see where they launch the rockets from as we walked along.(see photo of two launching pads on ...
Off on Enchantments of the Sea to the Caribbean Four nights on a floating hotel, how hard can it be? See ya in 2015 xx All aboard Off we sailed on Enchantment of the Seas. We boarded at 11am, it took a while to check check and recheck and register but finally we were out on the deck in the sun with a cool drink. Lovely outlook ...
... as much as the cruise. These toll roads are a killer. So many tolls, so many dollars. Charles said he feels like a gambler with a fist full of dollars and I said that sounds more like Clint Eastwood.
We arrived at the Park and Shuttle and they will take us to the ship. The shuttle was full and folks were from Savannah, New York and Celebration, Florida. After a short ride we arrived at the ship and got in the check-in line. As we were nearing the ...
Both the cruises meant that we left 'the Beach' later than usual (25JUN14).
The major highlights for our time included ........
A surprise visit by Sam on Mother's Day ....... he came as the Pizza delivery man.
Meeting the new owners of B401 above us ......... Nancy and Rob Pierson,
saying goodbye to Emilee and Jon Reynolds as they have sold their unit and are making Delware their home base from now on.
... and then progress to a spectacular movie about the space shuttle launch - great surround sound, plenty of smoke and haze as you experience what you believe has to be the next best thing to being there. At the end of the launch movie they restate what a magnificent shuttle she was and remind you that when she came back from her last and 33rd mission in July 2011 she had orbited the Earth 4,848 times, traveling nearly 126,000,000 mi (203,000,000 km) in space or more ...