Sands Point Motel
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... a Level Nine VIP tour of the Space Center to see the behind-the-scenes parts of NASA that the general public never sees. We're going to see the places where the astronauts train in zero gravity and a Saturn missile and Mission Control where they actually fly the International Space Station. Cory is very excited as he's always loved anything to do with space. We'll post a review of our tour and the pics later.
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... is one of our favourites places to eat when travelling in the USA. Nancy enjoyed a buttermilk cornflake crusted chicken breast with sides, Courtney had a breakfast sampler and I had the platter with pancakes, eggs, sausage and fixens. Yummy! Back in the car we headed off to Anna Maria Island, which is approx. one hour south of Clearwater. It is a gorgeous spot. The crowds were low and we spent some time walking the beach and enjoying seeing the ...
... we moved on to a different section with some terrific rides. The all new Falcon's Fury takes you up a 60ft pole, then the seats swing back so you're looking directly at the ground, all you body weight trusted to the harness for a few, looong seconds, before it lets go and you rush to the ground, swinging back to a seated position at the last second. There was a Viking ship ride that swung ...
... at a number 55 and I got my extra firm side mattress at a number 95, both at the same time. All of our components were new and genuine Sleep Number name brand, and actually looked and felt pretty good. I felt a little reserved about how it would come out, especially after seeing everything in separate boxes and unassembled.
But I was the guinea pig and now you too can make your own sleep number bed without having to spend that big money. Just do ...
... and ended in Hong Kong -- which we have both visited several times, and always enjoy.
At last, Don was convinced. We booked the cruise and began the long road of planning. In the meantime, while talking to friends, there were two other couples who were interested in the trip. Then Tom and Peg, our nephew and niece, were also interested. Soon we were a group of four couples -- all signed up and set to sail.