Super 8 Melbourne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 38 Wednesday 8th July
Macon to Melbourne, Florida 460 miles
Well last full riding day today and a so called transit day with lots of miles to cover mainly on Interstate. Andy S has decided to ride in the pick up truck, so there is only myself and Scotty and Catherine in our riding group.
We get off at 7 am and it is …
... given a table for four we invited out new friends Gary and Martha to share our table. They invited us to meet up the next night and they were going to bring some family with them but unfortunately we never got back until late and so were unable to . The food was so cheap and delicious, check out the calzone that wade got for $7. It is called A N.Y Pizza restaurant. We had a fun night.
We made it to Kennedy space center just ...
... Florida Tech leading 31-29. However, the second half proved to be all Panthers, as they outscored the Bobcats by 14 in the second half. The Bobcats got great production from their front-court tandem of Dannisha Pierce (21 points, four rebounds, one block, one steal) and Claudia Martin (16 points, 11 rebounds, one assist, one block, one steal). On the perimeter, Emma Grimes (nine points) was perfect from the field, making all three of her three-point ...
... towards the carpark hoping not the have lightning strike (Florida has the highest number of lightning strikes in the USA. It is common knowledge here that at the first hearing of thunder or crack of lightning, all outdoor activities cease and everybody stays indoors until it is over!). So, with the day already cut short, we checked into the hotel, dried off and then back into the car looking for somewhere for dinner. Finding a perfect location to watch a rocket ...
... up hundreds of grapes into tiny slices. That morning the first tour group to arrive was a group of 40+ kids from a private Catholic primary school in Tampa. Wow, did these kids have energy, and were they ever LOUD! Listening wasn’t their best skill, either. Somehow I became enlisted by Lex and his wife to help supervise these school children on their tour; the kids were divided into four groups and I was assigned to help with the lemur feeding station. Right, because I know ...