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... room, The Manhattan Room. There was a singer/piano player which helped to create a different ambiance. Our service was really good. I had a fish/crab cake with sweet potato fries and tilapia. We brought our free bottle of wine from our stateroom to dinner. If NCL puts the wine in your stateroom, there is no corking fee.
Trivia has been bad and we had another repeat quiz from a ...
... day had lots of personal items and memorabilia from individual astronauts. It was interesting to find out all the backgrounds about the astronauts from the beginning of the Mercury 7 (the 7 original men chosen to go into space) all the way through to the present time. I have to say I think this had been my favourite thing to do in Florida.
We then headed back into a hotel in Orlando as we spend the next few days onsite at Universal ...
... us an opportunity to view Atlantis up close, while telling the story of the 30-year Space Shuttle Program through a number of hands-on and interactive mediums. The kids were very excited to take part in the Shuttle Launch Experience which was a simulation of launching into space and orbiting Earth aboard the space shuttle. Guest "crew members" , aka us, strap in for this launch replication, which immerses visitors in the sights, sounds and feelings of a space ...
... transporter that takes the assembled space craft to their launch pad. The journey to the launch pad can take up to 8 hours, along the gravel crawler runway at 1 mile per hour.
We headed next to the Saturn V experience. This massive rocket was used by NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs from 1967 until 1973. It remains the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket ever made operational and still holds the record for ...
... together in the future - but also I would like EVERYONE to experience what we have experienced in Haiti. (whoever wants to - but I HIGHLY recommend it)
Here is to those we are impacting - and trust me - we are making a difference in Haiti -
I am 100% committed to our company supporting this project and I am still able to help in the community that I live in.