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... for the new Space Launch System as well as commercial spacecraft. We saw the Vehicle Assembly Building which is where they built the Apollo and Space Shuttle craft. It's being redesigned for the new Space Launch System because they have to build the building around the spacecraft. It's currently 160 metres tall, covers 8 acres (3.24 hectares) and, in volume, is about 3.5 times bigger than the Empire ...
... so we received about $80 in extras, (I'm targeting low, it was probably more!), so our total cost for the two days was $140! $70 a night with breakfast plus the rooms are spacious with a front sitting room, refrigerator and extra sinks. Plus we earn Hilton Honor points. Remember to put everything you buy on site on your room bill so you can earn Hilton Honor points on those purchases as well.
We got a bit of late start on ...
... wanted to say hello and let you know, we are with you in thoughts and spirits. The old gray mare just isn't kicking quite as high as a few years ago - but still young at heart.
Tricia, love, don't get too comfortable being BOSS. I'm not giving up control yet, I can still give orders.
Have a wonderful cruise and enjoy the family time together.
We love you!!! Our door is always open to you. Pendergrass may be small but there is lots ...
... did have a few minutes to visit the Astronaut Hall of Fame down the street. This is more of a museum dedicated to the various space programs, with some interesting memorabilia.
All of this made us want to watch Apollo 13 again.
Today was capped with the siting of an alligator swimming along in a roadside ditch. Now we really know we are in Florida.
Apart from that the BIG VISITOR was LUKAS.
Yes, we are now proud grandparents for the first time.
Lynn (Our daughter) and Patrick introduced the young man to the world on February 27th.
(We were actually cruising along the Amazon River at the time.)