Discovery Beach Resort
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... withstand the forces, and it is supposed to be the most level road in the world - as they can't risk uneven surfaces when transporting the rocket. It takes about one full day to transport the rocket the the launch site. We then made our way to the launch viewing site. This is the closest that any person can get to view a launch (apart from the people in the control room). This is because if you are any closer, the sound from ...
... Atlantis experience then Imax Theatre then Exploration Space and finally Rocket Garden before getting back on the bus at 5.15 for a 5.30 departure.
The bus tour was great. Took about 40 minutes and drove around most of the launch pads as well as vehicle assembly buildings etc and gave you some history as well as current and future plans. Also saw some tortoises and gators and Manatees. The tour ends at a ...
... movie about the International Space Station. Certainly kept us out of the freezing wind for a while.
We grabbed some lunch then jumped on a coach for a tour around the centre. The tour took us past the building where the space vehicles are built, a massive structure equivalent to 57 stories. We also saw launch pads, the sites of multiple launches. The tour then stopped at an attraction focussed on ...
... to the British invasion of Washington DC during the War of 1812. Construction was not finished until 1849. The
Confederates then thought of the fort as an impenetrable fortress to protect
Savannah during the Civil War. It took only two days of bombardment by Union artillery for the walls to be breached and for the commanding officer to surrender the fort. It remained in Union hands through the end of the war. ...
... mocktail and beer. Steak and Seafood for dinner and of course desert. I was a little worried that the girls would insist that the staff sing me HaPpY BiRtHdAy like they had to other patrons also celebrating their birthday. The thought never crossed their minds and I was happy to receive the single red rose that they had chosen for me.
Full and fuzzy bellies later, we went home to bed to get in some sleep before our big space adventure the next day.
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