Discovery Beach Resort
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... Bomber' live on. A lady fitting the description above yells at me to 'enter the scanner, sir!' Everyone goes through a wrap around scanner, it takes 3 seconds. Nice.
I arrive at my departure gate about 45 minutes early, a little sooner than I like, but safe. Many food kiosks are open, some are just opening and the Philly Pretzel shop catches my eye. Just before boarding starts, I always wait until the last possible moment to board, I order two ...
... to pass under since you also have to pass through a narrow railroad drawbridge. The passage leaves little room for error, especially given the strong currents and blind spot behind the RR bridge. Yikes!). We exited the Ocheechobee and returned to the coastal ICW where the water is greener and cleaner. Our destination was Vero Beach. It was a good cruise. The wind was tolerable and we saw an abundance of wild life including several sting rays leaping out of the water. ...
... br> There we saw models of old rocket ships, learnt about the Apollo Missions and watched a 3D movie as well as seeing some other things about space. We also went to the Atlantis exhibit here we learnt about how they made the first space shuttles>Then we went and played some games in angry birds space encounter and also went on a ride that felt like you were taking off planet earth with NASA to go to out of space. ...
... Cabin 9554). We unpacked a bit and before we knew it, it was time for the mandatory life boat drill and sail away party. We scored great "rail space" for the party and it was a lively send off. I always get choked up when the ship’s whistle blows “When You Wish Upon a Star” as the cruise begins.
After the sailaway we went back down to the cabin and hung out on the balcony watching the Coast Guard escort the ship off ...
... motel and then home the next day.
We planned our trip before the new Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit was opened and although we spent 8 hours at the KSC, we didn't get the opportunity to get to view the Astronaut Hall of Fame on the other side of the road. I defiantly plan on going back...if not even booking us into a three day overnight family Space Camp adventure next year!
LOVED IT...thank-you Greg, Hayley and Zoe for one of the best birthday experiences I could ever have.