Discovery Beach Resort
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One of our dinner guests is quite hammered by the way. I'm not sure how and when that happened, but he certainly has a few on board. He is not an annoying drunk, and sits there quietly giggling now and then. He was very funny.
'Slow and Low' serves Florida BBQ food, and I've had enough of this for one day, but the evening has been amusing. Also the Barman was kind enough to give me stickers for my guitar case. These you have to pay for at ...
... we board a bus and venture out to the Apollo/Saturn V (spoken as "Saturn five") Center. From the bus, I get my first glimpse of the Vehicle (originally Vertical) Assembly Building, or VAB. The VAB was first used to assemble the massive American Saturn V launch vehicles beginning in 1967. The future Space Launch System (SLS) will also be assembled here. At 129,428,000 cubic feet, this is one of the largest buildings in the world by volume. It is also the largest ...
... at each other in broad daylight. One car then crashes into a brick pillar of a CVS and the driver does a runner. Welcome to Orlando! After a light breakfast I get the courtesy bus to drop me off at Avis and pick up the hire car. Then after a couple of missed turns I eventually get to The Florida Mall'. I drive through an area I am a little nervy about, and thoughts of that shooting that was on the news. ...
... Talking about the future (from the vantage point of 1980) of the Space Shuttles. It ends with a point of view of the shuttle coming right at you, very similar to this picture, then the screen turns transparent and you see the actual shuttle posed the same way, then the screen rolls into the ceiling and you can walk out into the shuttle pavilion.
The shuttle is posed at an angle, cargo bays doors open, CanadArm deployed, the pavilion offers vantage points from 2 ...
I start putting on my riding gear in the relative cool of the shop, much to the amusement of Hewell and his crew. They simply can't believe some one would put on that much black leather in the 100 degree heat, I try to stay brave but I am literally gushing sweat.
I depart amongst much fanfare and wishes of safe travels from Hewell and the crew at DAB Triumph, thank you!
I remember the route back out to the Interstate, it ...