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... my earliest opportunity I'm spinning the car around and getting the hell away. Disappointingly there isn't a J Crew at the mall but I find a couple of things I like. So with my brief retail therapy stint I head over to Cocoa Beach for my next hotel. I am staying at the Hilton after recommendation. On arrival I'm instantly given a free upgrade to the pretty neat top floor. I am even a room with a Beach ...
... Shuttle launches as it would be fatal..........acoustic energy. The sound waves at 170 dB would literally rip apart the cells in your body, you would liquify!
The 400 000 gallons of water dumped under the shuttle during launch is not for fire suppression as most people think, it is for sound absorption, the water absorbs the sound waves and converts the audio energy to heat, and therefore steam. 75% of the smoke plume on the ground is steam from this energy transfer. ...
... 1 turn really and I am back up to speed headed southbound in no time. I have driven in hot and humid before, but this time it is extreme! Want to share an interactive experience? try this at home:
- set the thermostat to 100 degrees farenheit
- put on a couple of sweaters, or a leather jacket that weighs 20 lbs
- put on some long johns, unless you have some chaps from your cowboy phase
- put an unbalanced load in the dryer and ...
... and so forth. I grabbed a few items to take with me to the cabin and finished working on a batch of photos.
Returned to the cabin at 6:40. Not feeling tired. Watched another show on Zune. Ugh, an awful night of insomnia. Bed again at 7:48 a.m. This time I finally fell asleep, just as Mike was waking up at 8 for his travel-agent “seminar at sea” from 9 to 11.
Got up at noon after about four hours of sleep. We’re now ...
... some drugs from a pharmacy to help clear her head/blocked ears as this was still giving her trouble. We wandered Lincoln Boulevard which is part pedestrian strip where there were art galleries and higher end shops such as Lacoste, H&M, Guess, etc. We did some window shopping, then went and grabbed some lunch from a cafe called Paul, a French bakery. The food was fantastic, we had a turkey club sandwich and ...