Sandy Shoes Oceanfront Hotel Condos
How has this resort rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sandy Shoes Oceanfront Hotel Condos Melbourne Beach
Travel Blogs from Melbourne Beach
... and you do it with a view that only a few others will ever get to see. What better way to learn about what it's like in space than to actually listen to someone who has been there. We came face to face with astronaut Fred Gregory who gave us a very entertaining and informative talk and slide show presentation about what it's like to be an astronaut and live a life involving space travel. From launching to food to going to the toilet - he revealed lots of tidbits ...
... gave us a greater understanding of the impact of the forces on the shuttle during its space flight. The tiny white tiles on the exterior showed burn marks of re-entry which was fascinating to observe close up.
At the base of the exhibit Allan went for a 30 minute simulated launch. Although milder than the ride at Epcot, you were able see and feel what the astronauts felt what it was like to be launched into orbit at ...
... at the Bean Leaf cafe. Thursday had breakfast at the Inn, toured downtown, had lunch at Roy Morgan lobster house, and elephant era from the Fudgery. Friday was rain, had breakfast at the Brothers Coffee shop, took car ride around the island, had supper at the Bean Leaf, walked around town, went home,Rain most of the day. Saturday morning leave Rockport at 6 pm, heading to Camden ...
Thanksgiving was celebrated this year at Marion & George's home in Palm Beach Garden.
Home cooking and meeting a number of their friends from around the complex.
The only other event of note before the end of the year was Lynn's visit after our return from New York. We enjoyed our short time with our pregnant daughter catching-up and enjoying good food ... alas no alochol for ...
... taking a motion sickness tablet,
Deborah still did not feel well throughout our very luxurious meal in Palo's -
one of the two 'signature' restaurants on board the Magic. For the extra $20 a
head we paid for our meal, we ended up with an outstanding Southern Italian
meal, including antipasto, appetiser, pasta, main course and desert. In fact
our waiter Marco was only too happy to provide additional ...