The New Yorker Hotel in Miami, FL.
The “south beach” on Key Biscayne.
The sea water is not just warm, it is hot!
“The John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) is the U.S. government installation that manages and operates America's astronaut launch facilities. Serving as the base for the country's three space shuttles, the NASA field center also conducts unmanned civilian launches from adjacent Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (operated by the 45th Space Wing). KSC has been the launch site for every U.S. human space flight since December 1968. Its iconic Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) is the fourth-largest structure in the world by volume and was the largest when completed in 1965.”
Saturn V Second Stage Rocket
The Apollo 14 Command Module.
Inside a replica of the Space Shuttle cargo bay.
“Epcot is an acronym of (Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow), a utopian city of the future planned by Walt Disney. Disney's original vision of EPCOT was for a model community, home to twenty thousand residents, which would be a test bed for city planning and organization. Disney's vision was not realized as funding and permission to start work on his Florida property was unable to be obtained until he agreed to build the Magic Kingdom first. Disney died before the Magic Kingdom opened and the Walt Disney Company decided that it did not want to be in the business of running a city.”
Entrance to Spaceship Earth
A still from computer generated animation following a touch-screen questionnaire in the omnimover in the spaceship earth ride.
Inside the Mexican exhibit.
The Chinese exhibit.
The Japanese exhibit.
The Morocco exhibit.
Ground Zero (World Trade Center Site)
Memorial Day Parade
The two hour line to board the ship
M1A1 Abrams Tank and other lethal vehicles
Steam vent on 49th Street
Ellis Island from the Statue of Liberty Pedestal lookout
The USS Iwo Jima leaving port (viewed from the Statue of Liberty Pedestal)
Return ferry back to Manhattan