Broadway Map and Travel Guide

Broadway Map and Travel Guide

Jersey Boys On Broadway

You’re from my neighborhood, you got three ways out: you could join the Army, you could get mobbed up, or you could become a star. Big girls don’t cry big girls don’t cry Walk like a man fast as I can walk like a man from you I’ll tell the world forget about it girl And walk like a man from you ooh, walk, walk, walk, walk Beggin’ beggin’ you, put your lovin’ hand out, baby Beggin’ beggin’ you, put your lovin’ hand out, baby You’re just too good to be true Can’t take my eyes off of you You’d be like heaven to touch I wanna hold you so much at long last love has arrived And I thank God I’m alive you’re just too good to be true Can’t take my eyes off of you Who loves you pretty baby who’s gonna help you Through the night who loves you pretty mama Who’s always there to make it Who loves you who loves you pretty baby Who’s gonna love you, love you Oh what a night doo dit doo dit dit doo dit doo dit dit Oh what a night doo dit doo dit dit doo dit doo dit dit Oh what a night doo dit doo dit dit doo dit doo dit dit Oh what a night doo dit doo dit dit doo dit doo dit dit Oh what a night.

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Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral

This post, we’re visiting the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. The official launch headquarters of NASA. The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has so much to see and do. We have rocket gardens. We have towering rockets that are on display for everybody to see. And read the history and the importance behind those rockets. So, this is the actual service arm that the crew of Apollo 11 walked across. Wow. You can even meet a real live astronaut. Is this your formal wear? Good day. Morning. All right, we’re taking a little bus to some of the other attractions.

As you travel from stop to stop, you’re actually surrounded by a wildlife refuge. That was an alligator. Spaceships and alligators. Okay, time to check out the launchpad. Whoa. I can just imagine how cool it would be to be standing here when the actual spaceship shoots off up into the sky. We get to experience a recreation of a Saturn V launch. All systems go. T minus 40 seconds now. People are exiting the theater and they stand underneath a massive Saturn V rocket. Their expressions on their face are priceless. Just awe and amazement. It’s really interesting how they’ve pulled apart the Saturn V so you can actually see the different stages of the rocket. I had so much fun here at the Kennedy Space Center. Even though, there’s no more shuttle missions. There’s still so much happening here.

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