Day 4 proved that no matter how long you know someone they can always surprise you. Originally we had planned to go to the Universal theme park, but Disney and the heat had left us a bit more tired than expected.
So we decided that something a little smaller would suit. The Kennedy Space Center for most of the day, then a break and catch the fireworks at Disney. We could do Universal after that.
Ok geographically the space center might not be smaller, but the tourist part has a lot less options than Disney. We only did the basic package, but still got to see several launch sites (from a distance) and visit the Saturn V rocket (if you aren’t sure, it the one that launched the Apollo moon missions). I was interested and some of the multimedia was great, like the “live” Apollo launch with footage was cool.
The surprise was that Mrs, who had little interest at the start was fascinated by the end. You just never know.
The kids basically ignored everything except when there were stairs – then they wanted to go up.