Casa Coquina Bed and Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Casa Coquina Bed and Breakfast
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Coquina Bed and Breakfast Titusville
Am Treppenaufgang zu unserer Suite bewacht ein berittener Ritter in voller Rüstung die erste Etage. Die Diamond Suite hört gar nicht mehr auf. Vom Wohnraum gibt es einen Zugang zum Sonnendeck. Im Schlafzimmer ein schmiedeeisernes Himmelbett, dahinter das Bad. Alles ist voll mit einer wilden Mischung aus Antiquitäten und Kitsch des letzten Jahrhunderts.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Coquina Bed and Breakfast Titusville
Travel Blogs from Titusville
Natürlich: strahlendes Wetter für den Tag, an dem wir uns entschlossen haben das Autoverdeck geschlossen zu lassen. Da wir den Raketenstart in Cape Canaveral nicht verpassen wollen, nimmt Michael die Interstate in unsere nächste Unterkunft. Denn umringt von lärmenden und stinkenden LKWs nacht das Fahren auf der Interstate mit …
... not to assume anything!! The KSC is located on nearby Merritt Island together with the Atlantis Shuttle launch & landing pads.
I was shocked to see Gemini' cock pit - it is so tiny! Most of the early spacecrafts were just as restricted! I've no idea how anyone could get in & stay in one place like that!! I have new respect for ...
... only excitement we saw was a car show! BUT on a positive note we are noticing the change in flora & fauna - definitely more flowers, hibiscus & even some bougainvillea.
We wanted to check out the swamplands of Merritt Island. Having out grown Cape Canaveral, NASA acquired Merritt Island in the 1960's then turned the land not needed for the space program over to the US Fish ...
... at the Kennedy Space Center. It bears the scars of its 33 missions beginning in October, 1985, but is fascinating to look at close-up. We experienced a simulated launch buckled into our seats in a special room, where we heard and felt the same sounds and vibrations as in an actual launch. That's a ride we won't forget!
As we were getting in line for transportation to the launch viewing area we heard that it had been scrubbed for ...
... s beautiful mansions in the old neighborhoods. The trolley also took us to the southernmost point of continental US, marked by a large concrete buoy, which was erected by the town in 1983. It is one of the most visited and photographed attractions in Key West. Purely by chance we ran into two young Danish families that were also waiting to have their photos taken.
On our way back to the mainland we ...