Coquina Wharf B & B
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... 8220;garden” and to the buses which would take us for a tour around the centre - well at least part of it. We missed out on the first bus but that was fine because we were first in line for the next bus which meant we had pretty much front row seats.
Our driver and “guide” whilst on the bus seemed to know all about the Space Centre but as he spoke quickly and not distinctly, it was hard to understand what ...
... to West End
Bahamas. From there they are on the Bahama Bank and stay inside the
barrier reef traveling East. Going straight across takes 2 to 3 days,
about 300 miles of ocean travel.
We wanted a Southerly wind as we crossed the Stream. Since the Gulf ...
... state of Florida. Hooray!! At the Florida visitor centre we were greeted with fresh orange juice by the ladies hosting the centre. There was tons of information and we were able to get lots of great birding information in general and the program for the Titusville Birding festival. Wayne was keen to find a new spotting scope and there were to be many vendors ...
... this cruise with breakfast in the restaurant at what we considered the crack of dawn. I am by no means an early riser and Nancy, well --forget it. But up we were and seated at a window table overlooking Port Canaveral. Since we never make breakfast in the dining room we went all out. Eggs benedict, sausage, potatoes, juice, two gallons of coffee (to get me through the day that started solo early), fresh fruit and a final scoop ...
... a “run for the roses” as we started passing by endless rolling bluegrass fields of horses being corralled by those iconic Kentucky white wood fences, making for an awesomely serene pastoral real-life painting. And with roses on our mind, it was only fitting that we stop at the infamous Churchill Downs as we came into Louisville, the home of the preeminent horse race - the Kentucky Derby. No ...