Port d'Hiver Bed and Breakfast

Address: 201 Ocean Avenue, Melbourne Beach, Florida, 32951, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 201 Ocean Avenue, Melbourne Beach, is near Brevard Art Museum and Spessard Holland Golf Course.
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      Key West 2014 Day 23, Cape Canaveral

      A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... in real time just 2500 feet away so their sacrifice was not in vain.

      We stopped at a few more sites, saw a 500 year time capsule at a Mercury site and went back to the camera tracking station where humans would be liquified. I saw a sandbag covered bunker there I missed the first time, apparently the first time the site was used a portable generator powered the camera unit, and it got liquified too, or at least rattled to pieces by the sonic ...

      Kennedy space centre and st. Augustine

      A travel blog entry by biancadon2014 on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... I could really go on and on about it! A new found love for space indeed. We then drove two hours to Saint Augustine which is the oldest continually habituated city in America. "It was founded in 1565 by Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, and subsequently served as the capital of Spanish Florida for two hundred years. It remained the capital of East Florida as the territory changed hands between the ...

      Our time at the Beach

      A travel blog entry by karangi on May 30, 2013

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      This year Bonnie & Jeff (Our Accountant) came for a few days (14>16MAR).

      Then Sam turned-up to mix business (site visits) and pleasure. He spent a weeek with us and during that time we headed-down to PBG to catch-up with Steven (Marion & George's son) as we rarely get to see ...

      "Mr Christian, have you got my hat?"

      A travel blog entry by paradiselost on May 23, 2013

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      ... one (admittedly this was after a drink fuelled night, but still...). The turtles are highly protected in that area and have someone driving up and down the beach on a quad bike throughout the night to ensure no one is interfering with the them. We followed distinctive tracks that led from the water up to some undergrowth and came up close to a big ass turtle, and I mean big ass! We sat back on the sand to give the turtle some space to lay ...

      All good things must come to an end

      A travel blog entry by bashleyf on May 11, 2013

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      ... that everyone gets to experience. Still not worth the money though. Try to make friends with someone on deck 2 so you can see their balcony instead of paying for one yourself :)

      --Bigger is better. I like the big ships. The Carnival Dream is the largest we've been on so far and it was our favorite. To me bigger means more to do and less motion sickness. I don't feel the boat moving too much unless the weather sucks or we're in shallow water.