Windemere Inn by the Sea
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... for the new Space Launch System as well as commercial spacecraft. We saw the Vehicle Assembly Building which is where they built the Apollo and Space Shuttle craft. It's being redesigned for the new Space Launch System because they have to build the building around the spacecraft. It's currently 160 metres tall, covers 8 acres (3.24 hectares) and, in volume, is about 3.5 times bigger than the Empire ...
... of the terminal said they were doing taxis to Cocoa beach for $12 pp return and that the village was nearby. That didn't tally with our checking ahead of time so we decided to walk to " The Cove" which according to the Port Information leaflet from the ship was beaches, cafes and shops all within walking distance. There were a couple of cafes and a bait shop for fishermen, and lots of fishing trip stations, ...
... to this establishment. It was an excellent decision. We had the expertise of a guide, who had
been a Naval Aviator in his previous life, and who had been lucky to return to
his ship after his aircraft had been badly damaged during operations in
Vietnam. His knowledge of the aircraft
on display was fantastic.
aircraft from World War 2, Vietnam and later.
The majority are in flying condition ...
... and many more were taking solace from the heat in the waters of at the beach, we trudged the hot sand to pay an entry fee to walk to the end of the pier. Disappointed by what we saw and disgusted at how anybody could be enjoying the murky waters, stirred up but yesterdays storms, we said our goodbyes Cocoa Beach and headed home.
Now the next adventure for driver Greg was to get us home as soon as possible, especially considering the weather was turning ...
... hour. So that's our timeshare adventure, and next time if it smells like a timeshare pitch we're out of there! So, Daytona. Even for a non-race-fan it was impressive. A) it's huge! B) there were Porsches racing on the track when we were there and it is loud and fast! Mike was sad to not be able to go on the track but we got the experience of seeing and hearing cars scream by at 180 mph. That was ...