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Travel Blogs from New Smyrna Beach
... sailing across the Atlantic about 330 miles, wasn’t a big stretch.
Rarely do small boats cross the Atlantic, or the Gulf Stream from the
north. They generally travel south along the coast of Florida, get
around West Palm Beach, then make the relatively ...
... you dizzy, so dizzy you can't function. Happily there were pills available and for a mear $2.19 for 6 pills, brought to you from Room Service and WA LA you were cured as long as you take them every few hours.
The final disappointment was the worst. We sat down at a table for 10 for dinner. Only two young people at the table were first time cruises, the rest of us seasoned sailors. We received our menus and after 1- 2 maybe ...
... rock & rolling to the same old tune. They and just about everything else around Cocoa Beach is old and worn out.
We head back to the hotel, deciding to call it a day. We had intended to try to fit in an air boat ride but are too weary. A good night’s sleep and an early start will be the solution to experience the marshy wetlands (akin to everglades) before we return to the Interstate 95 on our final leg south to Miami.
March 9, 2011
A peaceful night anchored outside of the Titusville Marina after going in to get 25 gallons of fuel for $96. A beautiful Wednesday morning with temps in the 70's and winds out of the SSE (of course) at 15 kts. We figure the ICW will be snotty and we aren't disappointed.
Max Brewer bridge is no longer a draw bridge. Last year we had to wait all ...
... time to go back to the car. We’d all had an amazing day’ over 7 hours spent there.
It was then time to head up the Space Coast for an hour, up to the Holiday Inn in New Smyrna Beach, where we were spending the night. The hotel was fine, overlooking the beach, and we watched another thunder storm before eating at the Outback Steakhouse.
Journey up to Hilton Head tomorrow; leaving Florida, passing through Georgia, and into South ...