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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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I had an amazing time spending a full day at the ...
... from their place, but, alas, it was delayed another day because of weather.
We had a fun visit, and a good dinner at a little beach shack down the road a ways.
Up at 0615 and curbside hailing a cab by 0645 I am starting to realize that all Philly cabbies use the full on full off gas pedal method. It is always a great way to start the day - being car sick! Naturally when I select Credit on the touch screen in the backseat after the 15 minute fare, the driver asks if I would prefer to pay cash, I saw that coming and had 2 bucks on me just for that.
Reluctantly I give it to him, despite the fact that he didn't ...
... 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 ...
We took the approximately 2 hour trip over Cape Canaveral to visit the Kennedy Space Centre. When we arrived we were informed that there are no tours due to the US Government shut down. I was a little disappointed as I wanted to see the launch pad.
We still visited the sights around the complex and found them all interesting. Even the "Space Station" movie in 3D was great. ...