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Travel Blogs from Cocoa Beach
After we woke up I had breakfast and then a little bit later dad and I went for a swim in Cocoa beach. Then we just relaxed and did our jobs.
Then we Holly and I went to see if the basketball court was open for a turn, it was but we couldn't find a ball to play it with so we went back and got ready to go out to celebrate Dad's birthday.
We looked on line for a good restaurant and found one so we went there but ...
... it, Greg loved it, Zoe was fascinated and loved it wanting to try it again...Hayley...well she survived it!
Though a few more exhibitions about the Mars projects and the future of space exploration, we quickly went through the kids Angry Birds in Space Play area before heading through the gift shop...putting common sense before my desire to buy a real astronaut suit for myself...and into the rocket garden for our last look at everything great.
Back to the car we returned ...
... options for our theme park day the following day before collapsing into the extra-wide bed. I was hoping to get up early the next morning and take a sunrise run along the beach, but I was not-entirely-unexpectedly too tired from the redeye flight and long day. Plus, it was pretty hazy in the morning, and I forgot that the sun doesn't rise ...
... the ship and taking care of necessary business like unpacking and going to the life boat drill.
Dinner tonight was in Enchanted Garden. Dinner choices included:
Appetizers: Lobster Ravioli, Brioche, Tuna Carpaccio
Salads/Soups: Baby Spinach Salad and Wedge Salad.
Dinner: Steak, Scallops and Sea Bass.
After dinner, Nikki and I walked around the ship, the girls hung out with Mindy, Laurel and Jana and then went to Vibe to hang ...
... is a natural for this area, showcasing the beauty and accommodations of the South Brevard area. I can’t wait till next year. This is gonna be huge.
Needing to get some shots from the beach, I illegally parked at the Publix, about ½ mile away, and sprinted to the Cocoa Beach Pier. Several thousand tourists and locals were transfixed on the action. Maybe it was the east wind or just the wondrous beach setting, but the view and ...