Anthony's On The Beach
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We only had one night in Cocoa Beach so there wasn't much time to explore by the time we arrived. We went to the biggest surf shop called "Ron Jon's" which is open 24 hours a day. Out for dinner on the Cocoa Beach Pier and then to a local bar ...
... cart is turned in so we are off to our cruise ship.
We are going on The Enchanment, which is part of the Royal Caribbean line and should be quite nice.. Sounds enchanting don't you think?
I just asked what time we return on Monday and was told 7 AM. Not good. I DON'T do mornings and that is even way earlier than morning....More like the middle of the night. At least the middle of my night.
Going from The Villages to the ship ...
... famous by one of Allan’s favourite sitcoms as a child. I Dream of Jeannie. The series ran from 1965 to 1979 starring Barbara Eden as a 2000 year old genie and Larry Hagman as an astronaut The series was set in and around Cape Kennedy, Florida, with Tony Nelson and Jeannie living in nearby Cocoa Beach. (The show was actually filmed in California). ...
... attached them. Because mistakes were not allowed to be made, builders practiced putting pieces together in a big swimming pool because water was the closest thing to having no gravity in space. The film was also about how astronauts lived in the completed space station for four months in a row. They were able to experiment and find cures for human diseases in a way that wasn’t possible on Earth.
... as each section was making their final checks towards a successful lift off. As all was "good for go" the flight control gave the final orders to go ahead with the launch. We heard the blast off as those who were really there would have experienced it. But then the room started to shake, the windows behind us cast a red glow...they had even simulated the rocket launch and we felt like we were there! Awesome!.
Doors to our right now opened and we shuffled through into the ...