Travel Blogs from Cocoa
... mega yachts that only a small percentage of the world population can afford. Captain and First Mate would love to check out the interiors of those babies but so far, we have not managed to get invited.
I should mention that we originally hoped to stay in Palm Beach but the marinas in that area had been fully booked for about two months due to the Sun Festival that was to take place that week end. So, onwards and upwards we toodled to North Palm Beach, ...
... up at 2:09 a.m. to read my Bahamas guidebook and watch TiVo on Zune. Went back to bed at 4:07 a.m. but couldn't sleep again, so I got up at 4:37, got dressed, grabbed my laptop, and headed downstairs to O’Sheehans Irish pub, the supposed 24/7 restaurant aboard Breakaway.
Starving, I was incredibly disappointed to find the kitchen was closed when I sat down. The waitress told me the kitchen is shut down from 4 to 5:30 a.m. daily for ...
Today we visited the first of our three destinations on this cruise, Royal Caribbeans private island, Coco Cay in the Bahamas. the island itself really isn't much to see and must have been a steal to buy or rent. In fact it's just large enough to handle the 5000 to 8000 passengers and the supporting structures for a wonderful day at the beach. Once we got onto the island, you were immediately directed to ...
... nights. Plan to go to Cocoa Beach tomorrow to look at possible condos for a longer term stay after the cruises. Picked Cocoa Beach instead of Fort Lauderdale or Orlando areas because there were more condos available at better prices. After this, we move down to Fort Lauderdale for the night before the cruise. Then it is on to "The High Seas" ...
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Other places to stay in Cocoa
5600 State Road 524, Cocoa | 2 star hotelfrom $50
301 Tucker Lane, Cocoa | 2 star hotelfrom $96
900 Friday Road, Cocoa | 3 star hotelfrom $49
4150 W. King Street, Cocoa | Hotelfrom $44