Days Inn Cocoa Cruiseport West At I-95/524
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... PGA golf courses along the way. We were headed to Old Port Cove Marina, a little gem of a marina just off the ICW. It was perhaps one of the most welcoming marinas we have visited. There were several deck hands available to help us tie up and help us settle in for the duration. The assistance was greatly appreciated as the wind had kicked up considerably by this time so that there was no way we could have docked by ourselves without damaging the boat. The help was ...
... So much for being a 24-hour restaurant, "always open" according to the Freestyle Daily newsletter. All she had to offer me were some horrible looking sandwiches (looks like those awful things you find in a convenience store pre-made and packaged) and some cookies. I asked for some cookies, and was displeased when I bit into one to find it was rock hard. Boo.
Sorted photos until the kitchen reopened. The waitress took my breakfast order at 5:35 ...
... town", which consisted of open air shops. There you could schedule scuba trips, snorkeling, wave runner excursions or just rent mats to use to float in the bay areas. We decided that just laying on one of the few hundred loungers was good enough for us. After laying out a bit we finally ventured into the bay where we were surprised by the coolness of the water. We had expected it to be a bit warmer than ...
All is well in Cocoa. Spent time today looking at possible places to stay in Cocoa Beach. Found four excellent properties that would fill the bill. Will probably make a decision after the first cruise. The phase-down of NASA does not seem to ...
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