Hampton Inn Melbourne
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... husband Eric who have literally just moved down from NJ to Florida also came over with their adorable 2 year old, Josie. She was a joy and made us all laugh with her antics. She liked to the pool too.
Thanks so much to Fran and Dave for making us so welcome and for all the hospitality. We came away laden with food for the week and full to the brim with good stuff we'd eaten.
We left about 930 after the massive thunderstorm which ...
... of the terminal said they were doing taxis to Cocoa beach for $12 pp return and that the village was nearby. That didn't tally with our checking ahead of time so we decided to walk to " The Cove" which according to the Port Information leaflet from the ship was beaches, cafes and shops all within walking distance. There were a couple of cafes and a bait shop for fishermen, and lots of fishing trip stations, ...
... could see Missy, David and Celeste standing up on the ships deck giving us a welcome wave. Can't miss Missy in her hot pink shirt.
Check in went pretty well, and then we went through security and then to another line where we got our ship ID cards. Time to board. Guess what - no Julie waiting to greet us. Where is the cruise director?? Rooms will not be ready until after 1pm so lunch is in order. We passed the bar and guess what - no Issac... When ...
... just for the record, pygmy hippo calves are about the cutest thing on the planet. James and I were lying down on the ground trying to see the underside of this three-day old calf to determine its sex, and we managed to lie right in a pile of fire ants (which we didn’t notice at first because of the overwhelming cuteness of the pygmy hippo calf). For anyone who has not encountered the infamous fire ant, beware. Their bites HURT, and lead to giant, red, itchy, painful, ...
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. ...