Holiday Inn Express Cocoa Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the Apollo/Saturn V Center, where bleachers were set up for rocket launch viewing. A fellow had a telescope set up, so that we could see the rocket on the launch pad clearly. Then the storm clouds moved in, and once the lightning started we were ordered off the bleachers and into the building for safety - just 10 minutes before the scheduled launch. This area in Florida is called the lightning capital. We were certain that the mission ...
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 ...
... Major Nelson and Jeannie.
We checked in to our hotel, The Inn at Cocoa Beach and joined the other guests for wine and cheese. Our hotel is right on the beach, however, given the cold snap around at the moment, we will not be spending time there. We had dinner at the Shark Shack Grill, and I had a salad with seared tuna. Really happy to be making good food choices after all that amazing yet fattening Southern food. Tomorrow we will be visiting the Kennedy Space Centre.
... Have noticed that over here there are a lot more cop cars parked visibly on the sides of the road keeping an eye on things, not just cameras hidden in the bushes like back at home! The reason for not having a day in hand of course was having tickets for the basketball, Miami Heat vs LA Clippers. The game was amazing, close for most of it & the Clippers even had the lead for most of the 1st 3/4 until the Heat put the ...
... is the largest building in the world based on it's volume capacity. Greg was in awe of this building and is very much planning a tour of the building on our next visit. Personally, on my next visit I plan on having the family attend the three day overnight SPACE CAMP! YEESSSSSSS!
Continuing on the bus we also passed the launch viewing area for the public and press. The original countdown time is still present and used for all current rocket launches still. Further down the ...