Holiday Inn Express Cocoa Beach
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After sating my thirst I go back to the same Thai-Sushi-BBQ joint for another plate of Sashimi, honestly I could eat that everyday of my life! I also, for the first time, have unfiltered cold Sake, I did not know that the filtering process is what makes it clear, and this is how it is traditionally consumed.
I stagger back to my Mo'tel 6 room with a full tummy and cloudy head, look at my laptop, beckoning for some blogging then look at my pillow, beckoning ...
This was a lovely little addition into the trip that we hadn't looked into. It was relaxing and reminded us of Mandurah. It is home to the worlds largest surf store which we managed to lose each other in twice. The pier has restaurants on it and a Tiki bar at the very end. We snuck away from ...
Woke up at 8am, showered, dressed then went down to breakfast, ate, then went back to the room. I then packed bags and got ready for the day. Then it was bags down to the coach and
straight on the coach. We then left Miami headed for cocoa beach. I did a bit of updating and watched identity theft. Our first stop this morning was at a grocery store where we picked up a few things as well as lunch to eat on the bus later ...
... in front of you – and it’s a performance, with the chief juggling knives, tossing eggs into his hat, and other tricks. The food was fantastic, although our chef didn’t provide nearly as entertaining a performance as the chef at the adjacent station.
Returned to the cabin. We sailed away from Port Canaveral at 9 p.m. I got ready for bed. Read on balcony, then sorted photos on my laptop. Watched TiVo on Zune, then bed at 12:29 a.m.
... better to hang on.
l'll still post the stats on the tuned exhaust and
Did a run last week to Saint Augustine and this week to
Keywest, but not enough to get a real indication on speeds and fuel flows.
Don't need the Garmin 400 but l'll
hang onto the icom HF radio.