Motel 6 Cocoa Fl
Travel Blogs from Cocoa
... br> and is used by Royal Caribbean on a 99-year lease. A permanent staff of
about 100 is supplemented by ship's crew and commuters from a nearby
island. There is no dock and we anchored in the harbor, coming into the
island by large tenders permanently stationed there.
I am not a beach person, but I did book the "Nature Walk". I took the
first tender to the island, arriving around 8:15, and ...
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... person rise first is best as then one person isn't always having to set the alarm and wake everyone up (no one wants to be that guy), and it's much nicer to wake up to the sounds of warm food and drink being prepared for you.
And warmth was definitely needed this morning. We are all a little bit baffled by it being this cold when we have reached the southernmost state on the eastern seaboard - North Carolina was way warmer! Oh well. ...
... through motion. Josh's style has improved dramatically, with clean lines, and slow motion tricks that draws gasps and awe from the bystanders, be it skateboarders or a pedestrian. March is also the month we're going to create a mini skate video. No not a "sponsor me" video. Just a video to showcase Josh's favorite spots he has found around Cocoa Florida. We hope to release it at the end of the month as we prepare ...
... we could skate, how long at each spot. As you can see we only started in Chicago and made 5 stops till we got to Florida. Thats not what we wanted. Now... we can literally go to each skate parks, and make my pitch and presentation, while Josh can skate the facility. I'm hoping the year 2010 would be a year of change. The economy is seriously depressed, and I can see the signs everywhere in each town we visited ...