Cocoa Beach Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Bomber' live on. A lady fitting the description above yells at me to 'enter the scanner, sir!' Everyone goes through a wrap around scanner, it takes 3 seconds. Nice.
I arrive at my departure gate about 45 minutes early, a little sooner than I like, but safe. Many food kiosks are open, some are just opening and the Philly Pretzel shop catches my eye. Just before boarding starts, I always wait until the last possible moment to board, I order two ...
... as much as the cruise. These toll roads are a killer. So many tolls, so many dollars. Charles said he feels like a gambler with a fist full of dollars and I said that sounds more like Clint Eastwood.
We arrived at the Park and Shuttle and they will take us to the ship. The shuttle was full and folks were from Savannah, New York and Celebration, Florida. After a short ride we arrived at the ship and got in the check-in line. As we were nearing the ...
... office (soon to become Zander's room). What a happy group they all were...including Bob who can't wait to get back to softball, the beach, and life on Maui!
Hope everyone is doing well! I'm going to slow down a bit on the posts now that I'm safe and sound in Florida. Thanks once again for staying in touch with us over the past two months! I am settling in here, enjoying my time, but still can't wait to get home.
Love to all!
Sigh, we are now relaxed and in holiday mode! Today was complete beach day!
Suz is feeling much better, the drugs are kicking in and her ears are slowly unblocking. However, Gav is now feeling a little sniffly...doh!
After breakfast, we headed to the beach with our beach chairs and umbrella, books and sunscreen. Again we pretty much have the beach to ourselves. ...
... gave it a go. We sat in our seats...the harnesses came over our shoulders and strapped us in. With a huge smile on my face I looked at Zoe as they began to roll the cabin to the 90degree angle that is experienced when the shuttle is attached to the rockets and standing at the launch pad. Then the count down began. I feared that Zoe would begin to panic now...and Hayley sat there unhappy with her eyes closed. Five...four...three...two...one...BLAST OFF!!! The cabin began to shake and we ...