Travelodge Cocoa Beach-Kennedy Space Center
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Took a load of photos, so I'm coming shut up and let them speak for themselves...
... see the wake they are creating. We headed further east to keep the 10-15 kts of wind in the 20-30 degrees off our starboard. We were hoping to catch a good current north, but still fought a .5 – 1 kt current. Can’t win!!
Just as we were passing the Coast Guard Cutter we heard a thump and the boat speed dropped a good knot. Dave slowed ...
... with palm trees and other foliage, but other times it would be all high-rise hotels and the like. Even though we were in wider sections of water, the ICW did not expand at all. It was odd to look at all that water, see that we were only in 10 or 12 feet of water and that just a stone's throw away, there were depths of just a few feet. We kept an eye on the channel markers and kept Hejira safely inside.
We had made about 30 statue ...
... Baton Rouge, and Lafayette Louisiana, and Mesa, Phoenix, Tucson Arizona, then finally end up in San Diego, then start camping and skating. We have several friends we met along the way expecting us out there, to show us skate spots, and meet people.
OOOoooh before I forget this, in March we'll be having our own websites, and I will not post the URL's until it's finished. I have found a really good low ...
... We drove around and just looked at the town before we headed back and dropped off the rental car. We arrived back on the ship a little before 4:00. For dinner, both Keith and I opted for the Spinach Salad and rack of lamb. While the lamb wasn’t hot, it was at least somewhat warm and good. The carrot mash with it was wonderful. I had no dessert, as I was being good after that huge dinner of the night before. We took our books to the ship ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center