Seahorse Inn Beach Side
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... were really looking forward to seeing on the trip. I'm sitting here writing this from our hotel here in Titusville while munching on sliced apple and about to open a bottle of wine after one of the nicest hours we've had on the trip. Pretty much like what happened in Cape Cod where we'd booked to stay in Hyannis but regretted it after seeing Provincetown (no offence Hyannis we did like you to!), we've been to Cocoa Beach today and, as nice as Titusville seems (and the harbour is ...
... amazing but noisy!
Also, during this same week, I had to make five 30 seconds videos for school and that gave me the chance to explore and to know more about the history of New Smyrna Beach. In fact, I went to their museum and the guide told me all the information I had to know for this homework, but also, he gave me new places to visits before my return for Quebec City. I hope to have the chance to visit all of them during the next three ...
... of our favorites used to be, they were conspicuously gone - large shrimp cocktail, escargot, braised duck, chateau briane and two or three of the specialty soups that always appeared. NO! NO! I’m not saying that (except for the soups) these entrees all showed up every night, but it was blatantly obvious that the menu was 'cheaper' in content. The food when served was awful, the soup terrible, the portions much smaller ...
... so that you could see each stage before part of it was discarded (I think Will's love of science is rubbing off on me. Don't let him know! I'll never live it down...) We spent quite a while walking up and down admiring it, but then had to turn back to the Visitor's complex. We saw a couple of rockets, but then had to leave for our Hotel (ridonk expensive taxi, but no other way to get back).
Hotel was GORGOEOUS, and ...
... came to a head for this morning, because there was no coaxing her. She just wouldn’t start.
Dave pulled the stairs away and started taking the engine apart. We called Sea Tow for a possible tow to a yard but determined nothing was open on Sunday so we may as well sit and try to work this through. A few calls home to our resident diesel expert TR ...