Tropical Suites Daytona Beach
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Heading off to find somewhere to stay as close to Cape canaveral tomorrow to watch the rocket ...
On our way to Daytona for the start of bike week we stopped off for a coffee at Starbucks where thanks again to our UK plate we got talking to a biker named Bruce who gave us some route advice for good roads through Texas (the Texas Hills) and also his contact details if we were passing his way we should contact him. We also took his advice on buying a phone from Walmart with 120 free minutes for $30 ...
... and not have to worry about jackets and helmets. The Floridians think we're mad wearing bike clothing as they just ride in shorts and T-shirts, don't even wear boots. A lot of them ride in flip flops.Wednesday 4th March
we spent the entire day at DeLeon, on the way we stopped off for some breakfast and as soon as we got there we took a canoe out for ...
... ever seen bikes like these on the drag strip at Santa Pod or Avon park.
We're thinking of going back to Wekiwa tomorrow as we really enjoyed the canoeing there and thought we might go a lot further this time. Monday 16th February
Lazy day by the pool today it was just too hot for canoeing. But looking like rain tomorrow so might of been a mistake. ...
Canaveral National Seashore and Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, is located on one of Florida's many barrier islands. The incessant salt marsh mosquito kept this area largely uninhabited until the early 1960's when NASA began acquiring land that is now home to the John F. Kennedy Space Center. In 1963, land acquisitions were complete and NASA realized that it would not need to use the entire 140,000 acres it had acquired for the space center. ...