Americas Best Value Inn - Cocoa / Port Canaveral
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn - Cocoa / Port Canaveral
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... 8221;) and the fact that I was going to demonstrate “The Miracles of Modern Model Rocketry”. I walk out to the middle of the field planting myself on the 50 yard line with my kit of rockets and a launcher.
Selecting the right rocket and engine in this situation is extremely important. You want to make an impression! Too much juice and too small of a rocket – you just see a streak and the rocket never is seen again. Too big of a rocket ...
... parking lot. The door slams shut behind me with a loud clang.
As it turns out I am only about 100 feet from the tour bus line-up and I only get maybe 2 suspicious looks from Delta-esk ladies as I emerge from an unexpected direction and try to blend in with the other tourists.
I get on a bus that takes us back to the KSC visitor centre, albeit with the obligatory drive-by of the empty Eagles nest and all of the hand shaking and back slapping ...
... that we were summarily dismissed to rest up while they tied and plugged us in. Then, when we went to the office to register, we were presented with a bottle of wine as well as a free pass for coffee each day in the cafe located by the office. Additionally, we were informed that a courtesy van would take us where ever we went and that we could use the swimming pool at the club across the street. Ay, carrumba, does it get any better than that? In fact, it did, because ...
Nice to meet you. My name is Tyler and I am 7. I am the smallest in the family. My Dad is the captain of our boat, Four Coconuts. I like to call him Captain Coco. Captain Coco let us choose some of the places we wanted to visit while in Florida. One of my places was the Kennedy Space Center. While we were at our hotel there were some squirrels sniffing our shoes and climbing ...
The sessions I attended at the conference today were looking at prevention of crash calls and the barriers to this then a development of a safety culture which were both sessions which were highly transferable to the NHS and largely already being worked on in different areas. I then went to one about mapping staffing levels to the risk of the patients on each individual ward. Whilst this was really interesting and worked ...