Econo Lodge Space Center
Travel Blogs from Cocoa
... were ready, it seems like my past experience has been around
2. The Windjammer Cafe was crowded for lunch, but there was sufficient room and good
food. After an afternoon of unpacking and exploring ship, my steward
Michael knocked on my door and told me it was time to leave for the
muster drill. The drill seemed to have a bit of a split personality. It
seemed we were expected to be organized on deck ahead of time but when ...
... the area too much. Most businesses open and busy. Drove by the Vega - Diana Shores house. Looks good and well maintained. Remember the big two story house on the corner that was such a mess. Now it is really looking good. On to Fort Lauderdale tomorrow ...
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... trippers rafted up. Circled around “Distant Dawn” and exchanged hellos and then headed out of the harbor. It was so beautiful and Biscayne Bay was so calm, we decided we’d rather anchor outside of NoName on Biscayne Bay and catch all the breezes. It was so worth it.
We were so content to just hang here on our anchor we ...
... There's being laid back, and down for good things in life. Life comes at your fast, so we tend to take it fast, and throw it out fast. Nothing stays forever, everything changes, life changes, and so does the industry, it's probably one of the most flexible industry I have ever studied as a business man, that can weather through even this current recession we're going through. The effects of our recession is ...