Sea Aire Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSea Aire Motel Cocoa Beach
Clean, good location, old but quaint
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... to $79. Needles to say I said no thanks. There were also a few rooms about 50 miles out of town so we headed off. We were both tired and not keen on riding much further. Then Lady Luck smiled on us yet again I spotted a sign for a luxury motel and pulled up out side Marcia ran in to see if they had a room and in a couple of minutes she poked her head out the ...
... food. Hey Check this out ...... 2 Ground Beef Tacos, a Beer and Key Lime Pie....... Pre tip Bill/Check $10.48. Wow! The evening was well attended and I get acquainted with some US folk that I had not meet until this week. But again the unpaid rep for the Buffalo Tourist Board gravitates towards me. Tonight's north New York State topic is 'Buffalo Wings' which originate from his home city. Right up front I say that ...
... sanctuary. We even saw a alligator and Eagles when we were on the bus! We then drove a short distance to coca beach to our hotel. Dallas used urban spoon to find a nice place for dinner.. It was called the fat kahuna and was a seafood restaurant. We thought it was right on the beach and it was close- but in an area were we felt like we were going to get mugged! I must say though- it was probably the best food we had so far, and ...
... Sadly the doors are closed when we are here, and tours are not allowed inside of it since 9/11.We are allowed into the LCC, launch control complex, essentially the operations center where the rows of technicians sit at rows of monitors during launches. The picture on the left shows the size of operations during Apollo launches, the picture on the right Shuttle launches. You can see what 20 years of down sizing and job combining has done. Especially because at least 2/3's ...
... movie about the International Space Station. Certainly kept us out of the freezing wind for a while.
We grabbed some lunch then jumped on a coach for a tour around the centre. The tour took us past the building where the space vehicles are built, a massive structure equivalent to 57 stories. We also saw launch pads, the sites of multiple launches. The tour then stopped at an attraction focussed on ...