Sea View Resort Motel
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... and it is a key resting stop for migrating birds. Walking on the boardwalk and through the lush green palms from the subtropical zones was an amazing experience.
We also took The Black Point Wildlife drive, it's a 7 mile one-way dirt road. You can stop along the way to view wildlife. It's an educational tour for sure. The brackish marsh has a dike built around it ...
When I look at our pictures we took whilst in Haiti - I again relive the experience. There are certain pictures that make me laugh, smile and shed a tear.
I met a wonderful group of co-workers with I will forever remember - and shared and experience I wish to continue and do again and again.
What a lesson for me - I came home - watching how much I put on my ...
... beach and for once we have arrived quite early, the sun is out so we spend most of the day by the pool taking in the rays, it's nice to not be rushing around.
Cocoa beach is a really nice place, lots of restaurants and shops, it's about 45 mins from Orlando so it's a bit more relaxed than the hustle and bustle around Disney and best of all it's next to Cape Canaveral the home of NASA, you have no idea how excited I am, I may have just wet myself, ...
... Atlantis but by then the orbiter was completely covered from the elements and all you really see are the fuel tanks.
Since there is so much to see, the tickets are good for two days, which could easily be spent at the KSC. However, the tickets are also good for the Astronauts Hall of Fame. The bummer is that the Hall of Fame doesn't open till noon?! Steve wanted to check it out so he browsed through it in an hour. Then we jumped into position and drove up on into ...
I took some pictures of birds (Pelicans and Ofsprey along the ICW, a boat aground, but not abandoned) Not very many boats today. We passed a couple of sailboats going South and only one going Northbound with us. We anchored off the wharf by the library just above the bridge at Eau Gallie (Melbourne) and I saw a dolphin swimming ...