Coconut Cay Resort & Marina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Marathon
Cathryn, the Russell's, the Tucker's and myself left the hotel at 11:15am headed for our first ever cruise, Enchantment of the Seas. We are all very excited but also a little nervous. After just over an hour drive, we arrive at port Canaveral ready for our cruise on Royal Carribean Enchantment of the Seas. We are a little overwhelmed on arrival at …
... was time for dinner. Pierre's s a top notch, classy place with excellent service, good drinks, and excellent dishes. I had grouper, Sue had (??), and we shared a vanilla bourbon cheese cake for dessert. Another unexpected treat was the realization that we had eaten next door on a trip to Florida several years ago. A very enjoyable evening that I will remember for a long ...
... times I ventured into the shark-infested ocean in Perth, and I agree that it hurts like hell (although still better than getting munched by a shark)! We still had a great day out on the water and kayaked all over the place. In the evening we sat and enjoyed another stunning sunset while listening to Jimmy Buffet (essential Florida music when camping in the Keys) and watching a lightning storm out over the ocean in the distance. We could see squillions of stars, including Scorpio ...
... which would put us about half way to Marathon. Even though we would not be traveling together, it was comforting to know that somewhere out there on the big, blue ocean we had company
The weather was good the day we left Napels with seas and winds predicted to be manageable if not ideal. We made a graceful exit from (meaning we did not mix up markers or run aground) and headed out to the Gulf for our second solo journey. Unfortunately, the winds soon picked up as did ...
... I even had to sign a statement that we wouldn't molest or remove any of them. The must be large and tasty by now. ;o)
We sat outside in the sun and enjoyed the temperatures in the mid-seventies. The sun this far south is HOT! After about an hour or so, we retired to the coach and waited for some shade.
In spite of the large number of folks here, it's very quiet. Rarely does a rig ...