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I'm not connected with the hotel it always is trying to tell you the facts that this is a good pick if it's in your budget range and they really have the discounts Monday through Thursday. go
It was pretty entertaining just watching these people that fish in the Atlantic Ocean. The there's a lot of people out on the Cocoa Beach Pier that like to drop their bait down underneath into the water and there are plenty of big sharks underneath. I couldn't believe it, watching these people with these big fish. It is nice to get something of an experience when you come for a vacation. Watching the surfers go down towards The Shoreline with such grace is pretty special. A lot of people aren't that good so you see people wipe out quite a bit. I mean people really slam into the water hard and a lot of times the surfboards come close to people swimming. It is exciting to watch and we have some really good restaurants in this town. I will cast my votes for the best places to eat as follows. Extra good for a family meal is the Old Fish House Restaurant - seafood - 249 west Cocoa Beach causeway - 321-799-9190. You will want some to take home at sonny's real pit barbeque - bar-b-q - 2009 north atlantic avenue - 321-868-1000. Yummy for all the goodies and hot food is the Italian courtyard - italian - 350 west Cocoa Beach causeway - phone number 321-783-0413. Everyone has to stop and eat at the beachside grill and deli - sandwiches - 1980 north atlantic avenue - 321-783-3354.
It may be fall on your calendar, but it feels like summer on the Cocoa Beach surf boards. Here, it's the perfect temperature for a dip in warm ocean waters, or a walk along our secluded beaches. Just ask them at 3arides.com board shop. Chase summer and find festivities to help you escape this fall. Taste stone crab during its peak season, or build sandcastles on endless white-sand beaches. Get a board at naturalart.com and have fun on the waves. Leave your jackets at home for surf board vacations!
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