I recently spent a attractive, week-long trip in Cocoa, FL. It’s a wonderful beach town just south of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. I chose the section because of the wonderful beaches and fun water activities. I’d consistently wanted to learn to surf and take a fishing charter. I signed up for a kayak tour, swam in the ocean and spent a lot of time good in the sun; One of my favorite spots to explore was the Cocoa Beach Pier. It stretches for 710 feet over the Atlantic Ocean and provides an especially amazing view of the entire city, but there are lots of certainly interesting shops, boutiques and restaurants. I especially enjoyed sampling fresh seafood. The fish sandwiches were easily amazing. One of the only downsides of my trip was the air conditioning in the room I rented, however rather than stay at one of the super expensive resorts, I booked a room at a smaller hotel within walking distance to the beach; Because I didn’t pay a lot, I wasn’t expecting several-star amenities. I was fine with a lumpy pillow, scratchy sheets and a thin blanket. The lack of water pressure in the shower didn’t bother me. I didn’t care that the carpet smelled musty or that the pipes made weird sounds in the middle of the night. I was a little anxious that the air conditioning appeared ancient. It was missing some of the adjustment knobs and a bit rusty. It also dripped water onto the floor and rattled every time it started up. I was delighted as long as it was supplying cool air! When the AC quit in the middle of my third night, I complained. The room instantly became unbearably hot and sticky.