Anyway, what I really wanted to show on this blog is the pictures from the area that we had the party. In case you ever come to the area you will know there is more than just the cruise ship, cocoa beach's Ron Jon's and Disney World.
We were at the Cocoa Village River Front Park.
Many people come to live in the area in the winter months. Their real estate is right on the river.
Then, there are those that live in the river, year round. This is my attempt at a dolphin shot. Still no telescopic lens....
Cocoa Village itself is quite quaint. It is meant to keep with building codes from the early 1900s. Most buildings are restored. They are mostly small independently boutiques, art galleries, antique stores, cafes, restaurants, and Cocoa Village Playhouse. A farmer's market takes place every Friday and there is usually "a happening" on the weekends.
Cocoa Village Link
Visit the link above. It will take to you to more information about Cocoa Village present and past.
I always have fun wandering around the streets: cobblestone, yes. It was a cold day, but I was dressed for it. I even had by arm/hand warmers on. But, look at that Florida Sunshine!