Florida is definitely known for being weird, odd, unusual—and historical. A ride on the Ormond Loop and exploring the Daytona Beach area will truly support this notion. Check out this Rode A1A blog, and Happy Traveling!
Baseball is back, and A1A offers a chance to get close to the ballpark for the 2021 season, with some changes at the beginning of the season at least. Miami Marlins fans enjoyed opening day against the Tampa Bay Rays on April 1 with an allotted 25% capacity. In honor of baseball’s return to its… Continue reading From Jumbo Shrimp to Marlins: Baseball Along A1A
At 6:11 a.m. on April 22, 2021, NASA will launch its SpaceX Crew-2 Mission to the International Space Station; this manned crew, consisting of four astronauts, will be aboard a Crew Dragon Space Craft atop a Falcon 9 Rocket. This is a target date and of course is subject to change. So where can you… Continue reading Blasting Off Along A1A: Visiting Titusville
On September 18, 1965, during the race to space between the United States and the Soviet Union, an anomaly occurred (I learned that NASA likes the word anomaly over mishap during my recent visit to Florida’s Space Coast) that would change America’s view over its space program and have international implications for nearly half a… Continue reading The Not So Convenient ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ Cocoa Beach Tour
For lighthouse aficionados, A1A offers the chance to experience 25 of the, according to Lighthouse Friends, 31 existing lighthouses in Florida (numbers vary on other websites). Some can be viewed right off of A1A; others are offshore and will require much effort and coordination to visit; A1A will at least get you close to a… Continue reading A1A Lighthouses Along A1A’s Buccaneer Trail