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Canaveral
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posted 04-23-2006 07:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Canaveral   Click Here to Email Canaveral     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Which hotel in Cocoa Beach do you believe represented the hub of the action during the 60's space race?

Also - can anybody clarify what year the Satellite Motel was torn down on the main strip? Any pictures the users could post of the exterior prior to demolition of the satellite hotel would be appreciated.

KC Stoever
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posted 04-23-2006 08:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for KC Stoever   Click Here to Email KC Stoever     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
That's easy.

The Holiday Inn, managed by the legendary Henri Landwirth.

Bob M
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The Holiday Inn of Cocoa Beach was often used by the Mercury astronauts and it's mentioned in quite a few books about the early US space program - along with the Mercury Astronauts' many antics there.

I was fortunate to obtain a Holiday Inn of Cocoa Beach stationary sheet that was signed by the Original 7 Mercury Astronauts and it can be seen here.

Blackarrow
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posted 04-24-2006 03:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Blackarrow     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Was the Atlantis Beach Lodge anywhere near the Holiday Inn? I stayed at the Atlantis in 1975 but it seems to have disappeared.

spaceuk
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posted 04-25-2006 11:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for spaceuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Holiday Inn close to what was Atlantis Beach Lodge Motel.

The Satellite Motel was a bit further along the road with its satellite/earth globe on the hotel ad pole!

Also, the Wooden Nickel 'shack' that served pretty good - and much cheaper than motel/hotel - food! Us Brits in those early long haul charter days were on a tight budget!

A lot of the big aerospace companies (NAA,McD,Boeing,Grumman) would take over hotels for week or two to have their PR people giving news handouts,freebies etcetera and organising site visits. Also, soem of the countdown and support staff would be housed in them.

There was a bar in Cocoa whose name I think was Jack's Bar - near the Cocoa Beach Post Office. Used to get rowdy in there with lot of pad technicians going into it after work! To them Apollo was work!!

Blackarrow
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posted 04-25-2006 05:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Blackarrow     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
You say the Holiday Inn was near to "what was" the Atlantis Beach Lodge. What became of the Atlantis? What is it now?

Canaveral
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posted 04-25-2006 06:28 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Canaveral   Click Here to Email Canaveral     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I wonder what ever happened to the Satellite Motel display on the main strip (the satellite and world design)... wonder if it sold on eBay prior to tearing down the SM?

spaceuk
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posted 04-26-2006 06:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for spaceuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Blackarrow:
What became of the Atlantis? What is it now?
I didn't stay in Cocoa Beach last time around - stopped at Titusville - so didn't go down Cocoa Beach area.

Certainly doesn't appear in any hotel listings or Cocoa Beach under its original name.

I've got a early 70's pic of the Atlantis Beach motel and a view of that Satellite globe in front of its hotel.

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posted 04-26-2006 07:20 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rick Boos   Click Here to Email Rick Boos     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Canaveral:
I wonder what ever happened to the Satellite Motel display on the main strip
The Satellite Motel globe became badly weathered over the years and sometime in the 80's it came down as a result of a storm. They removed it from the highway location and stored it at the South end of their parking lot where it was covered by all kinds of vines.

While doing some research for a book I was working on I talked to the owner of the motel about it and he let me have some nice pieces from it (all fiberglass).

You can see all the "original" motels of Cocoa Beach in a book titled "The Missilemen" including the Satellite Motel. Great book but very hard to find.

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posted 04-26-2006 08:48 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rick Boos   Click Here to Email Rick Boos     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
The "Starlight" was the first major motel to be built at Cocoa Beach. It had over 100 rooms and was built in 1956. It's location was right in the middle of what was to become "Motel Row" off of A1A.

Other popular motels were: Satellite motel, Polaris, Vanguard, Sea Missle, Holiday Inn, Silver Sands, Sea Air (sp?), Astrocraft, and the Cape Colony Inn, to name a few.

The Cape Colony Inn hosted a full news center in 1964 with offices for "Life", "National Geographic" "NBC", "CBS", and the wire services.

Romon's was a popular restaurant for Cape workers back in the 50's, and was built in 1958. Fat Boys was a popular place that the Mercury astronauts would eat at. Gus Grissom loved their ribs and would make a point to fly down there just to get them. This was told to me by Betty.

As I said in my last post a really great book about the early Cape and the Cocoa Beach area is titled "The Missilemen" by Mel Hunter. It was published in 1960 by Doubleday and reminds me of the film of "Growing Up With Rockets"

Another good history book to get about Cocoa Beach is titled "The City Of Cocoa Beach: The First Sixty Years" by Glenn Rabac.

One interesting note: A sign was put up that read "Cocoa Beach 8 Miles From Confusion" and was paid for by the Cocoa Beach Booster Club. Locals didn't like it because of the word "Confusion".

The story behind the motels at Cocoa Beach is quite interesting. At the time the Cape was being built there was nothing there and a lot of motels had to go up in a hurry to make up "motel row". The last time I was down there the "Silver Sands" motel was still there and so was the Sea Air. They both look a little out of place, but glad they are still there.

Another thing, Guenter Wendt would put up the Mercury astronauts at his place when they wanted to get away from the press.

As for the Holiday Inn was the original motel across the highway?

Sy Liebergot
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posted 04-26-2006 08:50 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Sy Liebergot   Click Here to Email Sy Liebergot     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I used to stay (and on occasion "hug the toilet") at the motel next to the Mousetrap Restaurant & Bar, now Durango Steak House. I believe it was then the Apollo motel, now a best Western.

Sy Liebergot
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Rick Boos
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posted 04-26-2006 08:57 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rick Boos   Click Here to Email Rick Boos     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Just remembered that Jim Irwin told me as did the motel owner that he often stayed at the "Silver Sands" motel.

Rick Boos
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posted 04-26-2006 09:24 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rick Boos   Click Here to Email Rick Boos     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I found the photos of the Earth globe from the Satellite Motel. One photo shows the globe in decayed condition still standing. Note that there is a large hole at the top and how the paint is faded. Also note that one satellite is missing while the other one slid down the rod. The other photos show the globe after it was taken down and covered with vines. I also see that the vine covered photos were taken in 1997 if that helps.

spaceuk
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posted 04-26-2006 11:20 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for spaceuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Shame about the decay of the globe - it was a "must see" item down there!

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posted 04-26-2006 12:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for capoetc   Click Here to Email capoetc     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Here is a website some of you may enjoy.

It shows pics of Cocoa Beach through the years, including vintage 1950's/1960's pictures of the Starlite Motel, the Sea Missile, The Surf, The AstroCraft Motel, and the Vanguard Motel.

Rick Boos
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posted 04-26-2006 01:02 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rick Boos   Click Here to Email Rick Boos     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks John, really enjoyed the website!

Blackarrow
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posted 04-26-2006 07:43 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Blackarrow     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A very interesting trip down memory lane, but not one word about what became of the Atlantis Beach Lodge. Does nobody know?

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posted 04-26-2006 08:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Canaveral   Click Here to Email Canaveral     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks very much Rick for the information and pictures... how come it doesn't surprise me that the SM satellite/world piece was left abandoned... just like many of the other historic launch facilities a little further north at the cape.

DavidH
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posted 04-27-2006 11:16 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for DavidH   Click Here to Email DavidH     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Last time I was down there, I stayed at the La Quinta, which had a sign in the courtyard saying it was originally owned by the Mercury Seven astronauts.

Anyone know the story there?

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posted 04-27-2006 02:38 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ken Havekotte   Click Here to Email Ken Havekotte     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
The old Atlantis Beach Lodge is now the Ocean Landings Resort, just south of Holiday Inn in Cocoa Beach on the ocean side. Throughout the M-G-A era, the Atlantis Beach Lodge was the Carriage House Motel.

Its popular Gemini Room featured a restaurant and lounge. The Satellite Motel was only about a quarter of a mile north of Holiday Inn. Yes, Rick is correct, as their famous "satellite orbiting Earth" signpost was damaged during a hurricane and was getting badly corroded throughout the many decades the sign was in use by the motel. I would like to do a history piece, as I have already started last year, about this interesting and exciting era of Florida Space Coast history along the beach shores. There are so many personal stories and interesting insights about the people, events, and places that were a big part of the nation's space scene as American astronauts were riding rockets into space.

Blackarrow
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posted 04-27-2006 05:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Blackarrow     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Many thanks for clarifying this! I hope to visit Cocoa Beach next year or 2008 (have a guess why!) and I would like to (at least) visit the Atlantis/Ocean Landings Resort.

On a technical point, surely the "Apollo era" ended when the last Apollo spacecraft splashed down in 1975, and at that time it was certainly still called the Atlantis Beach Lodge.

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posted 05-03-2006 12:22 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Scrapyard Ape     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Rick Boos:


Wow. This pic really stirs some memories. I lived in Satellite Beach from 74 to 80 and the Satellite Motel sign was a familiar landmark every time we went up to the Cocoa Beach area.

If my memory has not failed, I'd say the above picture was taken after Hurricane David brushed by Florida in 79. I remember that both of the smaller, spheres were still in place prior to that storm.(though the upper one had already "migrated" down the rod by that point)

On a related note: The nearby Holiday Inn had just installed a brand new sign a few months before which was completely destroyed while the eyesore that was the Satellite sign was relatively untouched. Go figure.

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posted 05-03-2006 06:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for spaceuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
When you read about some of the technical proposals for the new CEV and its launchers I don't think the Apollo-era has "finished" - its just being perpetuated in a different form.

For instance, they are talking about using modified J-2 engines in the launcher!

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Boy, I'm having flashbacks!

I was a bit of a latecomer - was in Cocoa Beach as a part-time student, part-time Cape worker 1970-72. I'm about 100 miles downrange now and still go up for launches but had not thought about these old haunts for years. Thanks to Rick for posting the Satellite pics- the "Pillowtalk Lounge" there was a noted pick-up joint in those days- LOL. I remember Lee Caron's Carnival Club and see that its famed pink elephant is now at a little waterslide park up in Canaveral next to Zachary's restaurant which was the Camelot Inn back in those days. Across the street from the Mousetrap that Sy mentioned was George's Steak House that had a couple framed Chesley Bonestell original paintings in its decor! A little south of that was the CAC Building that become Hydrospace Technical Institute- a division of F.I.T. I attended from '69 to '72. I think the core building is still there being converted to a condo now?

Since I was a student officer in the local Marine Technology Society chapter as well as a wire jockey for some preliminary Skylab work at the Cape, I got assigned to a contingent to tour Jacques & Philippe Cousteau around while they were VIP guests for the Apollo 14 launch. Could not remember what hotel they stayed in- but after reading the posts here, pretty sure it was indeed the Atlantis Beach Lodge.

Wonderful times!

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There seems to be three Holiday Inns in Cocoa Beach. Can anyone specify which one was owned by John Glenn and visited by the other astronauts? I plan to book a few nights there in May next year and would be grateful for any bars, museums, places of interest, etc in Cocoa Beach that have historic significance to the Mercury/Gemini/Apollo era.

I've recently gone nuts about the American space programme and feel like I've spent more money on learning about the race to the moon than NASA did to actually get there! I now really want to visit all the places of historic interest in Cocoa Beach while I also visit Kennedy Space Centre...

My wife says I'll have to stop short of hiring a gold '69 Corvette ala Pete Conrad!

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From what I understand, the original Holiday Inn - Cocoa Beach (that was referenced above) is currently the La Quinta Inn here in Cocoa Beach.

Holiday Inn wanted to expand (years ago) and they were limited by their location, so they bought the property directly across A1A and moved there.

Someone please correct me if this isn't correct.

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Wow, this posting brings back memories. My company built the optics for the LEM, so I was in the area a number of times in the 60s and 70s. I often stayed at the Satellite (and the Holiday) and often dined at the Mousetrap until I was slicing off a piece of bread at their bread table and a cockroach ran out from under the bread, which unfortunately my wife saw. That was my last visit!

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Here's a pic of the sign at the La Quinta that I took in August. (Not very good, I'm afraid, from a cell phone camera.)

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Originally posted by bshockley123:
I often stayed at the Satellite (and the Holiday) and often dined at the Mousetrap until I was slicing off a piece of bread at their bread table and a cockroach ran out from under the bread, which unfortunately my wife saw. That was my last visit!
Having stayed there at the time can you confirm Goldbera's belief that 'the' Holiday Inn is now the La Quinta?

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posted 08-05-2006 11:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SpaceDust     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I was watching "The Time Of Apollo 1975" last night on Google Videos and it shows a very shot clip of the Satellite Motel.

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Anyone know if the current Holiday Inn at Cocoa Beach is the same one that the Mercury Astronauts sort of took over and lived there?

Any clues as to Gus' old room number?

Finally, how about a lead on a good corned beef sandwich in Cocoa Beach?

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posted 01-11-2008 11:15 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for kr4mula   Click Here to Email kr4mula     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I heard the infamous Gemini III sandwich came from Wolfie's Deli. Anyone confirm/deny and know if that place is still around?

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posted 01-11-2008 11:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for DCCollector   Click Here to Email DCCollector     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
On a related note, are there any remaining "historic" hotels/motels to stay during my next visit to KSC? Is the La Quinta that others have asked about an interesting landmark? Thanks.

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I don't know the significance of this. When I stayed at the Holiday Inn in Cocoa Beach for the UACC autograph show in June, one block away was "I DREAM OF JEANNIE LANE."

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That may be a connection to - scratching my head trying to remember - late 1970 or early '71 - as a publicity stunt, some scenes for the last episode or two of that series were actually shot on location in Cocoa Beach. I remember getting off shift at the Cape and racing downtown with the guys to catch a glimpse of Barbara Eden from about 50 yards away. Impressive!

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There's a new book on the subject of Florida's Space Coast: "Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach & Florida's Space Coast: Great Destinations: A Complete Guide" by Dianne Marcum (January 2008).

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The hotels during the 60's was the Holiday Inn, Ramada (next door) Cape Colony and later the Hilton at Cape Canveral that centered around the astronauts, NASA & contractors officials,celebrities, NASA & Astronaut VIP guests and those tourists that knew these hotels were the place to catch a sight of VIP's and astronauts.

The astronauts stayed at the Holiday Inn where Henri Landwirth was a manager, he was replaced by Larry Koen, Ed Wilson and Jack Bovard during that period.

When the 7 astronauts "invested" in the Cape Colony, they stayed there. When NASA frowned on their participation in the hotel, they went back to the Holiday Inn. The Lounge was one of their hang-outs, another was the Ramada's Wolfie's for late night snacks after partying. Also the Ramada featured entertainers, such as Frank Sinatra, Jr and Trish who was a popular folk singer etc.

The Cape Colony was very popular because of Mark Wayne's band with Johnny Bolan at the piano. They kept the place "hopping" and always full.

Ramon's, the Surf, Alma's & the Mousetrap were the best resturants to be seen or to just indulge.

The Holiday is still there, Ramada became the Carriage House, the Cape Colony is now LaQuinta, the old Hilton is gone.

Alma's, Ramon's & the Mousetrap is no longer and the Surf is under new owners.

There were other restaurants & places of entertainment but the ones mentioned above where the most prominent.

I lived there during that time and have lots of fond memories of each and every place mentioned.

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I am currently planning my families next trip to Florida in November to watch the launch of STS-129 but I have accomadation for all nights except the last and I was wondering if anybody could give me any pointers in regards to a hotel/motel that has a little bit of history in regards to the space program?

I understand that there are such hotels as the Holiday Inn, La Quinta and the Best Western Hotel but can anybody recommend a hotel that they think reflects the time of Apollo, firstly as it will be a fitting end to a holiday in my favourite place in the world, , plus my daughter and I will be celebrating our birthdays as well, in fact my daughter's birthday is on the day of the actual launch itself (not forgetting its the 40th anniversary of Apollo 12 as well).

I myself quite like the idea of La Quinta or the Super 8 Motel in Titusville near the Kennedy Space Center but any advice as usual is always gratefully received.

Editor's note: Threads merged

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I'm staying at the LaQuinta tonight and tomorrow and will be touring the area tomorrow. The sign shown above is still here. I'll look around the bar / office tomorrow and ask about any historic material they may have on hand.

You can see some of my photos from last year's "Then and Now" tour at KSC.

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I stayed at the Atlantis Beach during the Apollo-Soyuz launch. There were certainly a lot of NASA people about. One evening had a meal with the guy who organised the astronaut trips abroad and on another night sat next to (but not same table) as Harrison Schmitt. Best memory though is spending three days with Linda Ball by the pool. Linda was the original National Airlines 'Fly Me' girl.


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