Pine Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Today we slept in a little, packed up and left Crystal Isles RV resort. We stopped in downtown Crystal River for a little souvenir shopping and an early lunch. The only shops open were dive shops, but we found a few things. Lunch was at Crackers by the water. The food was good and it was nice to look out at Kings Bay. Today was the first time the wind has laid off the entire time ...
Hey! Piper here! Today concludes our trip and starts the long ride home. :( . If by any chance one of y'all wanted to do what we did, here's what I would do. Part 1- Grab a Rv and head down to the keys. Stay at the keys for 4 nights. Part 2- drive to WDW and stay for 5 nights. Visit all 4 parks. Part 3- Head to Crystal River and stay for 4 nights. Be sure to ...
... up quite a bit of space on the pontoon, but everything fit, including Penny dog. Heading out the little canal from the campground, we made it out to the main channel of Crystal River and turned east toward Kings Bay. It was still really windy and I'm glad we rented the boat. We would never have made it to Kings Bay on the paddleboards. Once you get into Kings Bay, everyone must drop to idle speed for manatee safety. Once we ...
... we had checked on many tour companies and most took up to a dozen tourists at one time. Since Jody had a smaller boat it would be just the two of us we decided to book a trip with him for the following Monday.
Early Saturday afternoon we jumped on Harley and headed down a few back roads which led us to the High Octane Tavern. This is a huge biker bar with plenty of room for hundreds of bikes. It has a warehouse with open garage doors and a stage ...
Today we had a great ride on the new bike trail in Dunnellon with our friends Trish and Steve. It's a total of 5 miles through the forest. So beautiful. The Florida beauty many tourist don't get to see. After, we all met Lynn and Larry at Swampy's on the Rainbow River for lunch.