Cedar Key Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Cedar Key
... all the wildlife that passed by. ...
... the back of a truck! More power to them. I still like my creature comforts. We sat on the dock with them and watched the glorious sunset. I wish we could have stayed another day for another sunset. :(
Afraid we'd be waiting in line and late for the Saturday night jam session so we quickly got up and went back into town to Tony's for dinner. We didn't have to wait at all and had hardly finished our salads before our meal came. We had ...
... discussed what was available within our budget. Then we got on a golf cart and she took us on a tour of the grounds, 123 acres and then began to show up Tiffin Phaetons. I told her we were open to other brands but because of my pretty specific wish list especially the washer and dryer Tiffin was our best bet. After showing us several coaches, some 40' and sone 42" and one really smelly one, we went back to her office and discussed particulars, ...
We sadly left our friends in Windermere at 10am and began our journey. Our first stop was a MacDonald's for a meatless Egg-MacMuffin, but were informed that breakfast had finished 5 minutes ago! Not a good start. Luckily the day progressed much better. We took the smaller roads and drove through Leesburg, an un-exciting place. We than passed through ...
... alligators, both adults and a baby (literally on the edge of the cycle road), butterflies, lots of different birds, giant orange locusts and a baby snake (we first thought it was a worm till we went back for a second look). It was very very hot biking along the road, the wildlife eventually became very sparse as they went in to hiding during the heat wave. We got back to the car in time to see a big gator cross the road infront of other tourists entering the ...