Cedar Key Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bit stressful with rangers watching your every move, loads of people, and Americans aren't shy to tell you off if they think you're doing it wrong. We got pretty cold even in our wetsuits so were pleased to go back after an hour. Next stop was a genuine diner for brunch. Neil bravely chose biscuits in gravy, which turned out to be scones (like dumplings) in a thick white salty sauce. ...
It was a great feeling pulling back into Nature Coast Landings in Crystal River. We spent four days visiting with friends, riding our bikes, swimming in a real heated pool and of course sprucing up our lot for our winter renters. Several folks have asked what the inside of the Cottage looks like and we realized we had not posted any pictures of the inside. So we took a few. Here is where we slumbered, watched movies, read, knitted and made wonderful dinners.
... cart and drives around in them. they even have their own golf cart roads. there is lots to do in the villages. the life long learning college is most appealing to me. they had almost as many classes there as the santa fe community college. and they are not degree specific, you can take the same classes over and over if you want and don't have to claim a major, or work toward a "degree", as sfcc is starting to do. they have lots of pottery classes!!! ...
... was recommended by the park. Instead, we wandered down the boardwalk taking in all the exquisite scenery and wildlife. We saw an otter in the spring that was going under the water and searching for food and then surfacing to eat what he had caught. At the end of the boardwalk was a dock overlooking the river where we saw ducks, birds that looked like vultures, and turtles bobbing in the water. We ate lunch at the picnic area overlooking the spring while watching ...
... our travels up to Crystal River. We've had a great week here in what is called the "Nature Coast". Prior to arriving here we had noticed that their were lots of campgrounds and we couldn't quite figure out why. Well, now we know. First of all, it's pretty here. Lots of green and trees. There are rivers to swim, fish and kayak in. There is also access to the Gulf of Mexico. They have a 46 mile long 'rails to trails' bike path and the towns in ...