The Port Hotel and Marina

Address: 1610 S.E. Paradise Circle, Crystal River, Florida, 34429, United States | 2 star hotel
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          Crystal River Manatees

          A travel blog entry by stevekarenmorey on Jan 26, 2017

          1 comment, 24 photos

          Traveling south on 75 went just great. Nemo pulled the trailer well and 70 mph did not result in any air-born objects. Nemo has a small gas tank so we get to stop often to put another 10 – 12 gallons in and check that everything is still tight and secure.

          We traveled to McDonough Georgia just south of Atlanta for the first night stop …

          Sandhill cranes at the Mercedes dealer

          A travel blog entry by stugwell on Jul 11, 2015

          1 photo

          ... emissions valve on the engine. Then we continued on the the RV dealer to have the hubcap replaced. They charged us $250 for having to express ship it even though it was their fault. We decided to stay in Sarasota and leave this morning instead. While waiting for the RV to be worked on, these Sandhill cranes came by for a ...

          Day 20 - Mermaids

          A travel blog entry by southtoalaska on Jul 02, 2015

          11 photos

          For those who aren't familiar, Weeki Wachee is classic 'old Florida’ attraction. Established long before the age of the mouse, it was started by a Navy frogman who had the idea to build an auditorium, partially sink it into the spring at Weeki Wachee, and stage mermaid shows for tourists. The spring is known for its crystal clear waters. The mermaids free dive, are underwater for ...

          Day 9 - We found manatees

          A travel blog entry by thefarmer3 on Mar 14, 2015

          12 photos

          ... fell in a few times, at least one of which I thought was on purpose. After lunch on the boat, we repositioned ourselves closer to the middle of the bay and took off in search of Three Sisters Spring. As we head into a neighborhood canal, the water became much clearer. The canal was pretty bust with boats, kayaks and one or two other paddle boarders. We paddled all the way to the end of that canal and it became more of a ...

          Manatee day

          A travel blog entry by kathfitzp on Jan 01, 2015

          7 photos

          ... millions of instructions about what not to do. The manatee sanctuary was just 15 minutes away by slow chuggy boat. Surprisingly, their space is on a man-made canal with lots of houses across the way. There were about half a dozen tourist operators there, plus kayakers and about 30-40 people bobbing about in the river. Most of the manatees were in a roped off area where we couldn't go but ...