Pirates Cove Bayside Cottages

Address: 13633 State Rd 24, Cedar Key, Florida, 32625, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 13633 State Rd 24, Cedar Key.
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        Travel Blogs from Cedar Key

        Manatee Springs

        A travel blog entry by nbarber on Aug 25, 2015

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        We drove straight here after Dali museum. It is incredibly beautiful here. We had a walk along a trial and too look at the Spring and River. So quiet - wood peckers, squirrels knawing their nuts, a little deer walking around, birds chirping :-) 9.20pm: So dark and sooooo noisy! Can't believe how loud the bugs are. Jonathan seemed a bit stressed about by the bugs and didn't want to cook as they ...

        Arriving in Cedar Key

        A travel blog entry by gauke on Jan 16, 2015

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        ... noticed that someone was building a fire so we walked over and he invited us to the potluck dinner and country music tonight in the meeting room. He said residents just got together and played and sang. Sounds like fun.

        We came on back to the RV (we forgot to watch the sunset :( and I began to investigate Passport campgrounds in the St. Augustine area on the off chance we go back there. Jerry read for a while and then went to sleep. ...

        Cedar Key, Florida

        A travel blog entry by tsusm70 on Jan 15, 2015

        ... is about 30 miles away. A general store is here, so sure we will not starve. The drive from Gainsville was interesting in that it is a straight road for some fifty miles with lots of pine trees and swamps. Just two towns between here and there. The park is just 1 mile from town and we hope to use our bikes alot. Very flat here. Seafood is the buy here. Pictures to follow once the rain has stopped. On the Road, ...


        A travel blog entry by danbren on Dec 02, 2013

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        We spent a relaxing time with Gary and Laurie in Statesboro for Thanksgiving, leaving the Saturday after for a look-see and chance to sail at Cedar Keys on the west coast near Gainsville. This is a lovely area, still rather rustic and low key. I expect things will start to get more "developed" as we pass by Tampa on our way to our next stop, Gasparilla Island, above the more famous, and touristy, Sanibel Island. On the way down we stopped by the Homossasa Springs Wildlife Park, ...

        Swimming / Snorkeling with the manatees!

        A travel blog entry by thetravelwench on Jun 13, 2012

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        ... s fins! They would swim right up in front of our faces, inches away. They are very curious and playful. A few were over by the boat playing with the anchor rope. They would go under the boat from one side to the other.

        We took pictures and hung out with them for a while. It was really a unique experience, and I can’t wait to do it again. I would like to try it in the winter when the visibility would be better, and there would be more ...

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