The Gulf Side Motel

Address: 552 1st Street, Cedar Key, Florida, 32625, United States | Motel
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      Stricter Rules As Manatee Numbers Rise

      A travel blog entry by riverventuresfl on Feb 12, 2015

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      More than 700 manatees swim in the warm water springs throughout Crystal River, a record-breaking population in Citrus County. With about 5,000 manatees living in the wild, Crystal River ...

      Seekühe / Manatees

      A travel blog entry by diekleine on Dec 27, 2014

      12 photos

      ... man an den Angelstegen Delfine sehen, also machten wir hier einen Zwischenstopp. Der Steg war tatsächlich voll mit Anglern, doch nicht mit dieser typischen Art Angler wie man sie bei uns kennt. Hier ist Angeln anscheinend ein angesagter Nationalsport, den man auch als cooler Hiphop-Typ betreiben kann. Natürlich sahen wir wieder einmal keine Delfine. Das Eintrittsgeld, um hierher zu kommen, hatten wir also umsonst gezahlt. Übrigens, wo wir gerade von verschenktem Geld sprechen: ...

      Finally cedar key

      A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow on Nov 24, 2013

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... places and two art studios. one of them has a pottery studio in the back, I didn't discover it till two days before we left so I was not able to use it. but..... like Jekyll island this is a place I could stay at for a few months. many people from the north do winter here. as far as i'm concerned,cedar key is quintessential charming. the last day we were here we took a boat trip to some of the islands around. it was a fogg day but started to clear up ...

      Manatee Spring Adventure

      A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Apr 03, 2012

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... as Gabe started taking pictures - which turned out really awesome. We returned the canoe, and headed back to the campsite to heat up our left overs from the Pickled Pelican. That night we opened up the wine we bought at the winery and decided to take a walk down to the spring to see if we could see the fireflies over the water. I call it the "walk of terror". If you don't know me, I am super freaked out in the dark, so this walk was a little scary for me since we had ...

      The Gentle Giants

      A travel blog entry by atlpilot36 on Jan 29, 2010

      9 photos

      ... pound beasts are called. They mostly glide slowly along underwater only surfacing every so often for a drink of air. Unlike the alligators from the Okefenokee still causing me to thank God I made it out alive, these manatees are not aggresive. We even floated over many of them all the while trying not to disturb them with our paddles. Every time one of the gentle giants would glide under Becky's kayak, she would tense up and scream like a little girl. ...