Posted from Orlando TT near Clermont, FL
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We stayed in Cedar Key, FL for a week, but there are so many things to do and see that we'll make a return trip someday. That's one of the really great things about the fulltime lifestyle. If you see something you like, you can always re-visit.
As the docent at the Cedar Key Historical Museum told us, Cedar Key really is some a place that you have to want to visit as there is only 1 road in and out, and there isn't a whole lot at the end of that road other than Cedar Key.
Island Hotel on 2nd Street was established in 1859 and still operates today. (Notice that it opened just prior to the completion of the cross-state railroad line.)
Cedar Key Historical Society Museum on the corner of 2nd Street and D Street. The entrance fee is only $3 per person and the exhibits do a nice job of showing the evolution of the area.
It would be well worth a visit to the museum if you travel to Cedar Key.
You can view many more pictures of Cedar Key not included in this blog post by going to my Google+ Album.
Thanks for dropping by to take a look!