|The Island Post at Cedar Key, FL|
If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle, Cedar Key is perfect. You probably won't get phone reception and most of Cedar Key does not have wireless internet. I took my mother for the weekend for her birthday.
|Beach Front is the blue building on the|
top right corner of this picture.
The room rates are affordable and the pool is very refreshing in the Florida heat. Plus, being on the corner of the island, made the motel extremely quiet.
What is the first thing every woman wants to do when she gets out of town? Go shopping! At the Dilly Dally Gally, we found all kinds of fun souvenirs for ourselves and our family.
|Tropical scarf from Dilly Dally Gally|
|Clam Rockefeller from The Island Room|
To continue our clam experience, we tried the Clam Chowder. Both dishes were delightful and highly recommended. Click here to view The Island Room menu.
|Clam Chowder from The Island Room|
After a peaceful night of rest, we woke up refreshed and ready for breakfast. There is not a McDonald's within a twenty mile radius. Instead I found a homemade donut spot called Holey Moley. The coffee was fresh and the donuts were to die for!
|Reese's Peanut Butter donut from Holey Moley|
As you are viewing the island from the sky, he will tell you all of the fun facts about Cedar Key. Make sure you get to the airport early. It is first come, first serve with no reservations. Click here to check out Marvin's website.
|Aerial view from the Cessna|
|Blue Crab Quiche with Kona Joe's|
I couldn't resist trying their own hot sauce. It was so good, I had to buy a bottle!
Since it was a girl's trip, we didn't go fishing. On our way out of town, we stopped by Robinson Seafood to pick up Fresh from Florida approved seafood.
|Robinson Seafood market|
Without a doubt, Cedar Key is a perfect getaway for a family vacation, an anniversary getaway, or even a fishing trip!
To view more photos from our trip click here.