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Now enjoying some shrimp at was formally 'Sea Jays' now called '684' restaurant at the base of the bridge leading onto the island. Under new ownership.


Got pixs but can't seem to resize 'em for this forum somehow...
 

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It's worth it to take the tour of the millionaires "cottages" if they're still doing it.
Went into the millionaires chapel once, and when I turned around to leave I noticed the large stained glass window in the rear wall was signed.
By who? L.Tiffany.
 

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Be sure to also check out Cumberland Island and the City of Fernandina Beach. Use Fernandina Beach as a supply port to hang out on the uninhabited Cumberland Island for a while. Lots of beautiful beach to have all to yourself.

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Should be on everyone's NOT TO BE MISSED list.
The dunes there are simply incredible.
Greyfield Inn is great 'day tour' from Fernandina.

If you have them aboard, take your bicycles to shore, although if you take the Greyfield tour, bicycles are included.
 
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