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... Our room was a little shack on the property, it it was in an great location and just a ten minute walk to the centre of the action.
We took off for a walk to stretch our legs after the long drive, taking the long walk through the narrow streets near our hotel. We soon found the historic Cemetary, but it was closed, so we could not find the epitaphs that we had heard about - 'I told you I was sick!' And the tribute to a philandering husband, 'At least I know ...
... with the outdoor gas heaters - it was perfect for a chilly evening. Afterwards we strolled in and out of shops/ galleries ( boy there are many galleries here and quite high end too) and stopped in bars along the way to listen to music. We took the hotel shuttle home. (Cooler and windy today) DAY 4: Rick went for an early ride again. I got ready and read in the warmth of the sun again. We wanted to go snorkelling but thought the water might be too cold to be out in it for 4 hours - ...
... cooking tea and I was craving veggies like crazy. So we cooked chicken pieces and a massive pot of steamed/ fried veggies. It hit the spot but makes me miss my home cooked meals. After tea I got to chat with chan on the phone and then met up with the rest of the group who were having a few drinks and playing pool. It was a pretty chilled night and when I went to be it was still like 24 degrees so a lovely change from the previous ...
... civil war fort, a couple of beaches which weren't that impressive & back down Duval St. We were too busy eating & drinking & just missed sunset at Mallory Square which apparently is a bit of a tradition. We got there just after, & it was still full of street performers & stalls. Any way tomorrow's plan is to meander back up the keys to Miami for 1 night for the basketball. . . . . Oh, I nearly forgot, KEY LIME PIE, ...
... interestingly dressed characters along the way which were indicative of how the Fest will evolve over the next ten days.
At the harbour end of Duval Street are plenty of water sports, boat tours and eateries that make the most of the daily sunsets over the water. Tomorrow we hope to take an Old Trolley tour of the area so will come back to the harbour area to explore it some more.
After our long walk we ...