Authors of Key West Guesthouse
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... as was Fantasy Fest. Definitely something everyone should experience at least once or twice. The month of December was awesome here. We cut down our own palm tree and decorated it for Christmas. We have 15 foot ceilings and it was just sensational. A good friend of mine and her husband came down to visit just before Christmas and helped decorate. I found a third roommate on craigslist. A great guy Steve from Wisconsin, if you can put up with the accent "don't cha nol" ...
... off tour, so I bought one for $29. I don't know whether the sun has weathered me, but I was a bit taken aback when he asked me if I wanted 'Seniors' price or 'Adult' price. He can't have been more than 24, so I put it down to everyone looking old to someone of that age. It was daylight by the time we left Fort Myers, but we were engulfed by low cloud and a heavy mist, so visibility was very poor. Three hours into our journey at around 11.30am the first ...
... pass with oncoming vehicles, etc.
The Beather helped us set up camp and we went to a restaurant close to the park for pizza. Of course that was after a beer so we were quite relaxed by the time dinner came...I'll let Becki and Heather tell you about the mischief they got up to afterwards. ...
... a taxi.
We ended up at they Keywest Harbor in and checked in quickly changed into some shorts. We then hit the streets and ended up at the famous Schooner Wharf Bar and then to BO's Fish trick for lunch. We met a lady named Donna who turned us on to some sunset cruises. A quick phone call to our friend Scott confirmed we need to book the Hindu for our sunset cruise.
We soon found the ...
... sites. Our assigned site was more suitable for a tent without the view and was the smallest we had ever parked in. Still in basic hand signaling training the "directional positioning" challenge was well above Mary’s pay grade. A quick call to the office for a maintenance man to provide some experienced hand signals required for parking and a handy saw man to cut palm fronds from ...