Authors of Key West Guesthouse
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... wet suites. Then we decided to rent a see doo... So at 10:00am we put on wet suites and headed out for a 27 mile ride around the Key West and neighbouring keys... with a guide. It was a beautifully calm, sunny and warm day - perfect for being out on the water. The water was glass calm!! Had a great ride - I got to drive :) Afterwards we sat at the pool for about an hour. After enjoying lunch on our patio again, we jumped back on the trolley tour to take us back downtown. We looked ...
... couple of drinks in the bar listening to some musicians, then had a late dinner. We had to pack that night and leave our bags outside the cabin for collection.
Justin was still exhausted and sore, and the rash had started to spread on his body, but the swelling was still going down. My legs were still raw, so I had to wear long pants still to protect them. What a pair we are!
... but as was explained the artifacts are still being restored. and their value is being determined. The second floor contained an exhibit on slavery in this part of the state and an exhibit of Harry Potter sorcery (an unusual subject I thought). We took a quick peak in the gift shop then headed out to Mallory Square.
Mallory Square and the adjacent dock were filled with tourists. There was a huge Carnival cruise ship in port and ...
... because, well, they get to see well exercised women in bikinis running around on a ship all day. With only 4 couples, this ship was 1/3 full. Wendy told us this would be a “Private Charter” style adventure.
The “First Mate”, or whatever you should call the other person on the ship was Amelia. She had studied ballet dancing at the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet in Carlisle, PA. It is recognized ...
... would earn $1 a day. Tift built the house in which Ernest Hemingway would eventually live. He owned most of Mallory Square from where he ran his salvage company. His biggest single prize was the merchant vessel Isaac Allerton, which sunk on the night of August 28, 1856, in 30 feet of water 15 miles from Key West, after running into a reef during a hurricane. Because it was in such deep water, the divers couldn't retrieve all the cargo. ...