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... shooting them first! However perhaps best of all was Ernest Hemingway's house - filled with 60 cats, all terribly well looked after. Some of them have six toes! Of course we ate and drank our way through the town - margaritas, beers, Key Lime Pie, Ceviches - the lot.
Sunset at Mallory Square is the highlight of the day and we shared our fabulous pizza from Duettos on Greene St (check Trip Advisor, it was fabulous) with a guy who said he had ...
... the "Floridian" Hotel and it was very nice. Full breakfast included in the price, comfortable bed and a saving of around $160. Thankyou very much.
Rested, refreshed and having partaken of a good breakfast, we set out north towards Miami for our return leg.
Miami seems to stretch forever. The traffic is of course as you would expect it to be in a large American City. The road system handled it without ...
When you are on a cruise there are days at sea that was this day for us. We were up early and off the dock at 6:35 to fuel up, the fuel dock was only 10 minutes away at Conch harbor so easy first step. It was really cool to start the trip early we got to see the sun rising and the cockpit lights were on so looking very bright red up there (see picture). Ian, Kim and David decided to spend most of the day downstairs as the day was ...
... with water on either side most of the way. In reality the Keys are an archipelago of coral structures with very few stretches of open water. With the exception of Seven Mile Bridge, and a lot of shorter bridges, most of the drive is on land. Pretty disappointing actually!
I get to KW about 1730 to find the office to my motel closed, they work 8AM - 5PM. A note taped to the window says I would have got an email with ...
... to Key West.
We had decided to book into Boyd's Campground because it was 10 miles closer to Key West than the next closest campground. Pulling into the campground, the review we had received from a neighboring camper in Key Largo was confirmed. A large number of campsites were packed into a small space with some having great views of the water. If you were camping in a tent you had ...