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After a final walk around Key West to some of the famous tourist spots - Hemingway's house, end of Hwy A1A, and a picture at the Southern Most point in the continental US (just 90 miles to Cuba), we hit the road north. A stop at Biscayne Bay NP was a nice stop, and again we seemed to have the park to ourselves. Most of this park is also underwater, but we saw a few videos at the visitors center, and walked along a few of the boardwalks. We saw a ...
Today the car didn't leave the hotel parking lot! We found a nice hotel - The Southernmost Hotel - located at the end of Duvall and South Street. We decided to walk the 1.8 miles through town to get to the marina where the Yankee Freedom was waiting to take us the 70 miles to the most isolated National Park - Fort Jefferson within the Dry Tortugas NP. The boat ride was a little rough, but the $1 Dramamine they sold before the rise made it almost pleasant. ...
Florida, the Everglades, and Key West! It was an excellent day and it was almost surreal finally reaching Key West after all these days of driving and wonderful sights. First the Everglades. Not a swamp, but a very wide, slow moving river. Dropping about 14 feet over several 100 miles. It is the only place where both crocodiles and alligators live in the same environment. ...
... had to drop on the other side. Tricia, on the other hand, can hit that far so she teed up and let her rip. Not only did she carry the trash, she landed in the middle of the fairway - 172 yards - you go girl..... We got in our cart and drove toward her ball only to discover that the couple in front of us were still standing at the edge of the trash. OOPS - That means Tricia hit her ball over their heads. Not good. We apologized and told them ...
... it was not cheap to eat there these days. We weren't hungry yet anyways, so we continued down toward the waterway. There is a street that runs along the river aptly named River Street that is lined with trinket shops, kiosks and restaurants. There were two tall ships and two paddle wheelers docked along the river as well. The tall ships were open for tour at a cost and the paddle wheeler advertised that it would be taking folks on ...