Sugarloaf Key / Key West KOA
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... tour starting in 15 minutes, and we were the only ones there. The guided tour was very informative and interesting. The hospital is the only state-certified veterinary hospital in the world for sea turtles. They have completely equipped operating and x-ray rooms and several tanks that the turtles can be placed in awaiting treatment or recovery. The mission of the not for profit charity is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release different species and ...
... sandwiches" which were huge. Sarah's salad was enormous. We sampled some Key Lime Pie; I thought it was great. Joanne thought it was too sweet. We then took a stroll through Mallory square again before hopping a cab to grab our bags and head tot the airport. It was 5.30 by the time we hit the airport. We had time to cool down in the air con, before getting changed. It was going to be much cooler in Chicago. We checked in, cleared security, then waited in the departure lounge. ...
... other Australian treats. There were photos on the wall of Emma for her "unbirthday"; these were secretly arranged by Tuffy with the cooperation of Sass. There was a happy birthday sung to Sarah whose birthday it actually was. There were many drunken conversations between myself and Tuffy who reminds me so much of Bill Sphar; Dan's brother from Ohio. Tuffy originally hails from Wisconsin, a Packers fan. GREAT NIGHT!... Lots of ...
... But we did end up driving all the way with a couple of short stops along the way to take some pics and check out what the people fishing off the bridges were catching.
Have attached some pics from the drive to Key West and our stops.
We made it to Key West and drove to where South 1 highway could go no more! The southernmost point in Continental USA - according to the monument there, Cuba is 90 miles away. See attached pic.
From here ...
... We walked here from our hotel and from the outside, it looks like a total dive. There is limited seating and a reservation is an absolute must. Anyway! We had a reservation for 6:30 PM, but got here right when it opened at 5PM. They were able to squeeze us in, thankfully, because we were starved! We had eaten a very early lunch at Mallory Square, which consisted of some bread and spread.
We ordered a glass of Riesling ...