Rose Lane Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... so I had an open mind. The girls gave me a few details about it all but it was an experience. The house was so quirkily decorated but it all worked so well, the sculptures and paintings were gorgeous. There were cats everywhere. My idea of heaven. Haha only joking because the cats were creepy, they had six toes. They looked so evil and weird. It was like they were wearing mittens. Following hemingways house. We headed to the beach. Unfortunately we got lost and my ankles ...
... to Cuba. The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum is home to about 40-50 polydactyl (six-toed) cats. He was given a white six-toed cat by a sea captain and most of the cats are descendants of that original cat. Hemingway named all of his cats after famous people and they have continued the tradition. The cats have the run of the house and the yard. After our tour of house we went to the Six-Toed Cat Cafe for breakfast. ...
We arrived at Key West early, checked into our hotel. We walked into town via the coast, took a picture at the southern most tip of America. Enjoyed Duval street which is the main street here in Key West, lots of souvenir shops, cafe, restaurants and pubs. It is about 1 & 1/2 miles from one ...
... In the evening we headed to Mallory Square for the sunset festival...as did most of the island. I've never seen so many people stood staring at the sun for so long. I got some great photos though. We went for a few drinks at a bar called Caroline's, where you could sit and watch the world pass by. I love to do this, especially in somewhere like Key West. Ken and Jerry from our hotel then happened to walk past and asked if we wanted to join them in the Garden of Eden club..they ...
... ready to check out. Things went smoothly, including lugging my 40+ pound bag down the circular staircase, until I went to check out. Somewhere between the room, the car and the office, I had dropped one of the room keys. I went back and looked, and, of course, I didn't find it. The lady in the office told me there was a $25 charge for replacing a lost key. Yikes! Dan went back to look for the key and, naturally, he found it in my purse where I had dropped ...