Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel
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... we’ve both been in a while. You feel like you’re cooking if you walk any distance. It’s also known as the southern most city and so there’s a comical competition for all the hotels/guest houses/churches to claim that they are the southern most version. Then you get the newer hotels who missed out on calling themselves the "southern most hotel" so they call themselves the “southern most hotel too”. I ...
I start today's update with a progress report. For those that have followed my journey from the beginning, you might remember how I wrote about the decision not to bring my camera gear on this trip. The idea was that I wanted to concentrate more on the moment, and enjoy the moment for myself instead of the photograph. Well, all that was confirmed today, but let me start from the beginning. I started out early this morning, walking over to the Marina ...
... helped as he was already not feeling any. The owner shuffled in and was greeted by all. The cat man mentioned to her that he had a new video to show her and she replied, “I only have the one video and its porn.” Adele and Corinne Baily Rae play on the music system and all is well in Key West. Next up is Etta James, singing Megan’s song: “Someone To Watch Over Me”. I don’t cry when Etta sings it; when it is Megan ...
... lot we saw a flock of vultures. They eat rubber on cars! Then we left and headed back to our hotel. On the way back we saw a barred owl. We decided we had some time to go for a walk on a trail, the Anhinga Trail. While we were walking we spotted two 4-inch grasshoppers mating. My mom decided to have the talk about "the birds and the bees." Yuck! Then we ...
... pirate and wench statues that you run into as per yesterday's photos. Now, I haven't researched the history but I am wondering if the close proximity of Key West to the Caribbean may have something to do with it. In fact, if I'm not mistaken, prior to them relocating to Somalia, pirates operated primarily in the Caribbean. 3. Key Lime Pie - world famous apparently and a dessert on every restaurant menu in town. Another 'when in Rome' moment. I got me a slice of Key Lime ...