Pegasus International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we are heading west to the land of Jimmy Buffett and margaritas. The day started with thunder and lightning. As we headed west we came across lots of rain and wind but by the time we made it to Key West it was down to a mist. We scored a nicemetered parking spot in front of the Truman Summer White House. They predicted a 60% chance of rain for the day but we decided to take our chances. The weather turned out to be fine. It was ...
... all day... but we have other places to see.
If you go to Key West, check with the front desk of your hotel and see if they have the coupons that we found at ours. they all have 2 for 1 deals on things... we stuck with the 2 for 1 drink specials! haha!
The last stop of the day is the World of Beer... its a newer place just of the main street and as we walk in it is rather empty... Steph our bartender sets us up with a few samples ...
Larry and Penny Thompson Campground This is a nice campground close to Miami. For a stopover on the way to the Keys, I would stay at the Nat'l Park the next time. Still want to see that. No wifi We stayed at a campground across from the St. Augustine Outlet shopping. This was perfect to get a little ...
... and there was nothing to see except strip malls and big box stores. Naturally, we will be taking the Turnpike when we head back to Miami.
The keys and the oversea highway are gorgeous. We were looking forward to getting to Key Largo, and stopping for lunch. Found a place calledl the Fish House and went in. This was a great, funky place. It was decorated with Florida themed mini lights, fishing nets, nautical memorabilia, ...
... s. One day over 15 years ago, a Tarpon, named Scarface, showed up at the dock with the side of its face all torn up. The marina owners actually called a vet and the vet stitched him up. He was fed by hand and after 6 months, was healed and released back into the water by the deck. He would frequent the dock and sometimes bring a friend. Soon it was a party. You can go and feed them. We just watched others. Some of them are huge and the ...