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Hi! Piper again! On the Key West Tour, we went to the Hemmingway House. Ernest Hemmingway is a famous author, but his house was also home to 6 - toed cats!
You can see the cats in the Photos.
Most of the cats were nice and fluffy, however one was pure evil. It let me pet it, luring me into a false sense of security, then scratched me with all six claws very hard. All in all though, the trip was very ...
... about the sinking of the Maine and the building of the railroad across the keys, sampled the bevies and the sandwich at Sloppy Joes, Hemingway's buddy's place, and ate great pie. Shortly we're off to dinner and then, sadly we'll need to start packing up. Heading out tomorrow and catching the car train in Miami for the start of the journey home but, since Barb is straight to home, he and I might have one more Florida adventure ...
... This was more of the type of place we wanted to try while traveling the US. It had a definite small town diner feel and the food was really well made and fresh. Since we were really well behaved with having oatmeal and fruit to start, we decided to treat ourselves by having one of their key lime pie muffins to share. Our first of many key lime pies on the Florida Keys trip and most probably the best one.
Our next stop was ...
... of sophistication becomes obvious, eh?
Before we can disembark from Pearl at Key West, we must clear a mandatory inspection conducted by the U.S. Customs & Border Protection folks. I wonder if Oklahoma Eric from my last cruise will be supervising. No, of course not, but I think of him and Martha fondly anyway.
Because we are returning to the United States from visiting Mexico, we must present our passports and undergo ...
... that there was a cancellation so we wouldn't have to move again - the spot was ours for the next three nights. This is sweet news when you thought you'd be packing up and moving daily. We finally headed to check out Key West, and stopped at The Porch. Our friend Dustin, who lived in the Keys for a while, had recommended it so when we stumbled upon it our decision was easy. It's a craft beer and wine bar in a historic mansion downtown Key West. We ...