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... Glazed Donuts. Guess what they serve? Right! Glazed donuts and drinks only. Homemade donuts. The girl was making some as we came in. Sandy, half a dozen donut holes. Me, apple/almond fritter. Both good choices.
Walked back to our hotel and about time for Sandy's spa. God bless our daughter Laura...she called ahead and paid for a spa treatment for Sandy. Now that's a good daughter. And I headed out to play ...
... phones kept swallowing Joanne's coins without making a connection. The shuttle driver, Ben (pronounced Bain), finally showed up. He had to confirm permission to take another three on board. There was heaps of room, so all good, but we had to pay cash on reaching the destination. Miami to Key West is 155 miles ( about 250km). You have to drive through all the other Florida Keys to get there, including Key Largo made famous by ...
... assembling at Mallory Square for the sunset. There are jugglers, musicians, fortune tellers, craftsmen- you name it , set up to entertain you while you secure your spot for the sunset. We got a great spot and I was NOT moving for anything! God have mercy on anyone who tried to stand in front of me! There are many boats that offer sunset cruises and they all seem to vie for the best ...
After a fantastic morning in the Everglades we continued south towards the Keys and Key West. It took us 2 and a half hours to reach Key West. I just loved the drive along US1. Fascinating and amazing how they were able to link the islands together. Rich had done the trip before but still enjoyed the drive. When we were nearing Key West the heavens opened for a downpour. We then drove around the island before finally finding the Old town. We parked ...
... and tired of walking at that point, so we just photobombed some other people and took a picture from the curb. At least we can say we have been the closest we are allowed to Cuba, 90 miles away.
From there we decided we would head back to our room to cool off. Of course we had to walk down Duval St., so a stop at Willie T's was in order for some cold drinks.
Keeping with our ...