Speakeasy Inn and Rum Bar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 997 SB, to be forever known as garden store road. The road was bracketed on both sides by garden stores, decorative rock quarries, tree farms etc. Naturally the traffic consisted of 'slow moving bargain hunters' prone to sudden stops, turns without signaling and aborted turn offs, teeth gritting traffic.
Finally after a very long time we got to the actual Florida Keys highway, Old Number 1. As I was driving through Key Largo on a one ...
... it the biggest and wealthiest city in Florida and also the richest town per capita in the US. The houses had a rooftop platform which is called the Widow's Walk or Widow's Watch. When a shipwreck happened, the men would go out to sea to try and salvage as much as they could and the women would walk and watch anxiously awaiting the return of their husbands. Most often, they never came back and if they did, they usually brought fine furniture ...
... and run by Italians and had some delicious gelato as well on the way out.
Friday: The plan was to get the 10am Jetski tour but we slept in and then headed Hurricane Hole Marina for lunch before the 2:30 tour. We had some good eats outside but as time went on the heat was slowly getting to us. Also I was a little anxious about doing it at all imagining me falling off my waverunner while the rest of the ...
... He took us back to the main strip near our place and back through the traffic what was about a 15minutes drive took well over and hour- bet he was regretting his kindness now!!! During the drive his wife called at least 4 times she was angry he picked up strays and asking where he was and checking up saying 'be careful, you don't know who these people are' he was laughing saying we were his friends!! There are two islands in Miami where all the stars have their houses. There ...
... The look and feel of the neighborhood made us feel that we were residents of this quaint and wonderful destination.
Parking could have been a challenge since the cottages do not have reserved spaces. However, the proprietor kindly reserved us a spot with his vehicle and after parking, we did not find a need to drive anywhere during our trip. We walked everywhere which helped work off the great meals we enjoyed. So ...