Speakeasy Inn and Rum Bar

Address: 1117 Duval Street, Key West, Florida Keys, Florida, 33040, United States | Inn
 
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    Travel Blogs from Key West

    Spent half day at the ER of Lower Keys Medical Ctr

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Mar 06, 2015

    ... go back today ..... Finally the results came back. The only result they told me was that the ultrasound found that one side of my neck blood vessels showed mild plague, the other side showed mild to medium plague. They did not tell me anything else. But Dr. Hererra contacted my neurologist Dr. Dudich. I also spoke with her. She did not think I had a stroke or TIA and said I could continue on the cruise. I was very glad! So Dr. Hererra released me and signed the ...

    Road tripping down the Keys

    A travel blog entry by reids on Sep 30, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... trip.

    The next morning we checked out of the guest house with a few hours to burn before our flight back. Feeling like we had maybe been a little too healthy the last few days, we went to a proper American burger joint named Jonny Rockets. After the heat of the day I had a chocolate milkshake and Nikki had a coke float with our burgers. It seemed like a good way to end off our trip down the keys and get ready for our next trip to New Orleans. ...

    Day 4: Yankee Freedom, The Camera Guy, and a Fort

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 04, 2014

    6 photos

    ... alone on these adventures, I have been able to identify other loners in group activities. This morning, I spotted a guy with a huge backpack featuring a large tripod strapped to the front of it. As we rode the boat back and forth, he snapped away on his Canon 5D Mark III, using several lenses, including a monster 400 lens that's usually reserved for wildlife photographers. The one thing that stuck out to me, besides my incredibly nerdy ability ...

    Key South

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Feb 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and stamps from my travels, is fat and tattered and usually prompts a second look from Border Patrol officials.

    I’ve no special plan in Key South other than bringing my laptop and catching up on the world via some free Wi-Fi. That turns out to be more difficult than you might imagine. Bar after Bar has no Wi-Fi. Ready to give up, I see VinoS Wine Shop and Bar at 810 Duval, a lovely little wine bar. Inside, I see a bottle of B-Side, ...

    Florida Keys

    A travel blog entry by lucie_and_ian on Aug 17, 2013

    3 photos

    ... exertion coming from parasailing. This was part of a day of activities on a do-it-all cruise that we booked, however as often seems the case with us, the weather had different ideas and a huge storm meant it was unsafe for swimming so we had to return to the hotel without the jet-skiing, snorkelling or kayaking we had planned. The rest of the time we spent relaxing by the pool or on the fairly small beach, where I got horribly burnt on our last ...