Speakeasy Inn and Rum Bar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place, tonight was a tiny place on the other end of Duval St. Called, "Duetto's Pizza & Gelato," the pizza was even better than the fancy place! Of course, after a couple of pizzas and a beer, I picked up a piece of key lime pie on the way back! I'm coming home a fatty! I will be heading out of Key West tomorrow, heading up the coast to my family's home in Vero Beach. I really enjoyed my time here in Key West and am very happy I made the trek down ...
... you don't want people to go to, stop at, hang out, be at, etc. The guy at a gas station said the Panthers aren't usually active until after dark, but the Gators are unpredictable. Personally I think that if you travel this road at night, you are forfeiting your position on the top of the food chain; landing up somewhere between the dumpster behind a Hardee's and a bucket of shark chum. If you get eaten, it was kinda yer fault.
I then ...
... to meet with US Immigration. It's a quick meeting with a pleasant young lady (Canada Customs could take a lesson here), and we're on our way. Our island tour is in "trolley" which is really a bus that has been given a cosmetic treatment to resemble a trolley car. No matter, Our driver loads us aboard and we're off! The island is tiny - 2 miles by 4 miles, with a maximum elevation of 17' above sea level. Prior to the ...
We can't believe it, after days of saying that "we can't believe we're going to Key West" we are finally here! We started out our day cheating a little with the roads by taking highways through Miami instead of route 1. We figured for the sake of time we should try to get out of the city as quickly as possible so we could spend more time in Key West. We were only on 95 for a couple of exits so we didn't feel too ...
... African children and was promptly seated and served. I had a beautiful ham and cheese omelette washed down with a cup of Joe and freshly squeezed OJ (orange juice, not Simpson). Feeling alive once more, I reset my bearings and headed one street over to the Southernmost Point Marker. There was a queue of people waiting to take pics so being the sheep-following tourist, I did the same. A couple of hard looking older lesbians did me the honour of snapping a pic. There is quite a ...