Key West Bayside Inn & Suites
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- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Key West
... steady, maybe because of the left leg. We walked the street and poked into a few shops, then took the tram and came back to the ship around 4. I went to the medical center to deliver the release form, but it was closed until 6.
We came back to the room and I rested for the next couple of hours. At 6pm, we met everyone on the 5th floor to discuss dinner reservation matters. Bob and i then went to the medical center again to deliver the form. Doctor saw me ...
... over to a new one. Our new bus, while functioning well had no air con. And when its 35 degrees and 4000% humidity, no air conditioning makes for 52 severely sweaty ****** off passengers.
We all spent the next 3 hours absolutely dying. I saw 6 guys with their shirts off, 3 girls in bikinis, and just about everyone shed a layer of some sort. This heat put everyone in a ****** mood and all of the cool **** we were driving past, no ...
... the different Keys, I arrived at Key West about three and a half hours after I left the Everglades and noticed something very apparent. While most of the Keys are just small houses and boutique shops, Key West is a full city. Complete with homeless people, car dealerships, and even a Benihana. That's right, halfway across the world, and Japanese food is alive and well in Key West! I made my way to the hotel, checked in, and checked Yelp for a ...
... helped as he was already not feeling any. The owner shuffled in and was greeted by all. The cat man mentioned to her that he had a new video to show her and she replied, “I only have the one video and its porn.” Adele and Corinne Baily Rae play on the music system and all is well in Key West. Next up is Etta James, singing Megan’s song: “Someone To Watch Over Me”. I don’t cry when Etta sings it; when it is Megan ...
... This roadblock portrayed Keys residents as non-U.S. citizens who had to prove their citizenship in order to drive onto the Florida mainland. So they protested and carried on but it was all a bit of a laugh by the sounds. It remains an effective tourist gimmick still to this day. They celebrate their Independence every year with a week long celebration and it just so happens that is this week. They also have their own flag that often sits on flag poles at houses and ...