Looe Key Reef Resort

Mile Marker 27.5 Overseas Highway, Ramrod Key, Florida Keys, Florida, 33042, United States | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on Mile Marker 27.5 Overseas Highway, Ramrod Key, is near National Key Deer Refuge, Blue Hole, Glass Bottom Boat Discovery Tour, and Skydive Key West.
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    Travel Blogs from Ramrod Key

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

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 04, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the Yankee Freedom III. It's a beautiful catamaran boat that travels daily from Key West to the Dry Tortugas, a National Park at the end of the Keys. The Dry Tortugas (named for its lack of fresh water and the word for turtle in Spanish) is also home to Ft. Jefferson, one of the largest forts in the union military. Nowadays, the fort is the home base for the National Park Service and hosts year round tours and snorkeling. Unfortunately, today ...

    Day 3: Cubans, Alligators, and Key Lime Pie!

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... hand rolls their own cigars. Count me in! The people looked at me like I was an alien, but I walked out with some cigars and a smile on my face. Mission accomplished! I tried to make airboat reservations before I left my hotel, but it was too late for same day reservations. Instead, I found Shark Valley, a National Park center that had a pretty cool observation deck overlooking the Everglades. I had the option of waiting an hour for the tram ...

    Why would you eat a dolphin?

    A travel blog entry by pjjones on Aug 21, 2014

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... it was rebranded as a tourist town, Key West was a place where salvage hunters and pirates hung out. We were told that the first person to reach a shipwreck was legally awarded 50% of the cargo and because of that Key West was once one of the wealthiest towns in USA. Every household is also rumoured to have a set of monogrammed cutlery, though it was not usually monogrammed with their initials. We were not convinced that ...

    Fort Lauderdale to the Keys

    A travel blog entry by davenwend on Aug 02, 2014

    30 photos

    ... croissant and Wendy had yoghurt with trail mix and a thing of fruit. We checked out smoothly and jumped in the car expecting roughly a three hour drive to the Keys. It was more like 5, but so cool. Firstly we got to stop at our first Walmart, they are about the size of 3-4 bunnings and have everything from the fresh produce and deli offers of a supermarket right through to actual real guns. We spent an hour looking around there and had a moment of panic at the ...

    KEY WEST EXPRESS / KEY WEST

    A travel blog entry by jdboy on Apr 24, 2013

    23 photos

    ... to the hotel later in the evening. Where the feck was he earlier ! Yet again, I had forgotten to have dinner so when the kiwi taxi driver picked me up in the wee hours, I talked him into going through a drive-thru fried chicken joint and got me a late night feed, before he dropped me back at my hotel. I pretty much inhaled my 2 bits of chicken and chips, guzzled a bottle of water and crashed out within seconds of finishing it. Over and out ...