Santa Maria Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... afternoon I went for a walk to look for the former home of Ernest Hemingway, and the bar he used to frequent. Many of his works were based on people he met at this bar.
I was walking around KW taking a break from my bike, the preferred method of motorized transport is golf carts and scooters which people drive in various stages of helmetless undress, a riding style that carries over to full sized bikes too.
Cooked eggs on toast on our portable gas stove top.....loving it. Showered & left the campsite at 11am. Drove to the Key West harbour & watched the huge cruise ships. Enjoyed the best ice cream & waffle cone I've had in a long time from Polar Bears ice creamery. Sam had cookie dough & I had honeycombe swirl in thick handmade waffle cones. As it's so close to Cuba, there is a lot of Cuban stores ...
... When President Truman was here in Key West he started each day with a shot of Old Granddad Bourbon. A few years ago some historians got together, no doubt using some of our tax money, and decided that President Truman was the 5th most effective President of all time. I don’t think his legacy is in jeopardy of moving down the list anytime soon. Effective is not exactly a word used in Washington much. The house was the ...
A few blocks down is Bourbon 801, whose upstairs room features a two-hour extravaganza featuring an array of talent and a wardobe department that would put most West End musicals to shame. As we pay our $10 and get a stamp on the wrist, the door ***** clasps my hands to her padded chest and squeals, "Baby, you ever felt one of these puppies?". Short of a visit to Battersea Dog's Home, I think not...
The cabaret room upstairs features a dodgy stage, red curtains ...
... from Cuba for god’s sake. It boast the 3rd longest reef system in the world just after the Great Barrier in Australia and the one in Belize.
There seems to be only a few things to do on Key West.
1) Get out on the water – sail, snorkel, dive, speed boat
2) Buy really bad souvenirs
It feels like a combination of Maui and Beale Street. Jill and I only had ...