Santa Maria Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... couple of hours in bed. Still, feeling refreshed this morning and now want to get on the road. Ham omelet for breakfast and then taxis to the port.
We are at last reunited with our precious bikes. Warm work getting them sorted though the humidity must be nearly 100%!
After some waiting about we finally hit the road but endure heavy traffic and it takes us about 1.5 hours to finally get out ...
... even a cat cemetery. The swimming pool built on the premises cost $20,000 in 1937! Hemmingway claims it cost him his last penny. He might have recovered this when he sold the movie rights for "To Have and Have Not" for $150,000. A princely sum in 40s. We walked across Whitehead street to the Key West Lighthouse and spent a further hour or so there. Another historic place We then walked into old town to find a place to eat. We went into Pat Croce's Rum Barrel and had ourselves a ...
It took approx an hour from the Everglades to Key Largo with a lunch stop on the way ... at our favourite burger place...you guessed it, Wendy's!
Key Largo wasn't very exciting but now we were on the Florida Keys, there's only one way south to Key West so we turned off the GPS and continued driving. A rain storm came through so we thought we'd stop off at a souvenir shop while the rain was so hard, it was hard to drive in it.
Didn't end up ...
We drove through Key West. Duval Street is the longest main street in the world. It goes from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. We stopped at Smathers Beach to walk, watch the birds dive head first for their lunch, and put our feet in the water. We stopped for lunch at Islamorada Fish Company. Steve and I had grouper Reubens. We saw tarpon fish in their pond. We drove to the Everglades National Park. We ...
We started out on what was anticipated to be a long ol' poke down south but with my penchant for quirky roads, I was looking forward to the Overseas Highway that would take us from South of Miami, across the keys, all the way down to Key West, the southernmost point of the United States. It was a bit slow going, and we got caught in traffic in Miami just to drag it out, the speed limits were a bit of a bind, and it took a while till we ...