Coconut Mallory Resort And Marina
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Nice hotel kind people.
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Waking up in a bed was a lovely feeling this morning. We had a complimentary breakfast at the hostel which consisted of pastry or fruit. That's all. Obviously I opted for the fruit considering they were mince or cheese pastries. We were off to key west today. The drive was so beautiful. We literally were driving over water continuously on bridges between each island. As we got closer to key west the houses went from proper beach ...
... I picked the International Inn Motel out of one of the accommodation booklets we had picked up. It had a vacancy, had parking, was cheap & had a roof top pool.....winning. Arrived at the dodgy looking joint & booked a room for one night. The lady at reception talked to us through a glass panel & passed everything through a safety slot. Walked through the car park to our room past some questionable ...
... journey we saw the remains of these railroad bridges. Near the Everglades National Park both sides of the road are fenced to keep crocodiles, deer and panthers away from the traffic.
There is 113 miles of roadway and 42 bridges to cross from Key Largo to the southernmost point in Key West.The speed limit is 45mph so taking in the ocean, bay, and sights are guaranteed, especially with the convertibles top down and ...
... beer, cokes, vino and chips! The two wheeler has been a huge help. The grocery store is about 5 blocks and we have to really pack carefully to get everything on the cart.
On the way back from the grocery store, we found the restaurant that I took a picture of.
Dirt floor and all..................really a laid back place! haven't eaten there yet and it hasn't been recommended yet either!
Well, the storm is about over ...
... of irreverence.
Turns out that the Duck operators have an arrangement with the Navy to use the heavy duty boat ramp. This agreement is coming to an end this month, so it seemed like we were just in time. The captain has to ask permission to enter the basin as the Navy apparently trains SEALs and conducts other operations they don't like to share with the public. Having received permission, they opened the gate and we slid down ...