El Patio Motel
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A very relaxing day today. ( no walking)
We sat outside and ate breakfast, before heading off to the Fort Zachary Taylor State Park Beach. A beautiful spot with lots of shade trees.
We went swimming and snorkeling. David even managed to do a little fished with some fishing line that he found, not successful. :(
Lots of …
... days to relax and do some chores. One night we went to a local pub that we were told was a "must do". It is named the No Name Bar. Not fancy but good food and fun surroundings. People put one dollar bills with their name and state on them and staple them to the ceiling and walls. The chili cheese fries are the best Carl has eaten. However, the serving feeds about 3 people. The bar is located on No Name Key. This key is the home of a ...
Good morning we are all up early the boats a rockin and a rollin but no one is sea sick so that's great. A huge cruise ship rolled in this morning right beside us the Celebrity Constellation so there will be lots of tourists in town today. This one cruise ship was followed by 2 others which completely blocked our views man these are big ships, and of course they stole our internet too.
... square groupers”. An occasional hurricane cleans up the island and modern times has made Key West a multi-cultured, diverse life style, big party town with Duval Street being the center of activity. To enjoy, you have to kick back, listen to a little Jimmy Buffett, go with the flow, explore the history, take in the sights and sounds and pick out the things you want to do.
Mysteriously, there is no disruption to my sleep. Has the night of St. Patrick's day been the only one of peace and quiet? Perhaps everyone is still at the bars? A mystery.
I am awaken early to a commotion of roosters crowing. We decided to call this a "Chill Day". Let our sunburns mellow. We roamed the streets a bit but then planted our tired butts poolside at the Andrews Inn main campus. They have a ...