Key Colony Beach Motel

Address: 441 East Ocean Drive, Key Colony Beach, Florida Keys, Florida, 33051, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 441 East Ocean Drive, Key Colony Beach, is near Captain's Corner Dive Center, Christ of the Deep, Sombrero Reef, and Thunderbolt.
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Travel Blogs from Key Colony Beach

Gators and crocs in the Everglades

A travel blog entry by kathfitzp on Jan 03, 2015

4 photos

... his mouth wide open. He was so still that some American visitors thought they needed to throw a rock at him to see if he was real. Neil said he was definitely real and they shouldn't do that. On the seaward side of the dam, there was a lovely manatee popping up every so often. By then we were pretty hot and sticky so we set off for our next stop, Key Largo, thankfully just a short drive ...

The Keys & The End of the Road!!

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Dec 15, 2014

23 photos

... where they can.       After a cool morning it finally warmed up enough for us to go find a beach. You can see from the photo no one else is there but us hardy Canadians decided it was warm enough to sit for a while at Sombrero Beach. The beautiful white sand & blue Atlantic ocean, this is what we've been waiting for!!         We drove 50 miles to Key West & the Southern Most Point ...

Wasting Away Again in Margaritaville

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 08, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... by the one and only Michael McCloud himself. There he was, cracking jokes and singing all the songs I knew from his album. It was a pretty cool surprise!


After enjoying lunch and live local music we walked around for a few hours enjoying what Key West has to offer, including beautiful old homes built in an architectural style reminiscent of New Orleans, Ernest Hemingway’s house, and the Southernmost Point marker (which isn’t even located on the ...

Southern Winds

A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Apr 15, 2014

5 comments, 42 photos

... due to the land acting as a wind buffer. Once again our exit was a smooth one (hooray!) We were pleased with ourselves and the calm waters on the ICW but we knew this was going to be a long day due to the many miles we had to cover. And, there was one worrisome section of the trip that would take us into the Gulf. We were still in that phase of nautical development that we were terrified of the Gulf.

As expected, the ICW portion of our travel that day went well enough and ...

Shark Attack!

A travel blog entry by patandglenn on Mar 16, 2014

2 photos

... who built the 7 mile bridge for Flagler's railway lived as they built. We headed back and decided to split up so we could cover both sides of the bridge. It worked well up to a point.Glenn saw a shark and I raced over to take a photo...except that I tripped over a curb on the bridge and went SPLAT! I smashed my camera, hands, ...