Kingsail Resort Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marathon
... type structure in the water - so they swam out to it and all jumped around on it to much amusement by all. The resort is much bigger than the last place - has a playground, a really warm swimming pool and even a pub - but the RVs are much closer together so less privacy than in the previous place and not such a beautiful view as at Key Largo.
In the evening I got an email from Phoebe's Matilda application to say that she ...
... long walk in waist deep water to add tomy stepsfor the day. next we took a look at the beach on the Gulf side. It has a view of the new bridge and the old Bahai Honda bridge. The view from the Old Bridge is beautiful, and it is over one of the deepest channels in the Keys.We met the first of many butterflies and spiders ...
... winter population seems to be a mixture of mostly 60 - 70 year old hippies and beach types, well-healed snowbirds from the North East and Canada, and friendly folks from the Midwest. The spring-breakers should arrive soon.
Our boating between islands has been relaxing, but we have had to dodge crab pots all around the coastline of Florida. Coming into Marathon yesterday we thought we were in an arcade video game as we moved ...
... a look at all the shops and had a drink and some conch fritters at the Hogs Breath Cafe. There were plenty of people down at Mallory Square for the sunset, but again the clouds were restricting the view. On the way back to the car, we passed a square filled with statues of past residents including Harry Truman and Ernest Hemingway. It was dark by the time we got back to Marathon, so we just got a pizza for dinner before lounging in front of the TV.
Key West done and ...
... room behind the Looe Key Dive shop and very close to a great local bar called the Tiki Bar with good live music, which turned out to be both a good and a bad point!
We drove to Key West and found it to be a charming small holiday town with characterful wooden period houses and old-fashioned tree lined streets full of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. Despite being a major holiday destination, it felt ...