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2001 South Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West, United States
1500 Reynolds St, Key West, United States
3841 North Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West, United States
3850 North Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West, United States
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... the Keys you have to be on a boat...or in an airplane. The drive did dispel my assumption about what I thought the Florida Keys were. I thought there were a bunch of individual islands with a bridge (a very, very, very long bridge connecting them ...
Made it to the Keys. The campground is situated about a third of the way from the mainland on the way to Key West. The internet connection seems to be coming from one of the other campers. So this will be brief. Just want to let everyone know where I'm ...
... $80 for wing mirror extensions and secondly, much more disturbing the Eagle's brakes did not work!!! Scary enough in flat Florida, but 8000lbs worth of camper pushing us down a mountain road would probably cut our trip short....... So 2 days and ...
Today, my brother, mom, dad, and I took a high speed ferry from Fort Myers to Key West. The trip started out pretty smooth. Then, we hit 6 foot swells on the Gulf of Mexico and the high speed ferry instantly became the "barf barge". People turned ...
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Key Colony Beach, Florida Keys, Florida, United States
This is a spur-and-groove coral reef, sitting on the outer banks offshore of Vaca Key, characterized by large fingers of coral, separated by narrow sandbeds.
36850 Overseas Hwy., Bahia Honda Key Big Pine Key, Florida Keys, Florida, United States
61 Hawk's Cay Boulevard, Duck Key, Florida Keys, Florida, United States
Westin Marina #8, Key West, Florida Keys, Florida, United States
When you sail with Danger Charters, you sail to another world and time; to a place where the wildlife is still "wild" and your interaction with nature is intimate and authentic. You feel as if you've stepped back in time, back to the days when the Florida Keys backcountry was home to traditional, shallow-draft sailing craft, captained by local water men who had grown up sailing and navigating the notorious shallows and challenging narrow channels of the Florida Keys.