Florida Keys

Blue Heaven Key Lime Pie - Sabrina Pirillo
Feasting in the Florida Keys: Restaurants, Pubs & Cafés You Must Try!

It was the birthplace of key lime pie in the 1880’s then in 2006; the Florida state legislature designated Key Lime Pie as the official state pie of Florida. With that kind of gravitas, you have to try it early and often! Start the appreciation of all things key lime
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Florida Keys Southernmost Point Marker Buoy
Paradise in 5 Keys: The Florida Keys & Key West

When friends told me The Florida Keys & Key West was their happy place, I knew I had to take a trip down south and see it myself. It’s known as one of the top two places in the world to watch the sunset and feels like you are in
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3 Middle Florida Keys Attractions You'll love
Meet me in the Middle – 3 Middle Florida Keys Attractions You’ll Love!

There is nothing like the golden Florida sunshine warming your skin, cheering up a winter-weary Canadian, visions of sand and sea as far as the eye can see. And particularly special is the southern chain of islansd known as the Florida Keys. Miami has glamour, Orlando has the theme parks
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Lighthouse Court - Key West Historic Inns
Couples Retreat at Lighthouse Court: A Historic Key West Inn

Every once in a while, if the stars align and negotiations are successful, parents can, after months of careful planning, take a trip without their kids! It’s a rare and glorious occasion when you can choose a location based on your desires rather than the needs of the children. Traveling
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4 things to love about Key west
4 Things You’ll Love about Key West!

Key West was on this girl’s bucket list for a long time. What’s not to like about a place with practically perfect weather, a vibrant history, legendary nightlife, plenty of family attractions and epic people watching? Here are my 4 favorite things about Key West. The Chickens   Say what?
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key largo
A Family Interlude in Key Largo

At 53 km long, Key Largo is the largest of the Florida Keys and a quieter, more laid back town than its cousin to west, the flashy and energetic Key West. So what is there for families to do in Key Largo? From mangrove swamps to beaches to coral reefs,
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Ibis Bay Beach Resort: The Place for Family Fun in Key West!

Driving into Key West on Highway 1, gazing out over the bay, I noticed a string of marker buoys in a riot of colors dotting the water. The end of this line of buoys brings us to the intersection of Roosevelt Boulevard and Sigsbee Road to a gem called Ibis
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Classroom Under the Sea Bruce Cantrell Diving
Breaking Records Underwater: Classroom Under the Sea

Anyone who has ever watched an old James Bond movie or any of the Jacques Cousteau underwater adventures can’t help but be captivated by the old scenes of tropical scuba diving, high seas adventures and the mysterious beauty of the seafloor. It was those movies, in part, that prompted me
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