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Key West

Visitors in Key West, Fla., ride the Conch Tour Train as it passes in front of Sloppy Joe’s Bar, former watering hole of author Ernest Hemingway. The faux train and Old Town Trolley are two of the island’s primary motorized tour operations. Key West is the southernmost city in the continental United States. Photo by Bob Krist/Florida Keys News Bureau[/caption]The landmark “Southernmost point in the continental United States” is one of the most photographed tourist hot spots in all of Florida—and it’s right in the heart of Key West. This is where the Caribbean meets America, with a blend of old island charm and modern elegance. From its high-end luxury seaside resorts to the grown-up playground of Duval Street, Key West is the tropical paradise of the contiguous 48-states.

Visitors will not only find recreational delight with activities such as off-shore fishing, scuba diving, and snorkeling, but will also gain an appreciation for the sense of place whose unique architecture and palm-lined streets influenced the likes of Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, and Jimmy Buffett. With so many amenities
appealing to so many people, it is easy to see why Key West claims to be “Close to Perfect and Far from Normal.” It may be the most unique town in America.

Photo courtesy of Bob Krist, Florida Keys News Bureau

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3471 South Roosevelt Blvd.

Photo courtesy of Bob Krist, Florida Keys News Bureau

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