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Key West Travel Guide: Finding Refuge From 2020 In Key West
The allure of the travel from Miami to Key West is unquestionable; both for locals and tourists alike. After a couple of hours in the car and one of the most beautiful drives in the country, you arrive in a stunning travel spot remarkably different than Miami. For those curious travelers and those who seek refuge from the times we’re living in, beloved Miami writer Alona Abbady Martinez breaks down where to eat, what to do, and where to stay in Key West.
The Most Romantic Private Island Resort In America: Little Palm Island
The Florida Keys Are One Big Ghost Magnet
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, the Florida Keys have an undeniably creepy vibe. It becomes especially present at night, when paradise gives way to the paranormal. This whole, 125-mile chain of islands feels like a long, outdoor haunted house.
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25 Girls’ Weekend Getaways That Won't Break the Bank
5 Drivable Fishing Destinations
Many people aren’t yet ready to stand shoulder-to-shoulder in airport lines and then spend hours in the confines of a plane, which leaves just one option for anglers Jonesing for a hot and potentially exotic bite: Fuel up the truck and start driving, with or without the boat and trailer.
Postcards from the edge: Traveling to the Keys in a pandemic
No, nobody wants to know where I’ve been or seen or done. Just how I feel.
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How To Spend An Amazing Day In Islamorada, Florida
An adults-only all-inclusive resort in Florida has a floating tiki bar and glass-bottomed kayaks
Key Largo is not the place you go for a thrill — it's the place you go to relax, hard. And as an adults-only property and the only all-inclusive resort in the Florida Keys, Bungalows Key Largo might be the easiest spot of all to unwind on an archipelago that seems to have formed on this earth solely to remind us to chill out.