Key West

Key West was our first port of call. I spent quite a lot of time in Key West in the past. My cousin owned a house on Summerland Key, at the 25 mile mark. By the way, you have to be a special type to live in the Keys. Essentially there is one road, US 1. If you don’t have a boat you’re out of luck. But Key West is a great place to visit. Here are some photos:

It’s the end of the line for US Highway 1

Captain Tony’s (dollar bills and bras)

Something for everybody:

That was “Gay Key West” if you can’t read the sign.

Nice statues:

Big old kapok tree. They used to stuff mattresses with it.

Harry Truman’s Little White House. The main street into downtown Key West is Truman Avenue.

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3 Responses to Key West

  1. Lasse Åhman says:

    I went by ferry from Stockholm to Åland, the finnish archepelag, in the sea where Estonia sank.
    I visited a cabin at the very bottom of the ship. There was a hatch in the floor and when lifting it there was the bare metall of the ships bottom plates.
    Sort of the same image as the captain in the strip. Sort of. :-O

    Thank you for the photos. It do is a nice comfortable way for me to travell.

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