Key West isn’t just a bunch of bars, of course there are bars like Sloppy Joes if drinking is your thing.
And there is a bar called the Garden of Eden at the top of the Whistle Bar where you can enjoy your alcoholic beverage and clothing is optional.
There are all kinds of water sports you can try.
And boats you can charter.
Short cruises you can take – maybe not Carnival.
Every kind of shop imaginable.
There’s art to look at.
Churchs to check out.
Music to listen to like Moose and the Bulletproof Blues Band at the Ninety Mile High Club where you can enjoy your favorite cigar.
Odd trees to look at like the Banyan tree seen below or the Kapok tree on Whitehead St.
Maybe enjoy the pool at your rental unit – I did.
You’ll meet people you haven’t seen in awhile like Kelly (I’m standing next to her on the right) who used to be part of a large group of us that went camping every year up here in Ohio. New people like Denny – the conservative and his wife Janet who we met at the Conch Republic Bar and Restaurant. The restaurant has it’s own shrimp boat bringing in fresh pink shrimp daily – some of the best I have ever had and I know shrimp ! Not to mention the killer two for one Happy Hour everyday.
And last but not least there are some of the most beautiful sunsets you will ever see at Sunset Pier.
So check out Key West – this was my second visit there and we had an action packed four days. I guarantee you won’t leave there disappointed.