Sure, Key West is known for its seaside respite, it’s stunning ocean views of the Caribbean, and its relaxed, laid-back vibe that make it a fun and relaxing vacation spot. But did you know that Key West has even been home to a number of famous authors like Hemmingway, Tennessee Williams, and even Robert Frost? Located at the nearly the furthest edge of the mainland US, Key West is positioned with the vast Caribbean in front of it, and its many ports, marinas, and seaside resorts and restaurants are enough to please any guest on their trip to Florida.
Take a stroll down Duval Street, which is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the small city. Spend the day walking in and out of the various shops and boutiques, and don’t forget to check out all of the historic homes in the city’s downtown. For dinner, Key West offers nearly any type of restaurant you could think of, plus a number with ocean views. And if you’re in the mood for a little bit of history, take the family and kids to the shipwreck museum, Dry Tortugas National Park or even the Key West Aquarium. There’s plenty of fun for the whole family in this slow, relaxed, and peaceful seaside retreat.
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