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Dry Tortugas National Park :: Florida Keys

April 20, 2010 by  
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At the end of the Florida Keys, about 70 miles west of Key West sit a small group of islands that were originally discovered by the Ponce de León in 1513. The islands and surrounding waters form the Dry Tortugas National Park, one of the most beautiful and most difficult to access parks in the United States. It can only be visited using official ferry and transportation services or private boat (We Recommend Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson Ferry). The Dry Tortugas were named during Ponce de León’s first visit due to the large Read more

Bahia Honda State Park :: Florida Keys

March 7, 2010 by  
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Talk about a bang for the buck, Bahia Honda State Park is that and much more! Bahia Honda is located in the southwestern end of the keys, at mile marker 36. Enjoy the wonders of this uninhabited paradise which offers island life only 60 minutes from Miami. You get there by taking U.S. 1 (Overseas Highway) south until you get just past the Seven Mile Bridge. The entrance to Bahia Honda State Park and fun is on the left. The entrance and exit ways are clearly marked, so you can’t miss it. Bahia Honda is Spanish for deep bay, and it is indeed deep. The bay is located in the park, which was founded in 1961. Read more

Hawks Cay :: Duck Key, Florida

February 1, 2010 by  
Filed under Hotels

Reserve a Room at Hawks Cay in the Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are paradise on Earth; there’s certainly no disputing that. Watching the sun rise and set over turquoise blue green waters, fantastic fishing and delicious seafood; as well as plenty of good times to be had for nature buffs and party people alike. It’s hard to believe, but Hawks Cay on Duck Key, Florida has incorporated everything you could ever want to do in The Keys into one spectacular 60 acre island extravaganza. Go cheap or go big, it’s your choice. Want a simple queen bed overlooking one of their many pools? It’s right there waiting. What about a four bedroom 1700 square foot villa with its own heated splash pool? Yep, they’ve got that too. And you are guaranteed rich Read more

Keys Fisheries Market, Marina & Restaurant :: Florida

September 15, 2009 by  
Filed under Nightlife & Dining

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A few miles north of the Seven Mile Bridge in Marathon, right around Mile Marker 49, sits a hidden hot spot for what could be the best seafood in Florida. Located right on the pier, Keys Fisheries has first choice of all the delectable goodies brought in by the boats each and every morning. Read more

Jules’ Undersea Lodge :: Key Largo, Florida

August 11, 2009 by  
Filed under Hotels

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One of the most interesting destinations we have come across is Jules’ Undersea Lodge in the Florida Keys.  For the first time ever, an authentic underwater research habitat is open and available to the average person.  Although still used as a research lab, you will be happy to hear that it has air conditioning, hot showers, a fully stocked galley, music, VCR/DVD and unlimited diving for certified divers.  Spend the night in the type of hotel science fiction writers once only dreamed of, spend your time living within the sea! Read more

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