Key West: My recommended itinerary

The Hemingway House

hemingway house

The Hemingway House is a must see site for anyone going to visit the Keys. Take a guided tour through Hemingway's beautiful house, that now serves as a muesuem. His famous five-toed cats roam the outdoor gardens and the guide fills you in on stories of Hemingway's adventures in the Keys, his times as Sloppy Joe's Bar and how his wife got away with building the only swimming pool in the keys in their backyard.

Mallory Square

mallory square

After siteseeing around Key West, make Mallory Square your final stop. Stop at The Half Shell Raw Bar for a bite to eat then take the boardwalk along the water until you get to Mallory Square You can't miss it will all the activities going on. They have everything from a tightrope walker, magicians, cat shows, and live music. Locals also sell homemade crafts and food.

Bahia Honda State Park

Bahia Honda

Bahia Honda is a great place for swimming, snorkeling and fishing. The water is crystal clear and it has beautiful trails to walk through. There are spaces to camp that are available to reserve in advance, or you can just pay for a day admission.

Bahia Honda's Web site