Put on your bathing suit, pack your picnic basket and get ready for an exciting journey to one of America's most ... More
Yankee Freedom II
Put on your bathing suit, pack your picnic basket and get ready for an exciting journey to one of America's most out-of-the-way National Parks. On the two hour journey, pig out on the mouth-watering continental breakfast, in addition gain knowledge about the park and its surroundings. Relax in the air-conditioned lobby on the main deck and look out at the eye-catching Marquesa Islands, or say hello to the dolphins. For the deep sea lovers, snorkeling gear is available on the ferry. Check the website for more details.
Built in 1845 and occupied by Yankee forces in 1861, the fort was finally completed in 1866. Now a National
Historic Landmark, the fort has tours at noon and 2p. In January the park hosts the annual Sculpture Key ...
The Crowne Plaza La Concha is situated on Duval Street in the heart of Key West, approximately three miles from
Key West International Airport and steps away from a variety of restaurants, nightclubs and shopping. Local attractions include Mallory ...
It may sound morbid to go strolling through cemeteries, but Key West City Cemetery is also a historical landmark. Established
in 1847 and covering nearly 20 acres, the cemetery includes the graves of sailors killed in the sinking of ...