Key West’s Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum

The Hemingway home was purchased for the author and his then wife, Pauline, by her wealthy uncle Gus in 1931 shortly after the couple arrived on the island of Key West. Built in 1851 in the Spanish Colonial style, the Hemingways undertook extensive restorations to revitalize the home. One of the unique features added to […]

A Key Largo Must: Conch Fritters at Alabama Jack’s

A short detour off Route 1 on the drive through the Keys, Alabama Jack’s is a laid back favorite of both tourists and locals. Situated on a pair of barges in the mangrove swamps, the open air bar is little more than a center bar and scattered patio tables and chairs. License plates from around […]

Miami’s Home for Graffiti and Street Art: Wynwood Walls

Originally conceived as a way to revitalize the warehouse district of Wynwood, the large scale murals, stencils, graffiti and other forms of street art have helped the area develop into an artistic attraction unique to the city. The artwork represents American and international artists, including works from some of the genre’s most well known artists […]

Visit Key West: Southernmost Point in the Continental United States

Easily one of the most popular sites in Key West and a given backdrop to million’s vacation photos, the massive, concrete “buoy” marking the southernmost point in the continental United States is stationed a mere 90 miles from Cuba. The city erected the monument in 1983 and its popularity has yet to wane. The lines […]

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