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Louie’s Backyard – A Secret No More!

One of our absolute favorite places in Key West to have a drink and take in a breathtaking view! This secret, not so secret any more hide-a-way is worth seeking out. As you can see from the photos below, its back deck has nothing less than a view to die for! This oceanfront icon was featured years ago on TV before a hurricane left its scar upon its property, deck & building. It’ s been back in full swing for years now and better than ever. The view has always been spectacular and FREE, its tradition continues effortless today. Seen below are some of the famed attributes that...

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Crocodile Lake

Welcome to Crocodile Lake! Hmmm, I wonder how it got its name? I remember now, there’s plenty of crocodiles! This is a great unique sign for your souvenir scrapbook! Don’t bring a picnic lunch expecting to admire crocodiles while eating fried chicken because this place has no picnic or viewing area, just the National Wildlife Refuge office, a crocodile sculpture, informational signboards, and a small but beautiful butterfly garden. (it’s a refuge, not a park) Hmmm… you know what, on second thought, if you have a mother-in-law you’re...

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Captian Tony’s Stools Of Fame

Capt. Tony’s Famous Bar Stools Want to be in a bar with your favorite celebrity? If so, here’s your chance to literally share a stool with one! As you can see in the photo to the left that Dan Akroyd, Arlo Gutherie, Robert Deniro, Dustin Hoffman, and Clint Eastwood are just a few of the most recognizable names. Not pictured are Joe Pesci, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Harry Truman, David Allen Coe along with MANY others from the field of film, music and literature. These famous names appearing on bar stools can be found at Capt. Tony’s Saloon on Caroline Street just...

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Key Largo’s Charter Boat Row

Have you ever wanted to charter a boat in the Florida Keys? Well then, have I’ve got the one-stop smorgasbord shopping spot for you! Wow, does this place have it all from big to small, short to tall, frills to no-frills, day or half day, alone or with a group, informal to formal, morning to night, canal or ocean cruise, for fishing, dinner, sunset or sightseeing. (you try saying all that in one breath) You can find this all-inclusive outdoor strip mall for chartering boats at Mile Marker 100.0 oceanside in Key Largo. Oh yeah, while your here walk another 30 feet towards the...

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Southernmost Hospitality, FREE Ice-Cold Water!

I found this to be most original and unique to say the least! A 24-7 FREE ice-cold water by the cup or bowl. Southernmost hospitality is still alive in the Florida Keys. At anytime during the day or night you can stop by and get your FREE cup of ice-cold drinking water while passing by walking your dog,  your daily jog, running errands, or simply driving past as a tourist heading further down the Keys. If you look closely you can see the little cone-shaped paper cups middle ways up on the featured photo just beside the yellow Igloo cooler that holds the water. As an...

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That’s No BULL!

Where can you find the United States southernmost bull riding machine? Key West of course! It’s truly one of the last things I’d ever think of finding way down here! I’ve seen many cowboys, cowgirls and city slickers alike try their hand at taming this headless mount. In all honesty, the operators seem to like having the female persuasion upon the rawhide teasing the crowd as he slowly turns the cowgirl doing her best Debra Winger ‘Urban Cowboy’ impression as the frenzy of males patrons cheer louder and louder. The bull...

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It’s How Many Miles Away?

Normally these distance mile marker posts are reserved for the center of town or at least a high traffic tourist area like Duval Street here in Key West. This is the exception to the rule, in fact, I’ve NEVER seen one of these on a beach before… have you? There are at least two more of these in town, both of which are in the Harbor Walk area of town… unlike this one stuck on a beach. Let’s see, it shows: Honolulu 4,788 miles, Miami 132 miles, Dry Tortugas 70 miles, London 4,565 miles, Nassau 281 miles, New Orleans 630 miles, San Francisco 2,550 miles… and the...

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London Phone Booth In Key West

Welcome to the ONLY Key West London phone booth! (that I know of) Not exactly what you’d call a tourist attraction since it sits in someones front yard. This is the way I look at it, they wouldn’t have put in their front yard and removed the fence in front of it if they didn’t want anyone to know about it! I will on the other hand not give you their exact address but will lead you right there with no problems. Come to think about it, the children growing up today don’t even know what a house phone is much less a phone booth! Amazing isn’t it, anyways… You...

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The Key’s 9-11 Memorial Flagpole

The Florida Keys 9-11 Memorial Flagpole is a sad reminder of that fateful day nearly fourteen years ago in New York City. I’d venture to say that most Florida Keys residents don’t know about this or even where to find it. The bronze plaque at its base reads: “THIS FLAGPOLE IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF ALL THE VICTIMS OF THE ATTACKS OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2001”. This memorial was dedicated on December 22, 2001 only 3 months and 11 days after that tragic day in our nations history. Now on to where you can find this little seen hidden memorial, it’s located...

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Key West’s See-Through Walls

I love it! I saw this leaving town while cutting through a parking lot and swore I’d come back and take a photo. Well, over 1 year later I finally took it! Seen by few people, this is one you’ll have to drive around the back of a building to find. Up close these painting are too cool as an image of what it may look like if you were able to see through the building’s walls. I went in the morning to avoid having parked cars obstructing my view. You can find these see-through wall painting at the Conch Town Liquor & Lounge store on the corner of Peacock Street...

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