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One of the more unique places to have breakfast in Key West, here you'll dine in a garden among chickens and cats. Expect sawdust on the ground, every table to have a different theme, and amazing Lobster Eggs Benedict!
One of Key West's most famous citizens, Hemingway, used this house on Whitehead Street as a base for fishing, entertaining friends, and, of course, writing his masterpieces. His beautiful former home makes for an interesting visit for fans and non-fans alike.
Just a few blocks down from Hemingway House, this museum makes for a great stop off on Duval Street, and climbing its tower for the 360 degree view of the city and the ocean is a must-do to capture that iconic postcard-perfect photo.
The kind of place that you might not stumble across on your own, Lagerheads is a small restaurant on Simonton Beach where you can enjoy a drink, a fish taco or sandwich, and the lovely sights — including the boats going to and fro.
Time for a little upmarket shopping. Besame Mucho is one of the more luxurious boutiques in Key West, offering an assortment of lovely lotions, jewelry and clothing. Just try not to hum the song as you shop!
A two-hour sunset sail on one of Key West's smaller sailboats is the ultimate 'must-do' evening activity, and perfect for couples, friends and families alike. Don't forget your eye-patch!
One of the best bars for a late-night drink — a mojito perhaps — and to enjoy a live Cuban band is here at El Meson. This venue is just off Mallory Square where the sunset celebration is held; the perfect pre-cocktail warm-up.
A late-night dinner at one of Key West's more upscale restaurants; what better way to round off a fabulously chic day of exploring! Share an appetizer, two main courses of either meat or seafood, and a nice bottle of wine. You can't go wrong here.