There is no rush here, so there is plenty of time to soak up the historical ambiance of this rare relic. We had lunch on the screened porch looking out on the mangrove swamp and the river. Service was very slow, but pleasant. Lunch took an hour and a half. We had the fried fish sandwich and fried shrimp on a roll, both were very good. The key lime pie was also tangy and cold, they way we like it.
While we waited for our food we took turns wandering around the lobbies, reading all the historic newspaper clippings on the wall. Truth is stranger than fiction.
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