You think you can drive to Key West, and see the sights on the way, but there is nothing like seeing the incredible little-known things that only a local perspective can guide you toward. Things like getting the chance to pet a Keys deer... not just seeing one, but getting one to come up to you and let you touch it -- and having it lick your hand. Things like having a drink in a tavern with no name, and seeing the majesty of the Keys from 75 feet in the air. Not to mention taking in the end of day sunset celebration in Key West from a quiet vantage point that you would never have found on your own. Do yourself a great favor and let Mitch help you "Sea the Keys" in the way that they were meant to be seen. We couldn't have asked for a better trip!
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