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Cheers to New Upscale Lodgings in Key West

Cheers to New Upscale Lodgings in Key West November 8, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Affordable elegance is a key message at the Silver Palms Inn, Key West’s newest boutique hotel, that opened Oct. 7 in historic Old Town. The silver thatch palm, a rare and elegant tree native to Florida, inspired the name of the property that offers 50 deluxe contemporary guest rooms and suites surrounding...

New Hotel Open in Marathon

New Hotel Open in Marathon November 8, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Marathon’s newest lodging property, the Holiday Inn Express & Suites at 13201 Overseas Highway, is open  and will accept walk-ins and rooms both booked directly with the property as well as the main reservations system. Smoke-free and pet-friendly, the newly constructed hotel has 134 rooms and...

Pets Love Key Largo

Pets Love Key Largo October 14, 2010 | Hotels, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Four-legged family members can join overnight travelers to Key Largo when they stay at Amy Slate’s Amoray Dive Resort, located at MM 104 bayside. “If you’re a pet owner, you know how difficult it can be to travel. No one wants to leave a beloved companion behind,” said Slate, a dog lover herself. Amy...

BubbaFest Brings Bikers To and Through the Keys

BubbaFest Brings Bikers To and Through the Keys September 28, 2010 | Events, Hotels, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
There’s no better way to experience the Florida Keys’ warm, subtropical breezes and panoramic open-water views than from the seat of a bicycle during the 2010 BubbaFest Bike Tour, Nov. 6-13. Adventurers of all ages and experience levels can ride on the fully supported trek from Key Largo to Key...

Camping in the Keys

Camping in the Keys August 19, 2010 | Hotels, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Ready to rough it?  Well, sort of.  Florida Keys hardly means rough … raucous, riotous, outrageous, yes. For travelers who do enjoy tent camping or more posh accommodations in personal, recreational vehicles (RV) sans Robin Williams, then you’ll want to take note of some of these highlights. Key...

All-American Harleys Rule an All-American Road

All-American Harleys Rule an All-American Road August 11, 2010 | Events, Hotels, Things to Do | Read More
Hog riders from around the United States every year blow into South Florida to ride one of America’s most scenic highways to raise money for charity. This year is the 38th annual Key West Poker Run, Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 16-19. Recently, more than 500 bikers left Key West to the Kenai Peninsula,...

Conchtoberfest Premiers in Marathon, in September!

Conchtoberfest Premiers in Marathon, in September! August 2, 2010 | Events, Hotels, Things to Do | Read More
Discover the chowder power and fritter flavor of conch (pronounced “conk”) during the inaugural weeklong Conchtoberfest 2010, September 13-19. Conch is both a Keys food favorite and a term given native-born islanders, living the laid-back Keys lifestyle. Conchtoberfest is meant to tantalize the senses...

Celebrate Earth (Day): Book a Green Lodging

Celebrate Earth (Day): Book a Green Lodging April 20, 2010 | Hotels, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Photos by Thomas Wanhoff Islamorada’s Cheeca Lodge & Spa has gone green. Everywhere! Not only have the owners reinterpreted the resort’s more than 60-year old traditions into a green resort, but has equipped the new 5,700-square-foot spa with organic sustainable luxury. New treatments at...

One-of-a-Kind Wedding Wonders

One-of-a-Kind Wedding Wonders April 6, 2010 | Hotels, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
What little girl doesn’t dream of her wedding day?  While some dreams are more unusual than others, for the bride who wants to walk off the beaten path to the altar, the Florida Keys & Key West offer warm weather, breathtaking sunsets and one-of-a-kind wedding opportunities. Photo by Bob Care In...

That’s Amore! Dive into LOVE-ly Key Largo resort

That’s Amore!  Dive into LOVE-ly Key Largo resort March 19, 2010 | Hotels, Things to Do | Read More
Most people think I’m nuts for not diving as much as I used to, because my back yard is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Though I do dive on occasion, it’s hard to hold a candle to Amy Slate’s passion for scuba diving. Recently she shared with me what it is about...
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