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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...

Florida Keys Walking Guide Debuts

Florida Keys Walking Guide Debuts October 14, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
A new book titled “Historic Walking Guides: Florida Keys” brings to life the historic sights of the Keys island chain through a series of guided walks and a look back at their history. Author Michelle Sheldone is a travel, history and conservation writer who resided in the Florida Keys for eight...

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...

Yes, Even Coral Islands Have Beaches

Yes, Even Coral Islands Have Beaches June 24, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
When you think Florida, naturally you think sandy beaches. True, but along the chain of coral islands that comprise the Florida Keys, sandy beaches are a rarity along the mangrove-strewn shoreline, and often is manmade. But don’t let that stop you from wriggling your toes in it or spreading out...

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...

Techies Can Go “Tech-Key” in Key West

Techies Can Go “Tech-Key” in Key West April 5, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Do you like to explore on your own? You need to check out this new technology. Key West visitors can use high-tech handheld global positioning system units to tour the low-key island of Key West, with Go GPS Tours’ interactive audiovisual sightseeing experiences. Go GPS Tours' Highlights of Key...

Road Tripping the Keys: Know Before You Go

Road Tripping the Keys: Know Before You Go March 25, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
Joining the likes of Route 66, the Florida Keys Overseas Highway, from north of Key Largo to Key West, is now an All-American Road – the only one in Florida. So, it’s worthy of an All-American Road-trip, don’t you think? If you’ve never been here before, here are some important...