Honeymoon in Key West,so much to do and so little time!The Key West Conch train is a perfect way to start the day. Learn about the island, history and all it has to offer.The choices are limitless from shoppes and eateries on Duval St to parasailing or watching the sunset on Mallory Square which is famous for its sunset celebrations and fine dining.
At night Key West comes alive with entertainment everywhere!Music and famous bars where legendary people roamed many years ago.
Take a glass bottom boat ride and see North America’s only live coral reef with many interesting and colorful species of fish.
If you enjoy shipwreck treasure, a visit to Mel Fischer’s Treasure museum with fascinating artifacts and jewelry that rested on the ocean floor for hundreds of years. You can even buy your own piece of history as they have made available for purchase that which is created with Atocha gems and gold.
Of course no visit would be complete without seeing the Southernmost point in the continental USA. Standing at this point it is only 90 miles from Cuba and on a clear night you can see the Havana lights and a breathtaking view. The point is marked by the famous red white and black buoy and is the most photographed spot on the island.
Literary buffs can say “I DO” at Ernest Hemingway’s home and museum, the famous and influential 20th century writer who lived in Key West in the 1930’s.
What ever you do in Key West there is adventure and fun everywhere and shoppes abound with trinkets and treasure to take home to remind you of your honeymoon celebration in Key West.