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Key West Vacations
By Marcus Peterson
What do most people like doing while on vacation? From lazing in the sun to hiking, biking or diving, there are quite a variety of outdoor activities that vacationers like to indulge in. But what about those who want to expend less physical energy but see more sights and historical monuments, cultural events or street shows?
Key West is such a magical destination, it has enough to do for the vacationer who is not enthusiastic about diving, snorkeling, sailing, parasailing, fishing or simply basking in the sun.
There are numerous historic attractions - Hemingway's house being one of them. If one is particularly interested in military history, then the ruins of Fort Zacharay Taylor, a civil-war site, is the place to go explore.
Captain Tony's saloon is a popular attraction, because it was a favorite haunt of Ernst Hemingway in his novels.
Mallory square is a spot where visitors habitually gather to see the spectacular sunset and take pleasure in the many street shows.
Dry Tortugas are seven islands just off the shores of Key West. These islands are famous for their avian and marine life, plus legends of seafaring adventurers.
Audubon house and tropical gardens is a bird-lover's haven. It displays original Audubon drawings of Florida birds, ten Audubon first editions and a collection of elegant Royal Worcester porcelain birds.
The Key West Cemetery is an unusual one and has humorous epitaphs.
The San Carlos Institute - Casa Cuba is committed to help preserve the language, cultural and democratic values of the Cuban people.
All this said, the sights in Key West are spectacular -- but not everything. The vibes and energy of the Island natives are warm and friendly. The atmosphere is unique created by the collective energies that initiate creative enterprise and art.
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