Welcome to D&D Travel's "A Visit to Key West!" Below are 50 images to give you an idea of the beauty of this area at the very end of US Route 1.

Please enjoy - Dennis and Donna

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Above and below: Famous for its sunsets, this evening at the "Southernmost Point" in Key West didn't disappoint!

Above and below: Along Duval Street in Old Town Key West...

The Orchid Key Inn on Duval, a top-25 small boutique hotel for 2015

Scooters are a fun and very common means to get around town!

Hop-on, hop-off trollies are perhaps the best way to explore all of Key West, leaving the car at your hotel!

Mallory Square is perhaps the most popular gathering spot for shopping and dining by the waterfront and is where a sunset celebration is held each evening. The cruise crowds are all gone as ships must depart prior to sundown!

Above and below: Along Sunset Pier...

A couple of local inhabitants check out the crowd...These birds are free-roaming and in fact if you are caught harming one, the penalties are quite stiff!

Seen from the Hemingway Home, this is the Key West Lighthouse (1848) on Whitehead Street

The Hemingway Home & Museum at 907 Whitehead Street...home to approximately 40-50 polydactyl (six-toed) cats - all descendants of his original pet!

Such a beauty!!!

A cat-themed painting on a bedroom wall in the Hemingway Home...

Above and below: Just two of many lovely tropical homes in Key West neighborhoods...

The Tropic Cinema - restored and preserved and still running films - all by volunteers!

Marilyn - in front of the Tropic - really needs no explanation!

...neither does this, at 500 Duval Street!

Walgreens has preserved and restored the outside of the old Strand Theater from the 1920s - it closed as a movie venue in 2002...

Willie T's bar on Duval Street...

Pincher's Crab Shack on Duval - a great place to eat and watch the evening crowd from the balcony!

A oddly out-of-place Bugatti parked on a side street in Old Town Key West!

Huge Seward Johnson statue of a man and woman in full formal evening attire ballroom dancing, based on the Renoir painting "A Dance at Bougival." - See more at: http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/25082#sthash.9NfPMHHk.dpuf
Huge Seward Johnson statue of a man and woman in full formal evening attire ballroom dancing, based on the Renoir painting "A Dance at Bougival." - See more at: http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/25082#sthash.9NfPMHHk.dpuf

This is a huge Seward Johnson statue of a man and woman in full formal evening attire, ballroom dancing, based on the Renoir painting "A Dance at Bougival." It is in front of the Key West Museum of Art & History on Front Street, by Mallory Square...

Raining in Key West?? The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory on Duval Street is the place to go to wait out the showers! Small, but with incredible beauty all year long...Not to be missed!

Thanks for looking! Let us know if we can help you plan an adventure in the Florida Keys!

 

                            

                

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