Florida Keys

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Mary Anne Eckard
Leaving the mainland for the 120-mile-long island chain of Florida’s Keys, travelers enter a paradise of beach bars, water sports, and Parrotheads (Jimmy Buffett fans).

America’s Best Road Trips

Heading west from New Orleans, you enter bayou country, where alligators and herons splash in the swamps and Spanish moss hangs heavy overhead. Sunlight filters through, and for a glorious moment, you feel like the only driver on this scenic road.While Louisiana’s Highway 31 is finest in spring and fall, when the weather is pleasantly cool, it’s summer that heralds peak road-trip season for much of the U.S. And we’ve compiled the best American routes just in time for you to plot your…

The Stoned Crab Key West FL

THE STONED CRAB, Key West - Updated 2020 Restaurant Reviews, Menu, Prices, & Reservations - Tripadvisor

3101 N Roosevelt Blvd, Key West, FL 33040-4118

Check out this list of family friendly things do see and do in Florida. Must add them to your bucket list!

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Check out this list of family friendly things do see and do in Florida. Must add them to your bucket list!

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida; I have snorkeled these waters and loved it. Saw the biggest lobster ever here in Dry Tortugas off Loggerhead Key. Big as my thigh, unreal !~!

Dry Tortugas to St. Andrews State Park: The Best Snorkeling Spots in Florida

Summer is almost here and it's time to hit the water! So grab your snorkeling gear and discover an underwater world full of life and adventure.

Dry Tortugas, Florida Keys

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Dry Tortugas, Florida Keys for more information go to: http://www.nps.gov/drto/index.htm

The Florida Keys

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Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

Information on Dry Tortugas National Park in Key West, Florida

The islands of the Dry Tortugas, once reputed to harbor pirates, haven't always welcomed visitors.