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- 98%Local Culture
- 86%Family Travelers
- 76%Budget Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Southernmost Point in the NationMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 10Dec 04, 2013
Though it has nothing to do with, being just a pillar indicating its 90 miles to cube from there still it feels great to stand there. Anyone will simply like it a lot!
- Southernmost Point in the NationMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFoodies+ 1Oct 19, 2013
Well, it wasn't the most exciting thing I've done in Key West but it has it's charm. I guess it's one of those things where you can say you've visited the answer to a trivia question. Best part, though, was the dude selling fresh coconuts that set up shop nearby. If you're walking around Key West, the extra steps to get here are worth the effort.
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- Southernmost Point in the NationMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 7May 09, 2013
The landmark itself isn't that grand, but the views are beautiful and the drive there was stunning. The local area had stands for coconut juice and even cigars. Lots of cars and bikers passed by.
- Southernmost Point in the NationApr 25, 2013
Make time to drive the entire length of the Overseas Highway, 103 remaining miles to Key West. Lots to do and see along the way and when you get there. Many restaurant, stores, places of interest, go to the docks to watch the sunset and the local characters that come out. Visit Mel Fisher Museum, President Truman's Summer home.
- Southernmost Point in the NationAug 07, 2012
this was a fun day the drive from deerfield beach on US1 the drive is half the fun. there was food place after food place finally getting to key west everyone telling you the story on how they smuggle Cuban cigars in to Florida from Cuba. on every corner there where cigar shops all over the place. i didn't get to eat where i wanted because we went with a few screaming kids and one sick one that threw up all over the place so that cut in to most of the vacation time in key west and i was sorta disappointed to see Ernest Hemingway's house in the ghetto part of key west. and a half block away from a bodega. but all in all there was a lot of fun touristy things to do there the vending machine filled with the fish food on the pier to feed the grouper fish was lots of fun i spent like $5 there at a quarter a pop. and walking in and out of all the hotels to get drinks was a blast and i was also kinda disappointed about the conch fritters where hard and chewy at one of the meany haunted hotels. also there are golf cart rentals in key west that look like 57 Chevy's and corvets they are fun to drive
- Southernmost Point in the NationMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jul 11, 2012
THE spot to go for your souvenir pic of yourself in Key West. During the day, there tends to be a line to take your turn but worth it for the shot. It usually moves pretty quickly.