Key West


  1. an island off S Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico. 4 miles (6.4 km) long; 2 miles (3.2 km) wide.
  2. a seaport on this island: the southernmost city in the U.S.; naval base.

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Take your time—and try not to hit the massive roadside iguanas—on this 110-mile feat of engineering that connects 43 of Florida’s southern islands, or keys, ranging from Ley Largo down to Key West.

Gaetz also wrote about a 2019 New Year’s Eve trip to Key West with two “best friends” who have been questioned in connection with the sex trafficking investigation.

Elsa’s impacts from the Northeast to the Florida KeysFrom New York City to Key West, Elsa has unleashed torrents.

With both 30- and 50-amp hookups, potable water, and campfires allowed, it’s a great spot to relax and soak up some sun before driving down to Key West for the ferry to Dry Tortugas.

They divided their time among homes in Key West, London and Ithaca.

Louie's Backyard is one of many good places to eat in town, but for us it is the Key West restaurant.

He was seen in Key West in the summer of 2012, and the U.S. Coast Guard was unable to locate his body.

Fifty-two hours and 54 minutes after leaping from a rock wall in Havana, the 64-year-old marathon swimmer reached Key West.

Admission to the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Old Town Key West includes a guided tour and all the cats you can pat.

Hit snooze and spend the next half-hour fantasizing about running away to Key West?

Escaping from Key West, the mulatto worked his way up the coast to Tampa, where he burgled a bank.

But on January 6th they managed to make Key West, and for some reason were not quarantined.

Natives round Key West sometimes take it in nets and with the grains, and they call it “springer.”

This latter type of pattern is best developed in the population of Key West, Florida.

Wrecking was conducted for many years at Key West in a most ungenerous manner, with the old adage, Freight is the mother of wages.