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Tips for Key West
I’m not going to lie to you, Key West isn’t known for its beaches. But fear not, one of the country’s top beaches is within a half hour’s drive. Bahia Honda (pronounced Bay uh Honda) is consistently ranked one of the country’s best places to get some sun, and for good reason. Located at Mile Marker 33 on Route 1, Bahia Honda State park offers a variety of activities, including swimming, fishing, camping, snorkeling, kayaking, and boating. The snorkeling at Bahia Honda is particularly amazing for off-beach snorkeling and you’ll likely see some gliding stingrays, hovering, incandescent squid, and a wide range of color-splashed tropical fish. You’ll find a few queen conchs as well. Take some time to hike out to the old bridge, the one that used to carry Flagler’s railroad to Key West before the bridges were destroyed in a hurricane. After you’ve had your fun in the sun and are on your way back to Key West, stop at Baby’s Coffee, located near Mile Marker (MM) 10, and prep yourself for the night with a nice shot of Key West’s best coffee.
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