Same as the second day, I woke up with the excitement of swimming.
We stayed in the Key West Marriot Beachside Hotel and they had nice pool filled with sea water (well, I knew that because the water in the pool tasted salty...) And as you can see in the picture below, right beyond the pool in the view came the sea. The view is gorgeous, isn't it?
After the morning exercise, we took the hotel shuttle bus to downtown Key West, where all the fun things take place.
Right after we reached downtown, we went straight to a restaurant for the energy spent in swimming. We to a waterfront seafood restaurant called Conch Republic Seafood Company. The food over there was fine but it was not in my recommendation list. And right outside the restaurant, we saw fish that just got caught from of sea.
I am not sure if you know this already. Key West is where the writer Ernest Hemingway wrote his great work Old Man and The Sea and where he spent the rest of his life in. The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum is right in downtown Key West, which attracts hundreds of fans of Hemingway or literature lovers visit. However, I passed without visiting the museum this time. Even though I do reading every day, literature is not my favor type of books at this point. I did not visit a museum of literature, but I appreciated all the marvelous work the best writers have contributed to our society.
While I was exploring downtown Key West...
|Ride a book on the Duval St in Key West|
|Cock - A symbol of Key West|
|A toy shop|
|Interesting wooden architecture|
|A huge sculpture in front of a cultural museum|
|Live music performance you can find anywhere in downtown|
|An open restaurant bar along on the ocean|
|Triple scoops ice cream|
|A street show|
Key West Aquarium
|Bake grouper with Dijon mustard sauce|
|Caesar salad with snapper|