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Key West holds a special place in its heart for architecture and real estate. An afternoon stroll through an Old Town neighborhood will open your eyes to the structural beauty of Key West. Yards are beautifully landscaped and accented with courtyards, gardens and pathways. Some of the city’s Victorian and gingerbread style homes date back to the 1800s.

Key West is full of restaurants and various dining options. There are certainly plenty of options to suit everyone’s taste and preference. If you’re looking for fine dining and craving Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, we strongly suggest Antonia’s. Located at 615 Duval Street, this fine dining establishment is full of charm.

April 1, 2013

When I first moved to Key West I was vaguely aware of what seemed to be a popular water sport called paddleboarding. The paddlers looked to me like diehard surfers that couldn’t catch a wave in Key West and instead found an innovative use for their surfboard by adding a paddle. Additionally, I found 99 percent of paddlers seem to be in incredible shape, tan and sport name-brand sport apparel.

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock somewhere, you know that the economy is serving up less than favorable conditions for everyone. Consumers are spending less and businesses are looking for creative ways to cut costs. The good news is, even under less than ideal economic circumstances, you can still afford a great Key West vacation rental.