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The Beach, the houses the peace and quiet.
You need a car to travel around.
In a nutshell
Do visit, just be prepared for the hot summer.
If you have ever been to Key West, then you will recognize the ambiance of Duval Street Seafood Company. You are welcomed to Duval Street by a Key West setting, fresh tropical fare, and friendly service.
The bar is like a Tiki Hut and serves most of the same drinks that are found in Key West.
Keylime is an important ingredient in many of the drinks, which makes them somewhat tart.
Happy Hour is from 3 PM to 6 PM. This is a great "hang-out" to meet locals and tourist alike. The bar tenders are women in short shorts and skimpy tops with good looks as a prerequisite.
They use original recipes from the Keys, so you find completely unique tastes that burst with color and style
Allan and I shared a Caribbean Sampler which included Coconut Shrimp, cracked conch, and crab cakes with key lime honey mustard. We both thought it was delicious.
Dress Code: The dress code is very laid back and typical of the islands. You see lots of wild shirts on guys, shorts, slacks, capri pants, halter tops, sandals or sports shoes.
Live Music adds to the atmosphere.
"Your Escape to the Keys, Without the Drive!"
Updated Jun 4, 2005
Address: 26051 South Tamiami Trail, Bonita Springs, FL 3413
Luggage and bags: Just remember a lot off airlines are now keen to charge for excess baggage.
My daughters case was 60 lbs and the allowance was 50 lbs so she had to pay 25$
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Florida is very hot you will need suntan lotion with a high suntan factor
Photo Equipment: Digital cameras, a lot of the supermarkets have photo processing on site so it is easy to get prints when your there. Or if your card is full you could have them transferred to disc.
Better still take more than one memory cards with you.
Miscellaneous: Coat hangers as most hotel there are never enough I buy a pack of about 10 cheap plastic coat hangers before I go and just leave them at the hotel.
Written May 24, 2006