Key Largo Transportation

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  • Thank-you Dons Friendly Taxi Service

    by ninjasez Written Jun 19, 2012

    My girlfriend and I recently visited Miami FL and made a side trip to the Keys. I was happy to be referred to a taxi service call Don's Friendly Taxi (305) 395-2747. Don picked us up at the airport with curbside service and surprised us with a really great rate to drive us all the way to Key Largo. We were going to rent a car at the airport and drive but found out that its cheaper even with the taxi fare to rent the car outside the airport at a local Keys location. Once we found out that Don would even drive us around Key Largo and other locations, we decided that we would use his service rather risk getting a DUI. Don's professional and personal service made our visit to the Keys enjoyable and fun as though we had a personal chauffeur. Way to go Don's Friendly Taxi.

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  • trip to the florida keys

    by greg0000 Written Jun 5, 2012

    my wife and my self used dons friendly taxi service coming and going from miami airport in the month of may. we had called 3 other services dons had the lowest rate. we also used him for local service and the rates where also 20-30% less expensive then others in the key largo area.
    there phone number is 305 3952747. there website is keylargotaxicab.com.
    i notice on an other review they had the wrong phone number posted.
    the correct number is 305 3952747.
    the driver had given us many discount coupons which came in very handy money wise on this trip. the cabs where very clean and the drivers very helpful with information {where and where not to eat}.
    believe this company to be one of the best when in the key largo area.

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    • Family Travel
    • Fishing
    • Diving and Snorkeling

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  • taxi service in key largo and miami airport

    by captdon Written Dec 7, 2011

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    hello from capt don the owner of keys taxi and shuttle. 305 896 9445 24/7
    i have been in the key largo area for over 19y years not much i dont know about.
    my daughter is the fire commissioner in key largo. she also is the manger of one the keys largest banks.
    i have the least inexpensive taxi service in the key largo area.
    be happy to answer any questions u might have about the keys, like where is the best restaurants, dive and snokle boats {not all give u a good trip}, whos the best boats to fish with? { i was the manger of the best know bait and tackle shop in the keys for many years]
    if u like u can call me at 305 8969445 or email me at my personal e.mail donmiller00@yahoo.com
    thanks
    please call if i have the time i will answer your question if not right then u can bet i will call u back as soon as i can.
    {we service the miami airport for only $120 each way and thats for up to 6 people and we have car seats in out newer vans}
    capt don miller.

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    • Diving and Snorkeling
    • Fishing

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  • transportation in Key Largo Fl

    by jjf511 Updated Nov 10, 2011

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    I did some investagtion on the taxi companies in Key Largo and found that there are only a few that are leagly doing business in the area. I found out that the only ones are as far as I know are Keys Express Cab, Mom's Taxi, Key Largo Taxi and Sea the Keys. I checked with the Florida Fictous Name Dept. and no other business is listed as being registered, so watch out for the scabs and fly by nighters. Also look for the reviews some are ... well pretty interesting.

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  • Don's Friendly Taxi in Key Largo

    by ninjasez Written Sep 25, 2011

    My girlfriend and I recently visited Miami FL and made a side trip to the Keys. I was happy to be referred to a taxi service call Don's Friendly Taxi. Don picked us up at the airport with curbside service and surprised us with a really great rate to drive us all the way to Key Largo. We were going to rent a car at the airport and drive but found out that its cheaper even with the taxi fare to rent the car outside the airport at a local Keys location. Once we found out that Don would even drive us around Key Largo and other locations, we decided that we would use his service rather risk getting a DUI. Don's professional and personal service made our visit to the Keys enjoyable and fun as though we had a personal chauffeur. Way to go Don's Friendly Taxi.

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    • Family Travel
    • Budget Travel

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    Florida Scenic Highway

    by cjg1 Updated Jan 28, 2009

    The Florida Keys Scenic Highway is one incredible drive. One side you have the Atlantic Ocean and the other is the Gulf of Mexico. Driving down the highway was great. The views of the water was unbelievable. The shades of blue from deep aqua, to light turquoise to baby blue were a sight to see.

    Liz and I enjoyed driving this stretch of highway. There are plenty of spots to stop and eat, take pictures or just enjoy the views.

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    GETTING TO THE KEYS FROM MIAMI...

    by ladyfisher Written Aug 24, 2002

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    GETTING TO THE KEYS FROM MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

    If you fly into Miami and rent a car to travel to the Florida Keys, when you exit the airport, you should take 836 West to the Florida Turnpike. Take the Florida Turnpike south until it ends in Florida City where it merges into southbound U.S. Highway 1. Continue south on U.S. 1 until you reach Key Largo. The distance from Miami Airport to Upper Key Largo is approximately 56 miles and will take you about an hour and a half.
    Once you're in the Keys it is almost impossible to get lost. U.S. 1 is the only road that travels continuously from island to island. All roads that intersect with U.S. 1 either come to a dead end or end up back on U.S. 1. When traveling on U.S. 1 you will see small green signs with numbers on them that are mounted on steel posts about three feet high. These are called mile markers, often referred to as 'M.M.'. The Keys begin at M.M.113 and M.M. 0 is in Key West. While you're visiting you will also hear people say 'oceanside' and 'bayside'. If you're headed south (toward Key West from Miami) , the Atlantic Ocean is on the left and Florida Bay is on your right. Obviously it is the opposite if you are headed north. Mile markers and the references to oceanside and bayside are used instead of addresses to describe locations. For example you may be told 'Holiday Isle is at at mm 84, oceanside'. Keep in mind there are no partial mile markers, so if you are told that a restaurant is located at m.m. 87.5, this means it is about half way between m.m. 87 and m.m. 88.

    Airports besides Miami
    There are two airports with commercial flights located in the Keys, one on Marathon near mile marker 50 and the other in Key West.

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    Key West International Airport...

    by ladyfisher Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Key West International Airport (EYW):

    Comair 1-800-35-9822

    US Air 1-800-428-4322

    Gulfstream 1-800-992-8532

    Cape Air 1-800-352-0714

    America Air 1-800-433-7300

    Florida Keys Marathon Airport:

    Paradise Air 305-743-4222

    Miami International Airport (MIA):

    Comair 1-800-354-9822

    US Air 1-800-428-4322

    Gulfstream International 1-800-992-8532

    Carribbean Air Service, Inc. 1-305-681-3007

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    Startingpoints for diving,...

    by Pavlik_NL Written Sep 8, 2002

    Startingpoints for diving, snorkling or boattours are to be reached by car only (unless you're in for a fierce walk). Some touroperators have busses running from Miami or boattours from there.

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