Our last stop was beautiful Key West. I did love watching from our balcony as we arrived and departed from each port.
We were happy to be in Key West, where we once again had cell service and were able to freely use our phone, update our status, and post to Instagram. We were charmed by the cute, quaint buildings and relaxed feel of the key. Ruthann and Becky found this sweet lady carrying her groceries. She didn't say much.
Truman's Little White House. I had done a little research on Key West before the cruise, and I knew this was one of the stops I wanted to make. We decided to tour on our own rather than with a group from the ship, and we arrived before the crowd. The house looks much as it does when Truman visited.
Ernest Hemingway's house.
We did a little more walking to the Southernmost Beach Cafe & Bar.
Key West is famous for Mile Marker 0 on Highway 1, and is the southernmost spot in the U.S.
(This photo of Southernmost Beach Cafe is courtesy of TripAdvisor.)
Sandi warmed up the crowd by singing a few songs with her kids, Katie, Jonathan, and Aly.