Today I invite you to join My Honey and me as we stroll down Duval Street in Key West, Florida. We are in Key West every week and never miss a chance to go into town.
We had cut over to the 500 block of Duval from the Post Office to go to the, uh, what is that up there in that picture? Is it a theater?
No, it's Walgreens. There are plenty of businesses we recognize in buildings we don't recognize on the famous Duval Street.
After picking up a few items, we crossed the street and started walking toward the port. Here we are coming upon a very famous spot...
Then past Fast Buck Freddies...
along this crowded street of tourists and tour vehicles.
Across the street this old church offers free concerts of beautiful music every day at Noon.
Back on our side of the street we pass the Oldest House in Key West that is now a museum...
On the next corner is The (famous) Bull and the (clothing optional inside) Whistle Bar above. No, we haven't been to the Whistle Bar with its outside bar arranged so patrons can whistle at people below. It's a popular part of Key West night life.
We stepped around the corner on Caroline Street to snap a picture of Captain Morgan who guards the front door of Mr. Cheapee's Liquor Store...
...then walked around the block past Capt. Tony's Saloon, the oldest bar in Florida.
We still hadn't found lunch. Stop back tomorrow as we stroll on down Duval Street past famous places to where we found our lunch at Hog's Breath Saloon. It doesn't have the class or the good food of the Grand Cafe, but they were open and we were hungry. ;)
I hope to see you here tomorrow for lunch! Click here for Part 2.