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From: Jonie (74.106.193.167)
Subject:         Question on visiting the Florida Keys
Date: September 24, 2013 at 11:53 am PST

Our family will be in Orlando Fl the first of the year. We
thought it might be nice to go to the Florida Keys. We have
never been there. I know nothing about them. So I am hoping
people on here can help me with information. What I want to
find out:

Are there decent fairly reasonable places to stay on the keys
or is it best to stay above the keys?

Are there good places to buy fruit and vegetables? Or cheaper
before going into the keys?

Are there quiet beaches to walk on? For instance I love Cape
Cod's National Seashore, you can walk for miles and have quiet
and peace (not alot of people off season)? I didn't know how
it is on the keys islands.

My boys are birders and would love to see birds they obviously
can't in the Northeast. I just didn't know if it would be
easier to stay above the keys (above Miami even - I am NOT
into cities at all) or if there are quiet, reasonable places
to stay for a few days on the keys. I saw there was a holiday
inn hotel in one of the upper keys. I looked quick at some
cottages but we'd need one to hold six people and then maybe
only 2 to3 days. So that may not work so well.

Thought I'd ask here for any ideas and opinions. Thanks for
any help. I'm very uninformed so am hoping someone has info.

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