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Museo de Mel Fisher en Key West que muestra la recuperación del tesoro del barco español Nuestra Señora de Atocha.    Mel Fisher's museum in Key West showing the recovery of the treasure of the Spanish ship The Atocha. Very interesting.

Mel Fisher's museum in Key West showing the recovery of the treasure of the Spanish ship The Atocha. Very interesting.

Mel Fisher's Museum - Key West, FL - Go to this museum! Atocha treasures are here and it is most enjoyable.

Mel Fisher's Museum - Key West, FL - Go to this museum! Atocha treasures are here and it is most enjoyable.

Key West................. A mile and a half by four miles - you must see the sunsets here and do the island jet ski tour!

A mile and a half by four miles - you must see the sunsets here and do the island jet ski tour!

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Top 10 bars in Key West

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Beautiful Beach at Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park in Key West, FL

Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park in Key West, FL

Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park is an almost hidden beach next to a civil war era fort in Key West, Florida.

Every day slips into the shadows with a celebration of sunset as only Key West can do it. Jugglers, tightrope walkers, fire-eaters, and craftspeople gather each evening on the dock at Mallory Square. This is your chance to pick up a hibiscus-patterned col

Wild and Wonderful Key West, Florida

Catching Sunset, Key West Style - Wild and Wonderful Key West, Florida - Coastal Living

A  &  B Lobster House - a great place to eat  in Key West!

Key West, hmmm, wonder if Alissa and Brek opened a restaurant and didn't tell us!

Mel Fisher Maritime Museum- Key West

Details and reservation information about Mel Fisher Maritime Museum located in Key West. Book online or Call 945 - 7917

Key West Lighthouse & Keepers Quarters

The Key West Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters Museum is participating in the Smithsonian Magazines Museum Day on September

Key West, Florida: Captain Tony's Saloon. From the Jimmy Buffet song.

From the Jimmy Buffet song. This building was originally Sloppy Joe's, where Hemingway hung out. Sloppy Joe's then moved to its current location.