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I LOVE butterflies and would love to do this one. I don't normally book through the cruiseline if I don't have to and was wondering if anyone else has done this one without booking on the ship. Haven't been to the Key West port since I was younger and don't remember how easy it is to get around. Thanks!
Sept. 1995 - Carnival Tropicale - 7 day Western
Oct. 2000 - Disney Magic - 7 day Eastern
Feb 2001 - Disney Magic - 7 day Western
July 2001 - Disney Wonder - 4 day Bahamas
Feb 2002 - Disney Magic - 7 day Eastern
Oct 2002 - Disney Magic - 7 day Western
May 2003 -Disney Wonder - 4 day Bahamas
Dec 2003 - Disney Wonder 4 day Bahamas
Oct 2007 -RCCL- Explorer of the Seas - 7 day Western ( dont remember much of this one since the whole ship had the Norwalk virus )
June 2010 - Carnival Destiny - 5 day WesternREVIEW
Sept 2011- Carnival Inspriation -5 day Western REVIEW
Get off the ship and walk through Mallory Square to Duval St. Once on Duval St. you'll see cabs or pedi cabs everywhere. Take a cab to the Butterfly Conservatory. Or if you feel like a good walk (20-30 mins) go on foot.
Key West is tiny, everything is close. The walk is lovely, and you'll go right through the hustle of Duval St. and past the quietness of Hemingway's house.
If you want a phenomenal lunch place near the Butterfly Cons, head to Blue Heaven...Key West's best.
If you want to walk by the Hemingway house, you'll have to walk on Whitehead. This is probably a nicer walk as you will pass the Audubon house, the Green Parrot bar, the lighthouse, the Audubon house, the Bahama village, then, finally, the southernmost point. Make a left there, another left onto Duval, then the Conseratory is two blocks down ain the 1300 block...