WELCOME to KEY WEST – USA Trip #5

This was my first time in the Eastcoast. Since I’ve been to the Westcoast several times, it was time for me to discover the other side of the USA. I’ve been visiting Florida, the Carribean and Georgia.
First Stop was MIAMI … Sunshine State of Florida 

 Second Stop was NASSAU BAHAMAS … Island Country of the Atlantic Ocean

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Next Stop was supposed to be in CocoCay, Bahamas but the weather was really bad and the waves were so high that the MAJESTY of the SEAS couldn’t land on the island. We kind of knew that because it rained so much at night and the ship was shaking a lot. The captain said it was for our safety and he was right. So we had to stay on the ship in the ocean. I was so disappointed and sad because the island is so beautiful and I wanted to spend some time at the beach with the barbeque which was planned. On board we just did some shopping, went to the pool, did some sports, watched shows and ate a lot.

This is what we’ve missed :( CocoCay, Bahamas (Photo courtesy of RoyalCaribbean). Surrounded by the gentle, translucent waters of the Bahamas chain lies the secluded island of CocoCay®, an eco-certified private destination. Reserved exclusively for cruise ship guests, this 140-acre tropical paradise was awarded a Gold-Level Eco-Certification by Sustainable Travel International™ for its environmentally friendly activities and tours. With its white-sand beaches and spectacular surroundings, CocoCay is a wonderland of adventures.  

The next day we arrived in KEY WEST at 10:00 am. Luckily the weather was better but still it was windy and cloudy.

SHOP MY LOOK:
Maxidress  H&M (similar here and here)

WELCOME to KEY WEST

SHOP MY LOOK:
Top  FORVER21 (similar here and here)
Shorts  PRIMARK (similar here and here)
Shoes  STEVE MADDEN (similar here and here)

Sunglass  RAYBAN (similar here and here)
MICHAEL KORS (the bigger version here or here)

Bracelet  BIJOU BRIGITTE

Museum of Art and History at the Custom House which is one of three museums operated by the Key West Art & Historical Society. Exhibits include local history, famous personalities including Ernest Hemingway, maritime history, and works by local artists. A must-see when in Key West.

The world’s largest ballroom dancer.

SHOP MY LOOK:
Bikini  PIMKIE (similar here and here and here)

Sunglass  RAYBAN (similar here and here)
MICHAEL KORS (the bigger version here or here)

Bracelet  BIJOU BRIGITTE

The Southernmost Point is an anchored concrete buoy in Key West, Florida marking one of the extreme points of the United States. The large painted buoy is a tourist attraction established in 1983 by the city at the corner of South Street and Whitehead Street.

Rental Car

Chickens were everywhere on the streets. So cute!

The Ernest Hemingway House is a popular tourist attraction in Key West.

Bye Bye KEY WEST

The Majesty of the Seas docked at 6:00 pm! After dinner we saw an amazing show! This was our last night on the cruise.

In my next USA Trip Blogpost I’ll tell you about the Everglades National Park and Fort Myers. So stay stuned.

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 XOXO Lynda
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