The US president loves the "Little White House" on the island,
loves Key West, not only Hemingway, but also Truman - during his presidency, he spent 11 working holidays in this small town, adding up There are nearly half a year.
Truman called Washington's White House "the big white prison", but he liked the "Little White House" that Key West could relax.
plus Truman, there are 7 presidents including Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Clinton who have stayed here and used the "Little White House" as the venue for the presidential palace and summit meeting.
The function of the "Little White House" is no longer there, but it still maintains the scene of President Truman's life.
Key Largo goes to the sea for a slow time, the ecology is good enough to make people
Key Largo is a diving paradise in the United States, all over the street are dive shops, even if there is no water, there is fun. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is the only underwater ecological reserve in the United States. It sits on a glass bottom boat and looks out at the colorful seas in the sun, underwater turtles, fish and corals. The sky is changing clouds and the various waterfowl that fly through, as well as the lizards that pull the wind in the mangroves... The ecological and natural environment is not too good. This sea area is called the underwater Colorado Grand Canyon. There is also a huge image of Christ with open arms on the bottom of the sea. I look forward to diving next time to punch cards.
Pigeon Island hides the Fortune Code of the Florida Keys
The New Seven Mile Bridge, which appeared in Schwarzeneggers True Lies, connects the southernmost tip of the US Key West.
The old bridge parallel to it was a train bridge built at the beginning of the last century. Later, because it was destroyed by the hurricane and the capacity of the road was enough, it was abandoned as a trail for tourists to walk and fish.
Pigeon Key under the railway bridge is a lively home where hundreds of workers lived a hundred years ago. Nowadays, there are only a few workers who have maintained the bridge, and several history scattered on the island. In the ruins of the building, the legendary and lively historical story is recorded in kind and old photographs.
In addition to the "abdominal muscles" of the little turtles, there is something in the turtle hospital.
The Marathon Hospital of Key Marathon has largely subverted my imagination. On the one hand, it is professional - strict The zoning and advanced operating room, and even three ambulances, we watched an operation here, the doctor made a special trip from other states to the "flying knife" of the turtle in Figure 9; on the other hand, the turtle would be because of humans. The behavior suffers from so many injuries - in addition to ship collisions, fishing gear entanglement, foreign matter ingestion, and environmental pollution.
The Turtle Hospital has successfully treated and released more than 1,500 injured or sick turtles since its establishment 33 years ago. The leftmost old man in Figure 5 is Richie Moretti, the founder of the non-profit organization. When we asked about the establishment of the Turtle Hospital, he replied with a chest in his answer, "for the sake of my heart"...
Hemingway's favorite bar, perhaps not one of
Sloppy Joe's Bar, this white house is probably the most visited bar in Hemingway, in the international travel brochure sentence - I didn't go to Key West if I didn't go to Sloppy Joe's for a Papa Doubles.
8.75 A cup of yum, Daiquiri made with rum, lemon juice and grapefruit, is said to be the favorite wine of Hemingway, so the name on the wine list is "Papa Doubles".
is only 90 miles away from Key West, across the sea from Cuba, and other taverns that Hemingway used to hang in, all of which are quite refreshing and soft, seemingly totally incompatible with Hemingway. Nuclear style cocktails.
Hemingway has been fishing for the sea from Sloppy Joes boss before buying his own boat. He is also here, married the blonde war correspondent and writer Martha Gellhorn, and has no suspense to have an extramarital affair, Martha became his third wife.
Hemingway also moved out of Key West - after all, the house was bought by his then wife, Pauline's uncle, to start life in Cuba.
Located in the south of Miami, Key West can travel through the most beautiful coastline. Arrive at Key West and stroll around Duval Street and take a photo with the Southernmost Point Buoy, and head to Mallory Square for a spectacular view at sunset. Go to the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum to learn about the life of the master and greet the six-toed cat. After leaving the former residence, choose a water project operating company to experience paragliding and other projects or return to Miami by car.
Southernmost Point Buoy
, the southernmost point of the United States, is known as the End of the World and is only 90 miles from Cuba. It is the most famous landmark
Hemingway House and Museum in Key West, and you will not only further Know the life and works of the master, and you will also see the famous six-toed cat.
Key West Lighthouse & Keeper's Quarters