Key West Sights and Bites

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#1
Bluffton, South Carolina
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Joined Jun 2010
Has any one done this tour in Key West? Offered by Carnival. I can't find any reviews.
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#3
South Carolina
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Joined Dec 2001
It's very easy to walk around Key West on-your-own.
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#4
CT
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Joined Apr 2014
echo the above - unless you really want the group aspect, you can get to all those places on foot for free, then spend as little (or much) as you want when you get there.
#5
Charlotte, NC
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Joined Jan 2007
The only reason I can see doing this excursion is for the narration part - although you probably get just as good from any of the drivers on OTT
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#6
290 Posts
Joined Jan 2011
At $35 a person, this seems crazy to me. Tasting Peppers hot sauces is free to anyone who goes in the store. A slice of pie or frozen pie on a stick from Kermit’s is about $5.

You are basically paying $30 a person to walk around a few blocks and point out a couple sites on any tourist map that are, frankly, not that interesting. Take a trolley tour or just walk around on your own. Here is a link to a self guided walking tour if you’re interested in our island’s history instead of a country singers home: http://oirf.org/page.php?p=pelican