Moon Florida Keys
Including Miami & the Everglades
By Laura Martone
Second Edition, December 2013
Price: $17.99 USD
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World traveler Laura Martone shares the best ways to experience the Florida Keys, from diving the fascinating underwater coral reefs and shipwrecks of Key Largo to hiking and camping in the less touristy Middle Keys. Martone offers unique trip ideas for a variety of travelers, including Historic Architecture, Underwater Journey, and Romantic Key West Getaway. Complete with information on taking trolley tours, swimming with dolphins, and attending festivals like the Key Largo Pirates Fest, Moon Florida Keys gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
What’s inside Moon Florida Keys
Enjoy the very best of Florida Keys with these itineraries:
- The Best of the Florida Keys
- Sun and Sand
- Romantic Key West Getaway
- Get Out! Top Outdoor Adventures
- Underwater Journey
- Historic Architecture
- Animal Attractions
Explore what Florida Keys has to offer.
Recommendations for the top sights, recreation, entertainment, hotels, and food in:
- Miami and the Everglades
- Key Largo
- Marathon and the Middle Keys
- Big Pine and the Lower Keys
- Key West including Dry Tortugas National Park
Fond of both cultural and natural wonders, Laura Martone particularly adores the Florida Keys, which she’s been exploring for decades. She’s snorkeled amid the coral reefs east of Key Largo, watched dragon boat races near Marathon, savored key lime pie on Duval Street, and visited the former haunts of Ernest Hemingway. While she favors outdoorsy places like Bahia Honda State Park, she feels a definite kinship for Key West, a town that’s at once lively and laid-back, where she’s spent many perfect afternoons strolling amid the gingerbread-like Victorian houses and breezy, Caribbean-style bungalows.
A native of New Orleans, Laura has been an avid traveler since childhood. While growing up, she and her mother would often take long road trips to fascinating U.S. landmarks, from Monticello to the Rocky Mountains. After graduating from Northwestern University with a dual degree in English and radio/TV/film, Laura continued to explore America with her husband, Daniel.
When not traveling, Laura operates two film festivals with her husband and divides her time between New Orleans, Los Angeles, and northern Michigan. She’s contributed articles to National Geographic Traveler, MotorHome, Route 66 Magazine, RV Journal, and The Ecotourism Observer. She has also written several other guidebooks, including Moon New Orleans, Moon Michigan, Moon Baja RV Camping, and Moon Metro Los Angeles. For more about Laura’s travels, visit her website at www.wanderingsoles.com.