A Mini-moon in Key West

 
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Key West Minimoon - The Hills

Now that it’s finally set in that we are MARRIED and I am now Sarah Hill (still SO weird to type), I wanted to share a few photos from our mini-moon in Key West! Stephen’s mom so graciously gifted us a trip to the Keys to wind down after the wedding/wedding planning craziness and yes, it’s as time-consuming and emotionally overwhelming as everyone says. However after seeing the end result, it is completely WORTH IT.

Keep scrollin’ to see a gallery of our activities and beautiful scenes from paradise.

Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
 

The cutest bed & breakfast that made us feel like family.

Conch House Heritage Inn

Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl

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Key West Honeymoon - Hemingway House

While we steer away from a lot of attractions and ‘tourist’ traps, this is a must. Take the tour!

The Hemingway House

 
 
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Danger Charters - Key West Honeymoon
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl

For a beautiful sailboat charter to a preserved snorkeling key & kayak ride:

Danger Charters

 
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl

A ‘brisk’ 60-70 degrees won’t stop these Floridians from living the island life in November.

Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl

The colors, the greenery, the island attire:

Our Paradise.

Key West Honeymoon - Sarah Heyl
Key West Honeymoon - Blue Heaven
Key West Honeymoon - Blue Heaven

I won’t bore you with a bunch of places we ate, but this one is an absolute MUST.

But, I did talk more about places to eat in this post. ;)

Blue Heaven

 
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There aren’t many beaches in Key West, but if you’re craving some sand and sun:

Smathers Beach

Key West Honeymoon - Cuban Coffee
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