La Te Da in Duval Street. I love what I do. Bobby's Monkey Bar in Old Town. Its embrace of diversity and willingness to set itself apart from the Florida mainland goes back to its origins as a haven for an eclectic blend of Native Americans, Spanish, freed slaves, seafarers including piratesqueers, and creatives. Duval Beach Club is a great area for a quick bite, a fantastic view and an afternoon suntan. Gay TravelTravelLgbt.
I love the beaches of Key West.
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Explore the hidden world of the ocean at night, with an illuminated paddleboard or clear-bottom kayak excursion where LED lights allows you a unique glimpse of creatures that only come out at night. A drive down Duval Street is otherworldly. Gay bartenders, artists, designers, authors, actors, lawyers, architects, hairdressers, waiters, doctors, and everyone else clamber across each other to get down to this tiny island down at the end of the Florida Keys. It has become a tradition of mine to buy a new pair of sandals at the start of my keys vacation. I love the smell in the air.
I am trying to regain feeling in my frozen toes and pretend I am in an air-conditioned office somewhere in sunny Florida. Proudly promoting Key West since To say Key West is gay friendly is an understatement. The area features some cute gift shops, several restaurants, watersports and entertainment. La Te Da in Duval Street. Tropical Gay Mecca A long-standing queer destination as well as an historic and culturally rich town, Key West was the first American city to actively and openly recruit gay tourists.