Wednesday, November 28, 2007

All there is to do in sunny Key West

Located 160 miles south of Miami, Key West, Florida is widely known for it’s magnificent sunsets, extensive offshore fishing, and has been forever immortalized in the songs of Jimmy Buffet. Yet the abundance of activities and history in the southeastern tip of the United States is limitless. Trusted Tours and Attractions invites you to join them in sunny Key West to explore a wonderful destination play land, which was frequented by literary legend, Earnest Hemingway and President Harry S. Truman.
With literally dozens of sightseeing tours available at varying prices and durations, check out Trusted Tours and Attractions’ online newsletter for the latest deals in Key West as well as dozens of other vacation destinations around the country. If you sign up for the newsletter by December 14, 2007 you’ll be automatically entered into a drawing to win 4 free tickets to tours in a city of your choice.
A haven for artists and writers alike, Key West draws millions of visitors a year to this island that is fondly known as the only Caribbean island in the United States. And while the allure of the sea is certainly be huge draw and selling point to the local economy, you’ll want to check out Trusted Tours and Attractions’ website for a listing of a myriad of sightseeing activities ranging from the Key West Aquarium, the first attraction built in the city, to President Truman’s “Little White House.”