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Sunset Elopment Package in Islamorada $2989

Casa Morada - Florida Keys, USA

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Sunset Elopement Package for up to 10 guests (available daily) 

  • Honeymoon Suite for two nights
  • Continental Breakfast delivered to your suite every morning
  • Sunset Ceremony performed at water's edge for up to 10 guests
  • Bridal Bouquet and Boutonniere
  • Photographer
  • Photo DVD of images and a private website to share with your family and friends
  • Champagne Toast & Fruit & Cheese platter after ceremony for up to 10 people
  • Turn down service with candles and rose petals
  • Wedding cake for 2

*Other packages available upon request

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  • Currencies
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    US Dollar

  • Food
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    Breakfast and Lunch Menu available in the rooms or on the Waterside Terrace. Local restaurants and bars like the Green Turtle Inn, Kaiyo Grill, Shula Burger are located nearby.

  • How To Get There
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    Casa Morada is a 90 minute drive from Miami International Airport and 90 minutes from Key West. Guests of Casa Morada may also arrive to the hotel by boat. .

  • Language
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    English, Spanish, French

  • Nearest Major City
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    Miami about 90 minutes away. You can also drive or boat to Key West which is about 2 hours away.

  • Nightlife
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    Nightlife in the Upper Keys tends to start before the sun goes down, often at noon, as most people -- visitors and locals alike -- are on vacation. Also, many anglers and sports-minded folk go to bed early. Hog Heaven, MM 85.3, just off the main road on the ocean side, Islamorada (tel. 305/664-9669), opened in the early 1990s, the joint venture of young locals tired of tourist traps. This whitewashed biker bar is a welcome respite from the neon-colored cocktail circuit. It has a waterside view and diversions such as big-screen TVs and video games. The food isn't bad, either. The atmosphere is cliquish because most patrons are regulars, so start up a game of pool to break the ice. Open daily from 11am to 4am. No trip to the Keys is complete without a stop at the Tiki Bar at the Holiday Isle Resort, U.S. 1 at MM 84, Islamorada (tel. 305/664-2321). Hundreds of revelers visit this ocean-side spot for drinks and dancing at any time of day, but the live rock starts at 8:30pm. The thatched-roof Tiki Bar draws a mix of thirsty people, all in pursuit of a good time. In the afternoon and early evening (when everyone is either sunburned, drunk, or just happy to be dancing to live reggae), head for Kokomo's, next door. It often closes at 7:30pm on weekends (5:30pm on weekdays), so arrive early. For information, call the Holiday Isle Resort. Rumor has it that greedy developers are going to raze the Tiki Bar to make way for million-dollar condos, but loyal boozehounds are raising hell over it, and some are even trying to have the Tiki Bar declared a Florida landmark! Stay tuned. Locals and tourists mingle at the outdoor cabana bar at Lorelei. Most evenings after 5pm, you'll find local bands playing on a thatched-roof stage -- mainly rock or reggae, and sometimes blues. Woody's Saloon and Restaurant, U.S. 1 at MM 82, Islamorada (tel. 305/664-4335), is a lively, wacky, loud, raunchy, local legend of a place serving up mediocre pizzas, buck-naked strippers, and live bands almost every night. The house band, Big Dick and the Extenders, showcases a 300-pound Native American who does a lewd, rude, and crude routine of politically incorrect jokes and songs starting at 9pm Tuesday through Sunday. He is a legend. By the way, don't think you're lucky if you're offered the front table: It's the target seat for Big Dick's haranguing. Avoid the lame karaoke performance on Sunday and Monday evenings. There's a small cover on most nights. Drink specials, contests, and the legendary Big Dick keep this place packed until 4am almost every night. Note: This place is not for the faint of heart, but more for those from the Howard Stern school of nightlife. For a more subdued atmosphere, try the handsome stained-glass and mahogany-wood bar and club at Zane Grey's, on the second floor of World Wide Sportsman, MM 81.5 (tel. 305/664-4244). Outside, enjoy a view of the calm waters of the bay; inside, soak up the history of real longtime anglers. It's open from 11am to at

  • Recommended Packing
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    For all trips: • Binoculars • Camera or video camera with case for protection against humidity and rain • Plenty of film • Sun block lotion • Sunglasses with a strap • Swimming trunks • Broad-brimmed hat or cap • Insect repellent • Personal toiletries and medications • Photocopy of your passport • Reading material

  • See + Do
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    Scuba Diving, Snorkeling Skydiving, Fishing, Kayaking,Swimming with dolphins at the Theater of the Sea or the Dolphin Research Center, Tour of the Florida Everglades. Islamorada provides visitors with an endless supply of Florida sport fishing challenges. Whether you want to fight a sailfish offshore or pursue tarpon, permit, bonefish and redfish on the flats and backcountry of Florida Bay and Everglades National Park, Islamorada fishing guides and captains are ready to put you on the action. Feeding the tarpon at Robbie's Pier,Full Moon Party at Morada Bay.

  • Time Zone
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    Eastern Standard Time

  • visa and legal info
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    Non US Citizens or residents must have tourist visas to enter the United States.

  • Weather
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    The lower Florida Keys have to be one of the sunniest and warmest places in the United States year round. Our climate in the winter maintains at around 75-80 degrees with warmer days mixed in. The weather is almost perfect every day here with passing showers that really don't last all day long like the fronts experienced up north.The Florida Keys are situated within the subtropical region of the Western hemisphere. Because of its proximity to the Gulf Stream and the Gulf of Mexico, the Keys have a mild tropical-maritime climate where the average summer and winter temperatures rarely differ more than 10 degrees.

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