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April 21, 2005
I stayed in a two-bedroom, two-bath condo. It had one guest room and a master bedroom, with the master room coupled with a Jacuzzi and a separated shower. An ottoman was placed at the end of the king-size bed. The curtains are translucent chalk-white fabric used as the fun layers, and drop-down, mat-like drapes block out the natural light. The kitchen was well-furnished with ample wooden cabinets and laid with varnished tiles. Next to the kitchen was a spacious and posh living room painted in a soothing green, with plush couches and a dozen of cuddlesome cushions tossed on it. The dining table was made of mahogany woods, with a chrome-like chandelier hung over it. There was a long hallway leading to a marbled floor balcony; a round, glassy table was placed in the middle with two rocking chairs. There was a view of the pools and ocean. Also, there was a telescope on the balcony to watch the sky on starry nights. It was a perfect personal retreat and a great place to relax. The stay at Hyatt was just simply perfect.
From journal Key West the reviving place
March 6, 2004
From journal Key West Valentine