We're on island time for this episode. We learn about the Key's treasure hunting history at the Mel Fisher Museum. Then we'll explore Fort Jefferson, an isolated fort in the Gulf of Mexico that defended the islands. American literature enthusiasts will enjoy a look at Ernest Hemingway's Key West home, where some of his most famous works were penned.
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