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Are 3 days in Key West enough?

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My friends and I are looking for a long weekend break from NYC and were thinking of heading down to Fort Lauderdale and driving on to Key West (not exploring Ft L). We would leave NY on Wed night and head to KW Thursday morning, returning on an evening flight Sunday night. It's a first visit for all of us and we just want to be able to chill, hang out and eat good food.. Can anyone advise if it's worth the trip for 3 full days in Key West? I am assuming it will take at least half a day to get back to Ft L to catch the return flight so am not factoring Sunday into our plans; I expect we will just have time to have a nice brunch/lunch and start driving!

Also, can anyone recommend things to do there? We're late 20's/early 30's and are not big party animals, but enjoy having some drinks and definitely need good food.. Thanks!

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