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where to stay in key west

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as i live almost on the north pole I would like to go somewhere warm with my 2 year old daughter. I am sot sure if key west is the best place to go with a child, but as i understand, it is the warmest place in december in the US. So, do you have any recommendations as to where to stay? I would like it to be not expensive (max 100USD per night), child-friendly... I would prefer a small family-run bed and breakfast or something similar, but I am not sure if they are to be found in that area. It doesn't have to be real close to the "action" as I just want a cosy vacation with my baby, rather than crowdy cafes and restaurants...
Or do you recommend some other place in the US that is also warm in Dec (which i doubt :)
I have been considering the Carrebean, but in the US I feel safer, as the health care seems closer and more secure (because of the baby)...
Thank you so much for your answers!

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