You learn quickly that pedestrians need to be careful in Key West even if they imagine they surely are protected on marked pedestrian crossings. The streets are full of rented bicycles, scooters and motorbikes, golf carts, and even automobiles—some old enough to look as if they’ve just arrived from Cuba. The one-way streets don’t make driving easy, even for the locals, and a walk around town shows some cars have been retired as art exhibits.

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