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2009 Spyders In Paradise Photo Gallery

Touring Florida's Atlantic Coast on a 2009 Can-Am Spyder is a great way to enjoy the State's beautiful weather and standout in the festive coastal communities. Read more about our grouper sandwich and rum runner fueled adventures Touring Florida in 2009 Can-Am Spyders.

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Daytona International Speedway is an eerily desolate place when it's not Bike Week. Puncturing the silence with burning rubber made both of us feel more at home.
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When a new bartender discovered the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar had a surplus of blackberry brandy, banana liqueur, and light rum he mixed them up to create the first rum runner. Named for Florida's rum smugglers, such as Captain McCoy, whose rum was known as The Real McCoy amongst a slew of impostors.
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The Best Western Aku Tiki Inn is right next to the beach, has modern rooms, and offers a great happy hour, what more could you ask for? A monolithic stone head of course!
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Cabana's version of Paella Valenciana replaces the traditionally used snails with chorizo, a spicy pork sausage .
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You can spend a solid six to eight hours exploring Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center. You might tack on some more time if you're riding a Spyder, as it seems to spark an explosion of interest from all the budding rocket scientists.
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Who in their right mind would actually entice an alligator?
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Craig's Restaurant serves up a fine grouper sandwich.
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The Dolphin Research Center offers visitors the opportunity to swim with dolphins.
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Bombardier Recreational Products reinvented the jet ski and snowmobile through their Ski-Doo line. Now their Can-Am division brings us what they call a Roadster and we rechristened as a Sun Chariot.
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Islamorada Key is known for its sports fishing.
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These shores inspired poet Wallace Stevens to pen The Idea of Order at Key West. The vast beauty of the sea also stirred us to snap some photos, but with a couple Can-Am Spyders on hand we weren't wasting our time scribbling poetry.
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At the Hogs Breath Saloon you can grab a great sandwich, catch a little live music, and tap into the communal festivities that are constantly brewing.
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Sloppy Joe's was Ernest Hemmingway's favorite Key West hangout when it opened on the day prohibition ended. With a simple, rugged character it is easy to see why.
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Mallory Square is where all the cruise ships drop off their passengers for a day of shopping and dining.
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The last hotel on the tip of the Key is the Pier House, a high-end resort right on the waterfront with elegant restaurants and both hot and cold running maids.
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The Blond Giraffe's Key lime pie has been rated at the 'Best Key Lime Pie' by essentially every agency that has thought of ranking Key lime pies.
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Plop a circus in the middle of a spring break mecca and you would end up with a scene similar to Duval Street on any given night.
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It's worth a visit to check out this landmark at the east end of Duval Street. Key West is the southernmost city in the 48 contiguous states.
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On a Can-Am Spyder you have to take advantage of the few moments when people are not swarming to ask questions about the radical new machine.
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Weather permitting, the best attractions are free to all.