A description of Eating prices would be nice. I would add it, but I'm not sure what is considered a budget and what is considered Splurge. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs) 13:35, 16 March 2006 (EDT)
While I agree that, that photo is not the best in the world, it does reflect the common tale, told thoughout the cemetary. If you have a dislike for it, please discuss it here and refrain from deleting any photo's on Wikitravel, without discussion 2old 11:59, 1 October 2007 (EDT)
So, I'm pretty sure that the US Border Patrol's checkpoint has been gone since shoftly after the island's secession, but I am not totally sure on this one, since I have never actually driven into Key West, just arrived by cruise ship. Some quick GoogleFu and reading shows no indicator that the check point still exists. This from the Conch Republic's website:
Thus, the plucky little Conch Republic was born. Amazingly, the United States government, although they immediately removed the roadblock, never bothered to react to the secession. They never sent even the littlest letter informing the Mayor that they objected to the secession, or "...while this was quite funny, you must realize you cannot be a real country..." Nothing, zip, zero, nothing by way of response...
Anything that is illegal at Fantasy Fest is illegal nationwide under Federal law!
And one thing that infuriates me is when editors take down such warnings about it. Nudity/lewd conduct are illegal within the Fantasy Zone at Fantasy Fest, therefore nudity/lewd conduct are illegal under Federal law! For instance, it is technically illegal for a woman to be topless outdoors within the Fantasy zone, therefore it is illegal under Federal law for a woman to be topless on the street in the United States of America, including but not limited to New York City, Key West, New Orleans, Lake Havasu, San Diego, Miami, everywhere. I saw a police officer at the 2016 Fantasy Fest order a topless woman to cover up. That means it's a Federal crime for a woman to be topless in public, including both in Key West and New York City.
I am seriously disappointed in the deletions of Alphaj's warnings on this and other pages about the Federal/nationwide illegality of nudity and lewd conduct. The lack of warnings is what gets thousands of people every day in America arrested and imprisoned, sometimes even for the rest of their whole lives. Gaunter (talk) 18:03, 4 November 2016 (EDT)