Art_Deco said The shower is huge, though, you could get 4 guys in there at once.
Supposition? or First Hand Knowledge? LOL
Entirely supposition, at least with this shower, but I'm not without similar experiences elsewhere, to know what will fit in a shower.
And not just fit -- at 4' x 6' in size 4 guys could comfortably all be taking an actual shower.
But every shower I've ever encountered in a Key West guest house could handle at least 2 people, or often more, like this one. And as the virtual tour of the room shows, this one has a glass block wall, but no shower door. I've also encountered that design here before, again something you can do with a larger shower space.
At the moment, though, we seem to be the only gay men here. There appears to be a lesbian trio at the pool all the time, I don't think they've seen anything of Key West itself, all the rest being straight couples. The co-owned guest house 2 doors down seems to cater to them, but they have use of the pool here, along with breakfast & happy hour.
There were also 3 elderly ladies who departed today (elderly meaning our ages), and we befriended them during happy hour, when all the tables were taken, but some empty chairs at their table for 6. Defying my ordinary social shyness with strangers I asked if we could share their table, and they eagerly accepted.
Turns out they're straight, friends from college days, now retired teachers living in all different parts of the US, one as far away as Alaska. Once a year they leave their husbands at home and get together for a shared trip. This was their first time in KW, and we were delighted to share what we know with them. We didn't specifically announce it but they quickly perceived we're a gay couple, which didn't seem to throw a damper on things. They must have seen the big rainbow flag flying outside this place.
We had a final breakfast here with them this morning before their departure. What wonderful conversations we had! I hope my partner & I were good ambassadors for gay men. Sometimes actions PLUS friendly words speak louder than demonstrations & marches.
We still like to be surrounded by other gay men, but like me, my partner will thrive wherever he is planted. We're here to have a good time -- why should we make ourselves miserable over issues of who's coming to happy hour?
Speaking of a good time, we also confirmed today the schedule and our role for the auction and presentation tonight. That's why we arranged these dates for this gift stay here, to coincide with that event, and will now bring our HIV/AIDS bicycle back home. I just want to try to also do a nice restaurant first, since it'll be too late afterwards. But first a light lunch, as soon as hubby finishes his nap...